Twitter and Pownce are popular free services for friends to communicate by posting quick, one-sentence updates using the web or a mobile device.
Our username is “commuter.” This is how we find your updates.Please note: replies to @commuter will be publicly published on Commuter Feed, even if you're keeping your Twitter updates private. This allows people to use Commuter Feed even when they send updates to friends only.
Know the code of your local airport? That's how we find you. Find it now.
Use the following format when you post a Twitter or Pownce update to report an incident:
That's:@commuter(SPACE) citycode(SPACE) incident.Please note: Commuter Feed posts recent updates once every 2 minutes. Please be patient, your update may not be visible for up to 5 minutes. Make sure to remember your city code, or your update will not show up at all! For Pownce, updates must be sent to "the public".
Make sure to bookmark your local Commuter Feed page to have quick access to the latest incidents and reports from your area.
Commuter Feed is a free service that lets you see reports on traffic incidents in your local area using Twitter and Pownce.
Commuter Feed works for any city that has an IATA airport code worldwide. New York, Portland, London, Tokyo. You can post for anywhere.