Cibercuba reports that a mobile application for collective transportation in the capital—called HabanaTrans—was created by a young Cuban computer scientist, who prefers to remain anonymous. At the moment, says the report, it is still in an experimental phase.
Downloading the app has gone viral in a city where a large percentage of its inhabitants have to deal daily with public transport.
The app, which can be downloaded from this link, gives guidance to the customer, according to the route that she/he wants to make—with its corresponding connections.
For now, the application, although in Cuba connectivity is very limited—is more an advantage than a disadvantage and continues to work with a pre-installed database, with schedules, telephone numbers and other facilities. [. . .]
For original article (in Spanish), see https://www.cibercuba.com/noticias/2017-02-01-u146802-crean-aplicacion-transporte-colectivo-capital