The app is always improving. I cant wait for the GO live functionality to come to Seattle!
Estimation application downloads and cost> 284.13k
Monthly downloads~ $ 116.24k
Estimation App Cost
Transit • Real-Time App for Bus, Subway & Metro ranking history and charts
|24 Jun||26 Jun|
|544 + 456 3 + 997||517 + 27 3 0|
Available in countries
|Korea, Republic Of||free|
Available for devicesiPhone4, iPad2Wifi, iPad23G, iPhone4S, iPadThirdGen, iPadThirdGen4G, iPhone5, iPodTouchFifthGen, iPadFourthGen, iPadFourthGen4G, iPadMini, iPadMini4G, iPhone5c, iPhone5s, iPadAir, iPadAirCellular, iPadMiniRetina, iPadMiniRetinaCellular, iPhone6, iPhone6Plus, iPadAir2, iPadAir2Cellular, iPadMini3, iPadMini3Cellular, iPodTouchSixthGen, iPhone6s, iPhone6sPlus, iPadMini4, iPadMini4Cellular, iPadPro, iPadProCellular, iPadPro97, iPadPro97Cellular, iPhoneSE, iPhone7, iPhone7Plus, iPad611, iPad612, iPad71, iPad72, iPad73, iPad74,
Versions and releases
Latest version Transit • Real-Time App for Bus, Subway & Metro: 4.2.1
-Last update wasn’t updating on iTunes
-Fixed. Sorry to everyone affected*
*Except for “Eric99” who called us the “the biggest giantest stupidest idiots who ever walked the surface of the Earth.”
-Eric, come on. We don’t walk the surface of the Earth. We take the subway.
You look to the right (it’s a bus stop). You look to the left (it’s a rack of bikes). You look down at your feet (great feet. the best.)
Now pick: Which will get you home the fastest? Because you’ve already spent too much time at the bar tonight, drinking spruce beer and soda pops, and now you’re late for your phone call. (Nature is calling.)
INTRODUCING: BIKESHARE+WALKING TRIP PLANNER
Pick the best mode for any moment. Starting today, whenever you plan a trip, you’ll see ETAs for bike/bikeshare and walking too. (Yes. Finally.) If a long, boring, bladder-testing transit transfer will take longer than biking, we’ll guide you to the nearest bikeshare station. We’ll also give you a-to-b directions to the station closest to your destination. And reminder: in select cities, you can even buy passes and unlock your bikeshare from within Transit—because deep integrations are our thing.™ Unlockable bikes now work in DET, CHI, MTL, TOR, and the following unabbreviatable cities: Louisville, Columbus, Aspen, Minneapolis and Chattanooga.
Biking not your style? The trip planner also lets you compare transit and biking with non-pedal bipedal transport. For those who know what boots were made for.
ALSO NEW: BRANCH CARDS!
Because some transit lines are complex. Maybe they share the same trunk, but stop at different stops (a-to-b-to-c vs. a-to-c) or they end up going to different end-of-line stations (like Boston’s green line, which shoots off into separate B/C/D/E branches). Now in nearby mode, we’ll group together all those different branches into one card, just like you’d see on the departure board at your station. Does this sound hopelessly complicated? No need, bruh—tap the schedule view for your line (clock icon) and enter your destination stop. We’ll tell you which trains, at which times, will get you where you want to go. Easy peasy! Now live in Boston and SF, but don’t worry—you’ll all get your own special cards soon enough.
Lastly: (1) bikeshare/walking/Uber results in the trip planner are slimmer than transit, (2) you can now opt out of promo push notifications, (3) wow you are looking fabulous, and (4) we replaced our FAQ with a Help section. It was written by Michelle and Katie, our resident transit oracles, and will illuminate Transit’s deepest, darkest secrets. Like how to use our features. Where the dead bugs go. Or what Julien does with the widget in his free time.
Rate us five stars to help us get a restraining order for the widget.
PS, say hi to us on twitter! We read all your tweets :) @transitapp
PPS, lots of new agencies too: Bustang (Denver, CO), SLE (Southeastern CT), MSTCA (Monterey, CA), GCTGA (Gwinnett County, GA), MAECA (Modesto, CA), and CET (Bend, OR). We’ve also added real-time for PSTA (St. Petersburg, FL), Fairfax Connector (Fairfax, VA), PACE (Chicago Suburbs), Torrance Transit (South Bay L.A., CA), Magic School Buses (worldwide), Sonoma County Transit (Sonoma County, CA) and CET (Bend, Oregon—a place our data team apparently loves.) See you next time!
Apps Changes History:
- 2 weeks ago: New App Version 4.2 ☛ 4.2.1
- 2 weeks ago: New App Version 4.1.6 ☛ 4.2
- 2 months ago: New App Version 4.1.5 ☛ 4.1.6
- 3 months ago: New App Version 4.1.4 ☛ 4.1.5
- 4 months ago: New App Version 4.1.3 ☛ 4.1.4
- 5 months ago: New App Version 4.1.2 ☛ 4.1.3
- 6 months ago: New App Version 4.1.1 ☛ 4.1.2
- 6 months ago: New App Version 4.1.2 ☛ 4.1.1
- 6 months ago: New App Version 4.1.1 ☛ 4.1.2
- 6 months ago: New App Version 4.1 ☛ 4.1.1
Best Transit App Ever!
This has to be the best app Ive ever installed on my phone. You dont have to go to bus stop and wait for the bus for 30 mins. Checking the real time bus location is awesome!
I love this app so much !!!!!! Helps me get to where I need to go and when my bus is arriving.
Open app is frozen
I got a message saying trip expired in which the buses werent expired. Then it closes back to the main menu. Please fix it.
Doesnt work in Boston on MBTA
I dont know why the MBTA has ads in their trains and buses claiming this is the official app of The T. Buses dont have GPS like Honolulu TheBus so theres no way the app can know when a bus is coming. I hope they know where the trains are in the system, but the information isnt getting to this app. Waiting times on the app arent even coordinated with the schedules. Whats the point? Wait times have air wave symbols radiating from implying a live connection. Thats deception.
First time ever feeling the need to write a review just because the update details crack me up every time. Youve really got a good sense of humour. Keep up the good work you wonderful human beings!
This app is great but recently I am no longer able to see TTC buses on it.