Recently, we announced a new partnership with Transport for NSW on a new, Australian-first service to automatically alert customers on Twitter about delays or disruptions while travelling on the suburban and intercity train network in NSW. Today, we’re excited to announce that this service is now live.
Twitter is already used by thousands of commuters every day. Today, we’re announcing a new partnership with Transport for NSW to pilot a new, Australian-first service that will automatically alert customers about delays or disruptions while travelling on the suburban and intercity train network in NSW.
The public pilot launching in December is the latest in a series of services and features that make Twitter more useful for businesses and their customers.
Twitter is the best place to catch up on what’s happening, and thanks to a new partnership with @ESPNIndia we’ve launched #TwitterPostBox to make it easier than ever for fans to get the news of the day from their favourite sport in an instant.
If you’ve checked your Direct Messages today, you may have noticed that something’s missing: the limitation of 140 characters. You can now chat on (and on) in a single Direct Message, and likely still have some characters left over.