Transit: Bus & Subway Times MODDED 2022


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Transit is your real-time city travel companion. It works in 300+ cities, for buses, trains, Ubers, Lyfts, and everything in between. Get precise real-time predictions for public transit, the smartest & fastest trip plans, and a step-by-step navigator when you’re going to unfamiliar destinations (or to wake you up from a mid-trip nap™). Our app gives you all the info you need, in a clear, bold interface so you don’t get lost or stuck at the stop.

Whether you’re new to a city… or a subway expert who takes NYC’s MTA / LA Metro / WMATA / MBTA / BART / CTA / SEPTA every day (or the 200+ other systems we support) this is the award-winning app you need.

*Turn on mobile data to get real-time information
**No data? Don’t worry: our trip planner works offline, using schedules

🌟 Google Play Picks
📰 “Killer App” — WSJ’s NYC subway reporter
⏰ “You won’t realize how much time you can save until you use this app” — LA Times
💪 “The best app for CTA buses” — Reddit Chicago
🔥 And trusted by the New York Times’ own tech critic, Mike Isaac

🔍 What features does this app support?
– Real-time map that shows you where your ride is 📍
– Subway maps 🗺️
– Trip planner (works offline)
– Explore different combinations of trips to find the fastest way to your destination (i.e. how does a train trip compare to a “bus + bikeshare” trip? Or a “train + Uber” trip?)
– Real-time predictions, telling you when your train, subway, bus, ferry, metro, etc. will show up
– Step-by-step navigator (including transfers)
– Voice reminders to start walking to your stop, to hurry up (if your bus or subway is arriving early) and where to get off
– Schedules, route itineraries, connecting lines at every stop
– Pay for bus & train tickets, bikeshare passes & ridehail fares in the app (select cities)
– Bike directions
– Compare ETAs & prices for Uber, Lyft and Via
– See ALL nearby bikeshares, scooters, and carshares
– Support for everything: bus / metro / subway / light rail / streetcar / train / ridehail / bikeshare / scooters / carshare / ferry

🙋 Where does this app work?
200+ supported cities, including NYC, Chicago, Washington DC, LA, SF & the Bay Area, Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Paris, and many more cities across North America, Europe, Australia and NZ

⚾ Partial list of US cities ⚾ (including bus, train, subway, and ferry systems)

Austin: Capital Metro
Baltimore: MTA
Boston: MBTA, Hubway
Buffalo: NFTA, Fort Erie Transit
Charlotte: CATS
Chicago: CTA, Metra, PACE, NICTD, Divvy
Cincinnati: Metro, TANK
Cleveland: RTA
Columbus: COTA, CoGo
Dallas: DART, Fort Worth T
Denver: RTD
Hampton Roads: HRT
Hartford (and CT): CTTransit, CTFastrak
Honolulu: TheBus
Houston: METRO
Las Vegas: RTC
Los Angeles: LA Metro, Metrolink, OCTA, LADOT, Omnitrans, RTA, Burbank Bus, Foothill, Big Blue Bus, Glendale Beeline
Louisville: TARC
Madison: Metro
Miami: MDT, BCT, Palm Tran, Tri-Rail, Citibike
Milwaukee: MCTS
Minneapolis: Metro Transit, MVTA, Plymouth, SouthWest, U. Minnesota, Nice Ride
New Orleans: RTA
NYC Metro: New York MTA, Metro-North (MNR), Long Island Rail Road (LIRR), NJ Transit (NJT), PATH, SI Ferry, NICE, Bee-Line, RI Tram, NY Waterway, SIR, CitiBike
Orlando: Lynx
Philadelphia: SEPTA, PATCO, Indego
Phoenix: Valley Metro
Pittsburgh: Port Authority (PAAC)
Portland: TriMet
Sacramento: Capitol Corridor, SRT
San Antonio: VIA Metropolitan
San Diego: MTS, NCTD
SF Bay Area: SF BART, SFMTA (SF MUNI), Caltrain, AC Transit, VTA, County Connection, SamTrans, Bay Wheels
Seattle: Metro Transit, City of Seattle, Sound Transit, Pierce Transit, Pronto
St. Louis: Metro
Tampa Bay: HART, PSTA
Washington DC: WMATA (DC Metro & Bus), DC Circulator, Ride On, Arlington (ART), Fairfax Connector, VRE, DASH, Capital Bike Share
+100s more cities, including Paris, Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, London, and more!


40 comentarios en "Transit: Bus & Subway Times MODDED 2022"

  1. Alix dice:

    Wow. This app is hands down one of the best apps I’ve used. Period. This app gives you highly accurate departure times, eta’s, and lines near you based on location. It also shows where the bus/train is (when available) so you can determine how far away it is. Not only that but the interface is easy and straightforward to use. Very snappy and modern. Would HIGHLY recommend for transit use.

  2. I have a love ❤️ hate 😡 relationship with this bus app. When the arrival times are accurate than this app is a lifesaver. And is really an easy to use way of tracking arrival times, directions on how to get to your desired destination. But. 7 out of 10 times (rough estimate) the arrival bus times are completely wrong. In this instance I just close the app and use Google. But I definitely prefer this app 😉🥰 when it’s accurate.. according to the Transit stats I’ve helped close to 3,000 people

  3. reviews to reflect transit reaching out to address a concern: app is cool, it’s helpful to have a place where bus schedules and fare are all in one place, and this does that pretty seamlessly. bus times are more accurate here than anywhere else I check, and I think that’s due to the feature where riders can rate their experiences real time.

  4. K G dice:

    If it’s your first time visiting New York, this app is extremely helpful. New York is built like a maze and the transit maps/subway maps do not help. It helps navigate everywhere with live data on where the busses might be. Schedule might be a bit off sometimes. If you want a simple experience where you don’t care about reading maps. Get this app. Simplifies it all.

  5. Seems like the bus times are usually off anywhere from 3-10 minutes usually. And you don’t get updates on delayed service. And it doesn’t keep up to date on scheduled times for departure and arrival time. Also it’s hard to use the Go feature because it doesn’t really offer you choices for where you are going and preferred routes. It needs improvement for picking routes.

  6. It only kind of works. Doesnt show all busses all the time and choosing a specific line is nearly impossible. I wish it showed when busses were about to depart but can only get it to show busses that are currently in transit and not waiting to depart from one of the main stops. Destination times are one way and dont transfer between routes. Couldnt switch between lines easily wothout altering all of the ride info. Id rather just sit and wait than try to figure it out through the app anymore.

  7. I’ve been using this app for at least 2 months now. With or without WiFi or data, the button to bring up the QR code to ride the buses disappears and when it does, you pretty much gotta hope it returns before your next ride. Else, you better have spare change on you. The latest update (which I didn’t read what was updated) didn’t fix the issue and there’s no way to get the money out you deposit into the app. I have $8 left of the $64 (at least) I usually put in, so I got kinda lucky there.

  8. Jay C dice:

    Edit: Original review was from 2019…happy to say that the app is still working as it should for me. Royale makes it better! 2 things that’s necessary though; 1) Holiday schedules! For my bus system, the busses run on a weekend schedule during the holidays. A workaround is simply setting the date of departure to Saturday but it should be able to streamline into the live data. 2) No matter what I do, the Instant ETA widgets don’t keep their settings, or load. The Nearby widget works though

  9. Transit WAS the best when it was first released. There are no other transit apps for my state. Seeing where the bus is on its route is awesome. BUT, ultimately not necessary. The fact that it requires a sub to see detailed schedules for more than just a handful of buses is a problem. Especially when I can simy go on the bus co website and see said info for free. The only thing that makes this app even remotely worth it? The app. Making it only slightly more convenient.

  10. The MTA app is more accurate than Google maps. But it can’t find land marks. I type in Beverly Center in Google maps to get the correct bus route. I have to type in the address of the Beverly Center for the Transit app, or I get sent to Montebello. At times, the Transit app is wrong at night in DWTN LA. It will not show the Dash F. It shows the 910. Google maps has a map. So if the Wilshire 720 bus is rerouted to Olimpic, I can find where I am. The MTA app does not have a map. I use both apps.

  11. Positive: It gave me the right directions to get to where I wanted to. I knew what subway tunnels I had to take. Used colors to identify what subway tunnels I had to use. It worked well for me in New York. Negative: I can’t use it offline sadly. The screen froze, but some how the directions didn’t change? Had to change the settings so I can see the subway tunnels. Wasn’t 100% accurate on how getting back to the hotel. Basically I love it and I hope to use it again in the future

  12. Extremely positive. Lion Heart as an app. The good news is you only need common sense to browse, plan, navigate a destination & if need be reroute said destination no matter where in the process you are or have never used a MTS app all. I didn’t linger long before going Royale due to competence & accuracy along with reading about how Transit has a vision for Mass Metro Transportation apps are built & used with the customer coming 1st. No tricks, no villainy.

  13. Tokuijin dice:

    It was working fine but, now, it says that my area isn’t supported and that’s not even getting into the problems I’ve had before. I’ve uninstalled this in hopes of finding a better app for my transit needs. ETA: For some dumbass reason, the app isn’t showing fare, even though I’ve gotten emailed receipts to show for it. I’ve tried refreshing it and it’s not showing anything.

  14. regularly screws me over, missing transfers because the map doesn’t use crosswalks, setting routes hours in advance, then that route not being available when it’s time to go. honestly the only thing it does well is real time bus tracking, but besides that a really bad product. Edit: After yet another day of being late to work when the app told me I would be arriving 30 minutes early I have uninstalled and returned to Google maps, do not trust this program, it sucks.

  15. I absolutely love this app! When I moved into the city I realized that the bus system can be a bit overwhelming I’d you’re not used to it. This app not only allows me to get directions to my destination but shows all different means of transportation and routes. I don’t have any idea how they managed to put everything in this all like they did, but I am so glad they mastered it! I use this app literally everyday and it is definitely a lifesaver if I get lost or need to find a bus! 5 stars!!!

  16. When it works it’s great, but alot of the time it’s incredibly dodgy. If I’m standing at my stop it’ll automatically assume I’m on the bus & I won’t have access to the actual bus schedule anymore, it often cuts access to passes I buy before I even activate them(I often buy in bulk then use throughout the week, but it often only lets me use one or 2 passes then deletes the rest). Otherwise it’s a great app though, and makes things more convenient overall

  17. Not recommended for SLC. Too many flaws: -Transit times are very inaccurate, to the point where it is telling me I have 45 minutes until my bus arrives, when really it’s less than 10 minutes. -It constantly tells me I’m going to miss my connection and 95% of the time I don’t, but the stress of missing it anyway remains high. -Instead of going to a hub for a connection, it instead directs me to get off and walk 4 blocks to another stop, which WOULD mean I miss my connection. -More I can’t fit.

  18. I wish it was easier to see nearby routes before selecting individual lines or requesting a route. The blue location dot also sometimes disappears if I return to the app after a while, so I can’t see how far along the route I am (for instance, this just happened after I got a notification my route had been detoured — a pretty important time to know where you actually are!)

  19. R Chung dice:

    It tells you where the bus is. And does a good job at it. The NICE bus tracker is scuffed but it tracks the bus pretty well when it does work. The go to destination thing does need a little work to make it perfect, but it does what is advertised. EDIT: huh. Swiping works to show lines both ways. Never would have figured this out by myself but I have gone back to this app being good again

  20. Very nice. It would be nice to be able to add a transit card and or connect to an account where you can use this transit app as the bus pass. It is pretty easy to use, but has a small learning curve to it. It be nice to be able to see entire bus route schedule for the week, or set alarms or schedule and pin certain certain stops in my specific days, lime reoccurring time and route that is used. Over all very nice.

  21. I am very appreciative of this app. It is always accurate. It is so much better than calling that 410-539 number that’s for sure. It was a nuisance waiting for all the prompts that had nothing to do with nothing just to have the computer tell you that the MTA office is closed then the phone hanging up on you. Kudos to whomever came up with the idea. Not to mention the many features that are and are still being implemented especially being able to see exactly where your bus it’s movement to you.

  22. Jason dice:

    This app has been great to know, real-time, when a bus or train is going to arrive when I am using UTA. I’ve used this app in Las Vegas and Imperial Beach, too, which was nice. One thing I wish was different is the screen pinching feature to zoom in between the route map and the route times below the map. I frequently zoom in or out on the map but often catch the route times instead which drags them on my screen instead of scaling the map (the buffer between the two needs to be tighten up).

  23. i love that it’s finally online but it can be a bit difficult when you’re first beginning to use the app to find out where your bus is at in real time from where you are actually standing. And navigating the app is difficult also. Thank you! After having and using the app for all over a year I still cannot navigate thru it very well and reading it is confusing at times. Other times when I’m going into town from lemon creek it’ll show me how to get down there by going to the valley first!!

  24. There’s a ton of developers out there, but alot of them aren’t devoting the time, effort and energy into creating services made to improve (and truly do improve) people’s lives in a way that self wellness can’t. Transit is the SOLE reason being lost, having no idea when or where a bus/train is coming with tired kids standing in the rain doesn’t have to happen! They have information on every transit authority nearby and so much more. Do yourself a favor, get this app! Thank you so much Transit!

  25. This app works perfectly fine. It does what it’s supposed to do & is great at giving you accurate times for everything. The reason I gave it only 3 stars instead 5 is because you have to pay a subscription to get detailed info from every route in the area, because if you don’t, you can only get that info for 4 of them. I understand that the developers need to make money to keep the app going but I feel like that’s so much of a basic need that putting it behind a paywall seems greedy.

  26. Been using this app for 40 days now. It has helped a few times but also has been the cause of many frustrations. GPS loses signal, tracking is slower the Google maps & doesn’t always display the right information. The worst part however, is the fact that it will lead me to a bus stop, crash in the background and lose track of that stop completely just to tell me to walk to another bus stop even if its across the street only to have the bus it originally lead me to pass me while switching stops.

  27. I’ve just about had it with this app. This was great once before royale, now it only shows 3 routes regardless of distance, then hides multiple routes, again, regardless of DISTANCE!!! I can’t possibly support a developer that says it hides routes based on distance, then just hides routes that are at MY BUS STOP!!! This is madness! When Transit team decides to get it right, then I may support and give more stars! Until then I’ll just use Google Maps and Moovit.

  28. Jarvis dice:

    Horrible experience. I am constantly booted off and unable to see my route information again because the app thinks the stop has been reached. It recommends me routes where I must walk 2 miles to reach my destination. The app does not allow me to view past routes, so if I forget to press the go button in time, I may not see my current route. This has led to getting off and on too early or late. 1/10 experience

  29. This app is a nightmare to use. The “real-time” data (at least for Chicago) is often inaccurate or just missing. Way finding using this app is impossible as route information is extremely poor, with very little attempt made to show details of specific lines (origin, route, operator, etc). US coverage is also limited to the East and West Coast. If you’re in the midwest, you have no hope unless you’re in a city of more than 500k people. Maybe in other countries it works better. Also a UX nightmare

  30. This app is way too busy. It does not allow pinning all needed bus lines. If a line is for example 51 and 51A (2 completely different routes with same starting point) you can only pin it as 51, then it only shows the schedule when you get close the other one. Sometimes it just freezes on loading. Overall it is not very user friendly. My transit system is forcing us to use this for ticket purchases and the integration of Ezfare is an even scarier joke. I am hoping my system just drops this.

  31. Very inaccurate information provided. This is a mediocre app developed by mediocre IT personnel who are more concerned about finishing their task than ensuring that it does what it’s supposed to do. So many sub menus, yet it doesn’t use the GPS on each bus in order to provide precise and punctual information. I have roasted myself under the summer heat above 100F for over an hour waiting for a bus that’s supposed to come in 20 minutes and other irregularities. Not worth the “bells and whistles”.

  32. Love your app. But it seems to mess up on my ride home. As you can see, it says I missed my train, when I’m actually sitting on the train. You claim more accurate than lirr app, but this doesn’t seem the case. This happens on my trip going home(update 7/26/2022) The”actually I’m on it” option is a perfect addition to the app.👍👍 Update (8/18/22) since recent update all the nice features have disappeared??? What’s going on? Reduce to 3 stars(8/31/2022) Now app crashes or resets in tunnel

  33. Victor P dice:

    I added my payment info to unlock bikes in Chattanooga but purchasing the pass failed every time I tried. There was no way to change payment method once I’d entered it (I followed the instructions on the website but the option to use another payment wasn’t offered). I had to delete my account and recreate it with a different card. It shouldn’t be this hard. The app is great otherwise. Nice UI, syncs with dark mode, easy to find info.

  34. This app is a small step above useless. The tracking is inaccurate, the real-time updates on bus locations are completely random and often don’t even happen untill the information is already completely irrelevant, and there is no way to leave a review on the reliability of the bus line. What is this app even for if it can’t get basically gps tracking right?

  35. Fred Bunt dice:

    The bus location updates seem to be erratic and inaccurate. I missed my bus because the app said it was on the wrong end of the route and not moving. It seems to intermittently loose track. There was even a Go user on board so I assumed location data was accurate. The UI is also quite confusing.

  36. I moved to San Francisco a year and a half ago and my bestfriend suggested I install this app. It’s been great and essential this whole time. I have noticed over the past few months they’ve done alot of updating. While I do like the direction it’s going, perhaps it’s too fast? There’s been a bunch of weird glitches. Like, often once I’m on the bus it’ll be four or fives stops before it realizes I’m on the bus. Also, the bus icon will often jump all over the map.

  37. Very buggy. It’s no wonder transit times are still wrong, even though this app at times is good to have in place of Maps. I will set what bus I’m boarding and it usually messes up either by randomly switching the bus, or popping up questions about the bus before it’s come, which not answering then causes it to bug out. It drains a ton of battery to end up broadcasting incorrect information to users.

  38. This app is incredibly helpful to me and the bus is ALWAYS there within two-three minutes of the scheduled pick-up time. The busses are always clean and most generally the drivers are friendly. Although I personally don’t use Lyft, I like that there’s an option to request a ride through them. The drivers go above and beyond when it comes to helping people; I recently started using the MooVer busses and I’m still getting used to the different bus routes and the drivers are always happy to help

  39. Honestly out of all the different transit apps available; only the ‘Transit’ app is all encompassing across the entire bay area and very well balanced. I should also mention that ‘Transit’ updates the nearest, most relevant routes according to your location. Last thing, the app is so well balanced that it mix’s and matches different transit options according to your preference. It even has Uber/Lyft integration. Hands down best transit app on the app store!

  40. This a nice app for locating routes but whenever there’s a bus delay it doesn’t update. I always have to go back to Google Maps to find out how long until the bus will be at the stop because Transit acts like that bus has already passed the stop. Fix it before I lose my job! 2.5 is accurate reading but I won’t give the benefit of 3 stars till that’s fixed.

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