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La aplicación es accecible GRATUITAMENTE en Google Play. Su contenido textual en su extensión completa será disponible inmediatamente tras descargar y activar la aplicación en su dispositivo.
¿Se va usted de vacaciones o por motivos de trabajo al extranjero y no conoce usted la lengua local? En el país extranjero se mueve usted en un ambiente desconocido pero, a pesar de esto, tiene que ir de tiendas, comer en un restaurante, alojarse en algún sitio, alquilar un coche o salir de fiesta por la noche. Justamente por eso, el Diccionario de viaje es una ayuda imprescindible en todos los países cuyas lenguas usted no domina. Además, usted va a alegrar a los nativos si, por lo menos, trata de comunicarse con ellos en su propia lengua materna.
La verdad es que puede usted comunicarse en inglés en 89 países, en alemán en 10 y en italiano en casi 7, pero este Diccionario de viaje le ayuda a comunicarse prácticamente por todas las partes del mundo.
Con la colección completa del Diccionario de viaje que contiene 22 lenguas se comunica usted en, más o menos, 215 países (véase http://www.smart-phrase.com/uso-diccionario-de-viaje-paises). Ya no necesita usted ningunos manuales ni diccionarios.
Cada diccionario de viaje está dividida en 31 temas, necesarios tanto al viajar como en la vida común (e.g. saludos y presentaciones, tiempo, transporte público, alimentación, alojamiento, banco).
Los temas particulares contienen oraciones (frases o vocablos) que han preparado los nativos. La amplitud de los temas incluídos abarca las situaciones más comunes que le pueden pasar al viajar. Estas oraciones las puede usted no sólo leer sino, sobre todo, escuchar. Así que le será muy fácil aprender a pronunciar bien. A menos que no se atreva a hablar bastará con reproducir la oración en voz alta y la aplicación “hablará” por usted.
Después de comprar las lenguas particulares por separado o las colecciones enteras, cuyo precio es más ventajoso, las frases van a estar preparadas para ser descargarlas a su dispositivo. Luego no hay porqué estar online- las frases estarán siempre a su disposición. Los diccionarios de viaje componentes difieren entre sí a veces, porque tienen en cuenta las particularidades de cada país (geográficas, gastronómicas, culturales, etc.).
En todas las lenguas usted puede encontrarse estos 31 temas:
* EXPRESIONES GENERALES
* SALUDOS Y PRESENTACIÓN
* PREGUNTAS DE LA VIDA COTIDIANA
* HOTEL, ALOJAMIENTO
* PESCADOS Y MARISCOS
* VERDURAS Y ENSALADAS
* FRUTAS Y POSTRES
* VIAJE EN TREN
* VIAJE EN AVIÓN
* VIAJE EN BARCO
* TRANSPORTE PÚBLICO
* ALQUILER DE COCHES
* VISITA A MONUMENTOS
* OCIO Y CULTURA
* TIENDAS Y SERVICIOS
* FECHA, HORA Y TIEMPO
Cada una de estas guías contiene más o menos:
* 600 oraciones (congruente con una serie específica de la lengua)
* 30 minutos de las pistas de audio
* 770 palabras únicas (vocabulario)
Para obtener más información por favor no dude en visitar el sitio del producto en www.smart-phrase.com.
Si usted desea expresar algo a nosotros, por favor, envíe un mensaje a nuestro soporte técnico directamente desde la aplicación, es la única manera en la que somos capaces de responder.
This is how it works: The app guides you to the nearest tram stop and selects a suitable route and departure. Once you get on, the sightseeing begins. All tours go along a preset route and take less than an hour. You get all the information read to you in your headphones. All you have to do is sit down and look out the window. (And change tram when the voice tells you to, of course ...). All tours end at the same stop they start from.
- A voice tells you about the sights that pass outside the tram window.
- You get clear instructions about what tram you should get on and change to.
- If you don’t have a ticket, the app can help with this too. Firstly, by informing you about suitable tickets, partly by guiding you to the nearest ticket seller.
- After the tour you can share your experience on Facebook.
- The app speaks both Swedish and English.
Have a great trip!
Note: If you are having issues with location detection please ensure you have Google Play Services installed.
Allows you to find the trains times for any Metro train service. Detects your location and displays the upcoming trains at your nearest station. Full features list below.
- Shows upcoming trains with platform numbers for your nearest or selected station
- Filter the display based on train line and direction
- Add stations to your favourites for quicker station selection and also quick views of when the train will arrive.
- Heaps of customizing settings available including 'Home Lines' which will automatically filter the display to those lines when the app starts up.
- Search for trains at any time of day and between up to 2 train lines at a time. Perform a long press on any result to set yourself a reminder.
- Click on the spinner button (on the right) any train from the main screen to set a reminder or inform other users of a train delay.
- Receive proximity notifications when you are near a station marked as your favourite. This will alert you about when you next train is and how long till it leaves.
You can now buy the premium edition of Train Trapper as an in-app purchase. The following features are included with the premium edition:
- No ads!
- The Train Trapper widget! You can now get your latest train time information right on your home screen.
The premium edition is given automatically to anyone who donated $3 or $5 through in-app purchases or the donate version which was taken off the market. If you purchased the donate version, you will need to re-install the Donate version of the app (unless you happen to still have it on your phone of course) to receive the free update.
If you enjoy using Train Trapper and want to get involved in making it even better, you can join the Beta program on Google Plus! Just search for the 'Train Trapper Beta' community on G+ or go to the Train Trapper website and follow the links.
App is always being updated with more features and enhancements to make getting around on Melbourne trains just that little bit less painful.
This application needs real time downloading which will cause network data usage. If you do not want any data usage, please download and install other off-line version following the link below:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.eng_HKTramtrail （English off-line version）
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.HKTramtrail_can （Cantonese off-line version ）
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.put_HKTramtrail （ Putonghua off-line version ）
Lille is situated in the north of France near the Belgian border and actually right between Paris, London and Brussels. Although the city itself is not too large (210,000 inh.), the entire metropolitan area (CUDL - Communauté Urbaine de Lille) is the fourth biggest conurbation in France with some 1.2 million inhabitants.
Lille is synonymous for a new generation of metro systems, a kind of small profile light railway operated automatically, the so-called VAL system (short for Véhicule automatique léger). After trials were carried out by MATRA during the early 1970's, the CUDL decided in 1974 to build 4 VAL lines in the metropolitan area. Construction started in 1978 and the first line was inaugurated on 25 April 1983 between 4 Cantons and République. One year later, on 2 May 1984 the entire Line 1 opened (13.5 km long, 8.5 km underground). It links C.H.R. B Calmette in Lille to 4 Cantons in Villeneuve d'Ascq via Gare Lille Flandres (Central Station). All stations have platform edge doors to separate the platform from the train.
Line 2 opened on 3 April 1989, initially called Ligne 1bis, between St. Philibert and Gares, later renamed Gare Lille Flandres (15.5 km, 7 km underground). In 1994, there was a 1-station extension to the new TGV station Gare Lille Europe, and in 1995 the line reached Fort de Mons. On 18 Aug. 1999, Line 2 was extended to Tourcoing-Centre (12.5 km - 16 stations) and it reached C.H. Dron near the Belgian border on 27 Oct. 2000 (3.6 km). The entire Line 2 is now 32 km long with 43 stations.
Trains are only 2 m wide and 26 m long (two coupled cars) and run on rubber tyres. One unit can carry 156 passengers. Possible minimum headway is 60 seconds. Platforms on Line 1 are only 26 m long (although most stations are prepared to be extended to 52 m), but on Line 2 they were built 52 m long, long enough for two units. Stations are fully accessible for the disabled.
The Lille-Roubaix-Tourcoing tram, also called Mongy (name of its creator), mainly runs along 3 large avenues, which opened the same year (1909), it runs separate from other road traffic. The current trains are made of 4 cars, they were designed by Pininfarina and built by Breda. The tram runs underground at Gare Lille-Flandres, Gare Lille-Europe, St Maur and Clemenceau-Hippodrome stations.
- network length: 18.6 km, 36 stops
- 1000 mm gauge
- 2 lines
Algiers (al Jaza'ir or al Djazair; French Alger), the capital of Algeria, has some 3.5 million inhabitants. Algiers is an important seaport on the Mediterranean Sea, 425 km from Valencia or 750 km from Marseille.
The construcion of the Algiers Metro was first launched in 1980, but suffered many delays and temporary suspensions. In 2006, it was relaunched with construction awarded to the Siemens-led consortium that includes Construcciones y Auxiliar de Ferrocarriles S.A. (CAF) and Vinci Construction. As consortium leader Siemens Transportation Systems France was responsible for the overall project management, the control and signaling systems, telecommunications, power supply, ticketing, tracks and control center equipment. The Spanish company CAF supplied the 14 metro trains, each of which consists of six cars. The French company Vinci Construction Grand Projets built the metro stations, installed the tunnel ventilation and erected the administration building and depot. The first section of the metro line in Algiers runs mainly underground, is 9.5 km long and has ten stations. The depot is located south of Haï El Badr station.
After some weeks of trial operation without passengers since 8 Sept 2011, Line 1 finally began regular service on 1 November 2011. It is operated by RATP El Djazaïr, a subsidiary of Régie Autonome des Transports Parisiens (RATP).
Extensions at both ends have been started. Eventually a 3-line network is planned.
31 Oct 2011: Official inauguration
01 Nov 2011: Start of regular revenue service Tafourah (Grande Poste) - Haï El Badr
- 08 May 2011 “Bananiers – H Moukhtar Zerhouni - Lycée” to “Bordj El kiffan - Colline Mohous” (7.2 km)
- 14 June 2012 “Bananiers – H Moukhtar Zerhouni - Lycée” - "Les Fusillés" (9.1 km)
- eastern 7 km extension from Bordj El Kiffan to Dergana scheduled to open in 2013, bringing the total length of the line to 23.3 km
Rolling stock: 41 Alstom Citadis (40 m)
Are you planning a holiday in Melbourne, Australia ?
Travel like a local with the FREE Melbourne Holiday App
All at your finger tips:
Things to do
“What to do in Melbourne” videos
Current Weather & Forecast
Dynamic Transport Timetables, including Bus, Trains & Trams
Twitter & Facebook Integration
Best Attractions: sights, shops, restaurants, nightlife (bars and clubs) and museums
Travel Info & Tips
Safe Travelling & Getting Around Sydney
Bar Code Scanner
Requirements: Android 2.2 +, Internet Connection
Get real time notification from Victoria Alert (VIC Alert).
Weather, Victoria Bush Fire, Traffic, Health, Air Quality, UV Index, Police, Park, Earthquake and Product recall Alerts all in one package for Victoria residents.
1. Try to use the widget function. You can choose which category you want to read.
2. Use search function to locate your regional alert
3. Change sync, message store, notification setting to fit your preference.
4. Warning! The app could consume up to 1GB data in one month if use map function frequently. However, normal use (with setting background sync every 12 hours and sync image only in Wifi ) consumes much less data.
Cover for Melbourne, Geelong, Ballarat, Bendigo, Shepparton-Mooroopna, Melton, Mildura, Sunbury, Wodonga, Warrnambool, Traralgon, Pakenham, Wangaratta, Moe-Yallourn, Ocean Grove-Barwon Heads, Horsham, Morwell, Sale, Bacchus Marsh, Echuca, Warragul, Bairnsdale, Colac, Lara, Drysdale-Clifton Springs, Torquay, Portland, Swan Hill, Hamilton, Benalla, Leopold, Maryborough, Healesville, Castlemaine, Ararat, Drouin, Wonthaggi, Gisborne, Seymour, Stawell, Yarrawonga, Kyabram, Lakes Entrance, Wallan, Cobram, Kilmore, Churchill, Leongatha, Kyneton, Cowes, Maffra, Queenscliff, Kerang, Inverloch, Numurkah, Cockatoo, Tatura, Romsey, Paynesville, Whittlesea, Woodend, Camperdown, Korumburra, Daylesford, Broadford, Portarlington, Mansfield, Rochester, Euroa, Red Cliffs, Myrtleford, Beechworth, Port Fairy, Warracknabeal, Bannockburn, Creswick, Trafalgar, Anglesea, St Arnaud, Pearcedale, Robinvale, Alexandra, Bright, Orbost, Woori Yallock
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Melbourne train complaints allows you to have multiple user profiles to make complaints from. Complaints made can use the default message which will request a refund on your behalf or the option to create your own custom message. When sending the complaint the app also gives the option to send the complaint to Metro, the minister, or the federal minister of public transport.
The app will keep you up to date on the status of each train line and display further information when tapped. Data keeping the train lines up to date is sourced from the metro website.
The app will provide links to the official complaint forms for Metro, Myki, (PTV) Public transport Victoria and the public transport ombudsman as well as a link to the Melbourne train complaint’s Facebook page.
Trace My Trail is the best way to have yours and friend's trails at your service.
Free versione i developped for testing purpose and have the following restrictions:
- Not more than 5 POI each trail
- Not more than 3 trail is possible to save
FULL VERSION AVAILABLE AT THIS ADDRESS:
While you are following a track you can configure the app to advice you when you are near a Point Of Interest and this will give you the possibility to dont lose the elements of the trail like pictures, descriptions and information.
This is possible thanks to the built in feature that will alert you on each poi and each indication when you are in the same area of them.
MARK YOUR TERRITORY
Enjoy your hike, switch on the app, start recording and your trail will be tracked for future use. Add Point of Interest with description and photo, add indication sign to get the right path adding also picture to let understand better wich way take. Get Outside today rediscovering the ourdoors
SHARE YOUR TRAILS
Make your trails available to your friends or other people, in this way they can enjoy your same experience walking around.
You can share the full path with all images, texts and indications inside. When your friend will download it will keep the same images and descriptions
Let them to walk on your same path exploring and looking your points of interest and get a real guide that indicate the correct way using signs and images.
✓ Track your route with your phone’s GPS capability
✓ Add Point Of Interest shooting pictures from your phone's camera
✓ Share your adventure with your friends sending all the package of your outdoork hike
✓ Got audio alert for, not correct path, point of interest, way to take and more
✓ Save trips yours and others on your phone to use later
✓ Follow trips on interactive map while walking
✓ Configure your app to best fit your needs
✓ Use the app without connection tool
The capital of Bavaria is Germany's third largest city with 1.3 million inhabitants. The city hosted the Olympic Games in 1972 and for this occasion the first metro line was built. Since then, Munich has developed one of Europe's best metro networks which together with the S-Bahn serves almost all parts of the city. Munich also boasts an extensive tram network.
In the 1950's-60's, Munich, like other German cities such as Stuttgart, Frankfurt, Cologne or Hanover, decided to build underground sections especially in the city centre for its existing tram routes. But before construction started, the city changed its mind in favour of a full metro. In 1964, construction of the first north-south route (now U6) between Kieferngarten and Goetheplatz began. A 600 m long tunnel (at Goetheplatz) built in 1941 for a planned north-south rail tunnel was able to be used. When the city was chosen to host the 1972 Olympics, a branch was planned from Münchner Freiheit to Olympiazentrum (U3). At the same time the S-Bahn tunnel straight through the city centre was built (opened May 1972). In 1971 Munich joined the European metro cities. The Munich U-Bahn system is actually a 3-line network with two branches at each end.
In Dec. 2010 the network has a total length of 95 km (100 stations), with approx. 9 km being above ground:
- U6 from Studentenstadt to Garching-Hochbrück - 7.9 km; and a short stretch between Garching and Garching-Forschungszentrum
- U5 Neuperlach-Süd (0.3 km; sharing platform with single track S-Bahn).
The U-Bahn's main depot and maintenance yard is located next to Fröttmaning station on U6, another depot lies just south of Neuperlach-Süd. More sidings are distributed all over the network between the running tracks or behind terminal stations.
The Munich S-Bahn operated by Deutsche Bahn AG is an important complementary rapid rail service also within the city. All routes have a basic frequency of 20 minutes which results in a 3-5 minute interval along the common city route between Pasing and Ostbahnhof. Munich Airport can be reached on two routes, the S8 connects the city centre via Ostbahnhof and Ismaning, a second connection (an S1 branch opened in Nov. 1998) runs on a western route with transfer to U2 at Feldmoching.
Lines & History
Moosach - Fürstenried West
Garching-Forschungszentrum - Klinikum Großhadern
19 Oct 1971: U6 Kieferngarten - Goetheplatz (12 km)
08 May 1972: U3 Münchner Freiheit - Olympiazentrum
22 Nov 1975: U3/U6 Goetheplatz - Harras (except Poccistraße)
28 May 1978: U3/U6 Poccistraße added
16 Apr 1983: U3/U6 Harras - Holzapfelkreuth
28 Oct 1989: U3 Implerstraße - Forstenrieder Allee
01 Jun 1991: U3 Forstenrieder Allee - Fürstenried West
22 May 1993: U6 Holzapfelkreuth - Klinikum Großhadern
03 Jun 1994: U6 Kieferngarten - Fröttmaning
28 Oct 1995: U6 Fröttmaning - Garching-Hochbrück
14 Oct 2006: U6 Garching-Hochbrück - Garching-Forschungszentrum (4.4 km)
28 Oct 2007: U3 Olympiazentrum - Olympia-Einkaufszentrum (2.5 km)
12 Dec 2010: U3 Olympia-Einkaufszentrum - Moosach (1.7 km)
U3 - 20.9 km, U6 - 27.4 km (5.8 km shared)
Olympia-Einkaufszentrum - Mangfallplatz
Feldmoching - Messestadt Ost
18 Oct 1980: U8 Scheidplatz - Innsbrucker Ring [- Neuperlach Süd] (16 km)
[U2 was initially called U8 and continued from Scheidplatz to Olympiazentrum sharing the U3 route]
28 May 1983: U1 Hauptbahnhof - Rotkreuzplatz
20 Nov 1993: U2 Scheidplatz - Dülferstraße
26 Oct 1996: U2 Dülferstraße - Feldmoching
08 Nov 1997: U1 Kolumbusplatz - Mangfallplatz
24 May 1998: U1 Rotkreuzplatz - Westfriedhof
29 May 1999: U2 Innsbrucker Ring - Messestadt-Ost (Munich Fair Centre - former airport) (7.7 km - 6 stations)
18 Oct 2003: U1 Westfriedhof - Georg-Brauchle-Ring (0.7km)
31 Oct 2004: U1 Georg-Brauchle-Ring - Olympia-Einkaufszentrum (0EZ) (0.6km)
U1 - 12.2 km, U2 - 24.4 km (2.8 km shared)
New information about your selected train lines will arrive on your device as a push notification.
Updates are sent directly from Metro’s Control Centre. They are defined by the following travel categories:
Good Service - trains are running on time to five minutes.
Minor delays - journey time may be increased with trains delayed by between five and 15 minutes; however stay with your planned travel.
Major delays - significantly longer journey time expected with trains delayed by over 15 minutes. Consider alternative transport while we work to fix the problem.
Suspended - a section of the line has been suspended due to an unplanned disruption. Replacement buses will be used where possible, but alternative modes of transport should also be considered.
Works alert - planned improvement works will affect scheduled services. Replacement buses are likely to form part of this.
Travel alert - there will be special instructions or information for your line.
Each category (except good service) will be accompanied by information explaining why there is a delay or a change to your service. As new information comes to hand, it will arrive on your device through a push notification service.
metroNotify also gives you access to all live service updates should you need it, as well as the ability to link through to the Metro website site for news, journey planning and timetables.