On the earlier part of May, a lot of consumers did register for the good facility that concerns about their travel. The said service will let the customers receive an electronic messages or a text message about the matters that can affect their travel.
The Burlington County Bridge Commission supported the service. The service already reached 3,356 devices in which consumers that have signed up for the service received some alerts concerning the schedule of bridge openings of the Tacony-Palmyra and Burlington-Bristol bridges. The service also notifies their customers about the traffic issues.
The service was a great success and one thing to prove that is the feedback coming from a lot of motorist who appreciate the said facility. Most motorists stated that they are very thankful that they have provided such service like that.
The customers do have an option if what bridge do they want to be knowledgeable of. It can be the issues about Burlington-Bristol Bridge or the Tacony-Palmyra Bridge, or both bridges.
If most messages are issues related about bridge openings, some notifications can also be about the traffic matters, construction works at the roads, or some vehicular accidents that can upset their travel journey.
The service is cost free. It does not require the customer and the Bridge Commission to pay any amount. On the other hand, it may still depend on the mobile phone’s carrier. Some carrier entails costs for text messages but the Bridge Commission did not impose a charge for every message.
For those people who are interested and wanted to sign up for the service, you can visit their website (www.nixle.com) and register there. On the other hand, if it is more convenient more you to just send a text message, you can do that by typing “TACPAL” and send it to 888-777 for you to be able to receive such alerts about the Tacony-Palmyra Bridge. If you opt to get alarms about the Burlington-Bristol Bridge, you just have to send “BBBB” to 888-777.
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