CATA Sees Design Changes
After twenty years, the CATA buses have been rebranded. CATA’s 20-year-old and arguably very ugly logo has been replaced by a much-improved emblem.
CATA’s website is another stylish element that features a few useful tools.
The entire site is navigable from the toolbar featured above. The first tool is a listing of all of the buses provided by CATA (located on the left). Each link provides an elaborate timetable for each of the CATA buses. If that’s not enough, CATA’s site even maps it out for you.
This tool, the CATA bus locator, allows you to pick from any of the buses, view a map of its route, locate all of its stops, and find out the estimated time of each bus’s arrival. These tools, along with rider alerts and how-to videos make it near impossible to be in the dark about CATA’s system.
We think rather highly of CATA moving up in the world with its site and its beautiful new logo. What about you?
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