So years later, what's the final verdict on the impact of that? At the time it seemed like little more than window dressing drawn up to try and appease the constituency that was angry over losing the Red Line. Any indications the incoming governor wants to make changes, or even try to revive the Red Line?
It was really just a rebranding. I remember the changes caused some people to get angry when they first went into effect but overall it seems a lot like it was before.
I just downloaded the Charm Pass. Basically an app to buy tickets on your phone but that's all it does. No schedules, no maps, no GPS, no "next bus will arrive in 4 minutes". Any route help takes you to a page to download a separate transit app. Ugh.