Transit • Subway & Bus Times

Transit • Subway & Bus Times


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About Transit • Subway & Bus Times

Transit is your real-time urban travel companion. Open the app to instantly see accurate next departure times, track buses and trains near you on the map, and see upcoming transit schedules. Use the trip planner to quickly compare trips - including options like bus and bike, or metro and subway. Get alerted about service disruptions and delays for your favorite lines, and save frequently used locations for trip directions in a tap.

HERE’S WHAT THEY’RE SAYING
"Gives you the best route to where you want to go" - New York Times
“You won't realize how much time you can save planning until you use this app” - LA Times
“Killer app” - Wall Street Journal
"MBTA has a favorite transit app — and it's called Transit" - Boston Globe
“A one-stop-shop” - Washington Post

AND HERE’S THE WORD FROM PUBLIC TRANSIT RIDERS
“Your app was the deciding factor in selling my car.”
“Blows Google Maps out of the water.”
“The head of our local transit agency recommended this app over the one her agency created.”

6 GREAT THINGS ABOUT TRANSIT:

1) THE BEST REAL-TIME DATA
The app uses the best transit agency data sources like MTA Bus Time, MTA Train Time, NJ Transit MyBus, SF MUNI Next Bus, CTA Bus Tracker, WMATA Next Arrivals, SEPTA Real-Time and many more. We combine that data with our fancy ETA prediction engine so that you get the most accurate real-time info possible for all transit modes - including buses, subways, trains, streetcars, metros, ferries, ridehail and more. Prefer to travel on two wheels? With GPS, you can see live bikeshare and scooter locations right on the map.

2) TRAVEL OFFLINE
Bus schedules, stop locations, subway maps and even our trip planner are available offline.

3) POWERFUL TRIP PLANNING
See fast and easy trips combining buses, subways and trains – the app even suggests routes that combine multiple options in one trip like bus + bike or scooter + metro. You’ll find great trip plans that you never even considered! Don’t like to walk a lot or use a certain mode or transit agency? Personalize your travel in the settings.

4) GO: OUR STEP-BY-STEP NAVIGATOR*
Receive departure alarms to catch your bus or train, and get alerted when it’s time to get off or transfer. When using GO, you’ll also crowdsource more accurate info and real-time ETAs for other passengers– and rack up points and thank yous for being the most helpful rider on your line.

5) User Reports
See what other riders have to say! With millions of users contributing, you’ll get helpful info on crowding levels, on-time performance, the closest subway exits, and more.

6) Easy Payments
Pay your transit fare and buy bikeshare passes directly in the app in over 75 cities.

*continued use of GPS running in the background can decrease battery life.

300+ CITIES INCLUDING:

Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Boston, Buffalo, Charlotte, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Hartford, Honolulu, Houston, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Louisville, Madison, Miami, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Nashville, New Orleans, New York City, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Providence, Portland, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, St. Louis, Tampa, Washington D.C.

1000+ PUBLIC TRANSIT AGENCIES INCLUDING:

AC Transit, Atlanta Streetcar (MARTA), Bee-Line, Big Blue Bus, Caltrain, Cap Metro, CATS, CDTA, CTA, CT Transit, DART, DC Metro (WMATA), DDOT, GCRTA, HART, Houston Metro, KCATA, King County Metro Transit, LA DOT, LA Metro,LBT, LIRR, Lynx, MCTS, MDOT MTA, Metra, Metrolink, MetroNorth, Miami Dade Transit, MTA BUS, NCTD, New Jersey Transit (NJT), NFTA, NICE, NYC MTA Subway, OCTA, PACE, PRT, Ride-On, RTD, SEPTA, SF BART, SF Muni, Sound Transit, SORTA (Metro), St. Louis Metro, TANK, TheBus, Tri-Met, UTA, Valley Metro, Via

SEE ALL SUPPORTED CITIES & COUNTRIES: TRANSITAPP.COM/REGION

**Questions or feedback? Browse our help pages: help.transitapp.com, email us: info@transitapp.com, or find us on Twitter: @transitapp**
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What's New in the Latest Version 5.15.1

Last updated on Sep 21, 2023
Old Versions
It’s been eight weeks since Barbenheimer set the summer in motion. The pink-attired mobs have slimmed to a trickle. A few last Nolan fans are lined-up for the IMAX, dressed up like maleficent physicists. Indiana Jones? Mission Impossible? The summer blockbusters have all come and gone. And so, my friends, has summer.

Thought our job was just beach, and bug fixes? In this update we also rekenfigured our end of ride prompt, which…

1. asks you to rate your trip on a five-star scale, and
2. shows you how many riders you’ve helped, at the end of every GO trip, and
3. tells you how long you were GOing (in time + miles)

You’ll see that we’ve slapped a new coat of paint on that bad boy, and added some gratuitous gyroscope physics — test it out. Spin your phone in the air like a pepperoni pizza. What could go wrong.

Rate us 5 stars for 500 more days of summer.
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Version History
5.15.1
Sep 21, 2023
It’s been eight weeks since Barbenheimer set the summer in motion. The pink-attired mobs have slimmed to a trickle. A few last Nolan fans are lined-up for the IMAX, dressed up like maleficent physicists. Indiana Jones? Mission Impossible? The summer blockbusters have all come and gone. And so, my friends, has summer.

Thought our job was just beach, and bug fixes? In this update we also rekenfigured our end of ride prompt, which…

1. asks you to rate your trip on a five-star scale, and
2. shows you how many riders you’ve helped, at the end of every GO trip, and
3. tells you how long you were GOing (in time + miles)

You’ll see that we’ve slapped a new coat of paint on that bad boy, and added some gratuitous gyroscope physics — test it out. Spin your phone in the air like a pepperoni pizza. What could go wrong.

Rate us 5 stars for 500 more days of summer.
5.15.0
Sep 3, 2023
It’s been eight weeks since Barbenheimer set the summer in motion. The pink-attired mobs have slimmed to a trickle. A few last Nolan fans are lined-up for the IMAX, dressed up like maleficent physicists. Indiana Jones? Mission Impossible? The summer blockbusters have all come and gone. And so, my friends, has summer.

Thought our job was just beach, and bug fixes? In this update we also rekenfigured our end of ride prompt, which…

1. asks you to rate your trip on a five-star scale, and
2. shows you how many riders you’ve helped, at the end of every GO trip, and
3. tells you how long you were GOing (in time + miles)

You’ll see that we’ve slapped a new coat of paint on that bad boy, and added some gratuitous gyroscope physics — test it out. Spin your phone in the air like a pepperoni pizza. What could go wrong.

Rate us 5 stars for 500 more days of summer.
5.14.12
Aug 13, 2023
Taylor Swift: transit icon? As the banjo-clad hordes of ravenous Swifties descend on Transit in record numbers — taking a bus or train to the country-pop concert, in lieu of the démodé pickup truck — we can almost forgive Tay-Tay for her private jet’s gaseous gifts to our atmosphere. But there’s no point in playing the Anti-Hero when you believe in the redemptive power of Karma…

That’s why in this edition of Transit we:

- Shake It Off (“it” being the deluge of real-time feeds that we accidentally loaded simultaneously, slowing the app to a crawl if you happened to be near a lot of transit lines)
- replace your Getaway Car (to the south shore of Montreal) with the new beautiful REM light rail, the biggest transit project in Quebec in 50+ years
- say Hey Stephen (because our editor is on vacation in Nova Scotia, unable to reign in deez Fearless puns)

Spot a bug? Speak now. Question…? We’re @transitapp on twitter.

Rate us five-stars if you know All Too Well how we roll.
5.14.11
Aug 6, 2023
Taylor Swift: transit icon? As the banjo-clad hordes of ravenous Swifties descend on Transit in record numbers — taking a bus or train to the country-pop concert, in lieu of the démodé pickup truck — we can almost forgive Tay-Tay for her private jet’s gaseous gifts to our atmosphere. But there’s no point in playing the Anti-Hero when you believe in the redemptive power of Karma…

That’s why in this edition of Transit we:

- Shake It Off (“it” being the deluge of real-time feeds that we accidentally loaded simultaneously, slowing the app to a crawl if you happened to be near a lot of transit lines)
- replace your Getaway Car (to the south shore of Montreal) with the new beautiful REM light rail, the biggest transit project in Quebec in 50+ years
- say Hey Stephen (because our editor is on vacation in Nova Scotia, unable to reign in deez Fearless puns)

Spot a bug? Speak now. Question…? We’re @transitapp on twitter.

Rate us five-stars if you know All Too Well how we roll.
5.14.10
Jul 13, 2023
Canada Day in Ottawa. The OC Transpo buses were bustling. Justin Trudeau was busy breaking into the old Rideau Street McDonald’s to relive the glory days of his youth. Sure, us Montrealers might have been busy moving apartments and picking up curb-side Structube freebies, but part of us wished to be across the border, in Ontario, peaking on maple syrup, listening to Jann Arden, basking in the national pride that comes with not having to care about American football.

And so we did what any self-respecting child of the St. Lawrence would do in our situation. We paddled up-river to Lebreton Flats — and we brought more to the party than mere bug fixes, friend! We’re thrilled to announce that OC Transpo, every Sens fan’s favourite transit agency, is now giving EVERYONE IN OTTAWA free Royale (yes, even the snake on the O-Train). From Kanata to Barrhaven to the majestic bogland they call Orléans — it’s the best thing to happen to the 613 since Alexei Kovalev stole Boustan’s shawarma recipe and gave it to Chris Neil.

In other news? Nothing!
In news besides nothing? Bug fixes!

PS: are you the sort of person who uses Transit to save your favourite locations, pinned lines, buy transit fares, and unlock bikeshares? Then you don’t need to be reminded: Transit Accounts are a lifesaver. Join our glorious superusers, and create yours today. (You’ll also be able to get our release notes by email, making it easy to forward them to your lawyer friends on Wellington Street, subject line: shawarma slander.)

PPS: rate us five stars to finally give Jann Arden a #1 song on the YTV Hit List
5.14.9
Jul 7, 2023
Canada Day in Ottawa. The OC Transpo buses were bustling. Justin Trudeau was busy breaking into the old Rideau Street McDonald’s to relive the glory days of his youth. Sure, us Montrealers might have been busy moving apartments and picking up curb-side Structube freebies, but part of us wished to be across the border, in Ontario, peaking on maple syrup, listening to Jann Arden, basking in the national pride that comes with not having to care about American football.

And so we did what any self-respecting child of the St. Lawrence would do in our situation. We paddled up-river to Lebreton Flats — and we brought more to the party than mere bug fixes, friend! We’re thrilled to announce that OC Transpo, every Sens fan’s favourite transit agency, is now giving EVERYONE IN OTTAWA free Royale (yes, even the snake on the O-Train). From Kanata to Barrhaven to the majestic bogland they call Orléans — it’s the best thing to happen to the 613 since Alexei Kovalev stole Boustan’s shawarma recipe and gave it to Chris Neil.

In other news? Nothing!
In news besides nothing? Bug fixes!

PS: are you the sort of person who uses Transit to save your favourite locations, pinned lines, buy transit fares, and unlock bikeshares? Then you don’t need to be reminded: Transit Accounts are a lifesaver. Join our glorious superusers, and create yours today. (You’ll also be able to get our release notes by email, making it easy to forward them to your lawyer friends on Wellington Street, subject line: shawarma slander.)

PPS: rate us five stars to finally give Jann Arden a #1 song on the YTV Hit List
5.14.7
Jun 16, 2023
Never got to enjoy the Tim Hortons smoking section during your childhood? Canada’s wildfires can help you make the most of it.

In this edition of Transit we:

- Fixed some bugs
- Closed the windows
- Did not enjoy the smog

Rate us 5 stars to make it rain (for our friends up north)
5.14.6
May 15, 2023
Real-time vehicle locations from your transit agency? That’s the gold standard.

What about real-time vehicle locations from a Transit rider using GO?

Holy Midas! That’s even golder than gold: when a GO rider shares their vehicle location, those locations are more accurate & update much more frequently.

Now, you can say THANK YOU! to riders who share realer real-time locations with you:

- Tap open any line, then tap the vehicle icon
- If the vehicle location is provided by your agency? The vehicle icon will look plain.
- But if the vehicle location is being provided by a GO rider? You’ll see their GO emoji avatar on the vehicle icon
- Want to show your gratitude? Tap “say thanks”!
- We’ll thank them on your behalf, then carry them off the field on our shoulders while the whole stadium screams “WE LOVE YOU!” like in the movies

Want to get props, instead of just doling ‘em out? Tap GO to start crowdsourcing your trip!

A few more extra-extras in this update:

- You’ll now see relevant stats about a transit vehicle when you tap the vehicle icon (such as its crowding level, accessibility status, and how many stops away it is.)
- We’ve redesigned the “exit GO” prompt to be less needy, more zen
- Apple Watchers: you can now pin/unpin transit lines, so they show up near the top of the home screen
- To pin/unpin a line? Tap any line, and toggle the pin button

That’s it from us. Rate us five stars to spin the propeller hat to liftoff velocity
5.14.5
May 4, 2023
- Did you plan a trip, from your current location to somewhere else?
- And then you had the audacity to actually… walk to the stop?
- When you planned a new trip, we’d pretend you were still back where you started. Ugh.
- Good news: your trip plans will no longer tell you to “walk ten minutes to the bus stop” when you are already at the bus stop, looking fabulous.
- Why? We now automatically update your trip results with your NEW current location — if you’ve moved locations since you first planned your trip
- Just refresh the trip planner to bring your “current location” up to speed!

What else?

- Looking for an electric bikeshare? We’ve made it more obvious when an e-bike is locked in the dock, charged like Pikachu, and ready to rip like greased lightning of the two-wheeled variety.

Other than that, we fixed some bugs under the glow of candlelight, laptops tethered to our cell phones, during the Great Montreal Ice Storm of April 2023.

Rate us five stars because we need the light… we’re running out of wax!!!
5.14.4
Apr 24, 2023
- Did you plan a trip, from your current location to somewhere else?
- And then you had the audacity to actually… walk to the stop?
- When you planned a new trip, we’d pretend you were still back where you started. Ugh.
- Good news: your trip plans will no longer tell you to “walk ten minutes to the bus stop” when you are already at the bus stop, looking fabulous.
- Why? We now automatically update your trip results with your NEW current location — if you’ve moved locations since you first planned your trip
- Just refresh the trip planner to bring your “current location” up to speed!

What else?

- Looking for an electric bikeshare? We’ve made it more obvious when an e-bike is locked in the dock, charged like Pikachu, and ready to rip like greased lightning of the two-wheeled variety.

Other than that, we fixed some bugs under the glow of candlelight, laptops tethered to our cell phones, during the Great Montreal Ice Storm of April 2023.

Rate us five stars because we need the light… we’re running out of wax!!!
5.14.3
Apr 11, 2023
After travelling from Montreal to sunny Los Angeles via intercity rail, Greyhound, and freshwater lake freighter, we were rudely rebuffed at the Oscar doors. Apparently, all of Transit’s nominations had been demoted to the “non-televised” part of the ceremony!

Lest we let our ballgown (and LA Metro fare) go to waste, we’ll shine the Dolby Theatre’s $500,000 spotlight on the definitely-not-obscure categories that Transit was nominated for:

For “best performance in a roving detour”: Transit took home the Oscar alongside its Montreal production partner, the STM. In February, the duo launched real-time detour detection. This feature automatically adds bus detours into the app, even if the data feed has not been updated by the transit agency. Want to bring detour detection to your city? Get the full details over at blog.transitapp.com

For “most dynamic visual effects”: Transit developer Félix won for his introduction of Dynamic Type into Transit. Now, small text on the home screen will appear magically bigger (such as upcoming departure times, and headsigns like “eastbound” or “westbound”, etc.) so you don’t have to squint like a bat without bifocals. Just update the system settings on your phone for Accessibility >> Display & Text Size.

For “most embarrassing bug fix”: we’ve removed the banner that said your phone had “Weak GPS” when your GPS was as muscular as Arnold in his Terminator era.

For “so sorry, we only caught this in post-production”: we now wait three minutes after a bus departure until asking you why you missed it (instead of asking you why you missed a bus that is still a few blocks away from your stop… oopsie!)

Well, that’s it! Big thanks to quick-walking TikTokker @haydenbegley for using Transit to catch her Metro Rail to the Oscars. We’ve planted five stars in her honour on the Release Notes Walk of Fame.
5.14.2
Apr 3, 2023
After travelling from Montreal to sunny Los Angeles via intercity rail, Greyhound, and freshwater lake freighter, we were rudely rebuffed at the Oscar doors. Apparently, all of Transit’s nominations had been demoted to the “non-televised” part of the ceremony!

Lest we let our ballgown (and LA Metro fare) go to waste, we’ll shine the Dolby Theatre’s $500,000 spotlight on the definitely-not-obscure categories that Transit was nominated for:

For “best performance in a roving detour”: Transit took home the Oscar alongside its Montreal production partner, the STM. In February, the duo launched real-time detour detection. This feature automatically adds bus detours into the app, even if the data feed has not been updated by the transit agency. Want to bring detour detection to your city? Get the full details over at blog.transitapp.com

For “most dynamic visual effects”: Transit developer Félix won for his introduction of Dynamic Type into Transit. Now, small text on the home screen will appear magically bigger (such as upcoming departure times, and headsigns like “eastbound” or “westbound”, etc.) so you don’t have to squint like a bat without bifocals. Just update the system settings on your phone for Accessibility >> Display & Text Size.

For “most embarrassing bug fix”: we’ve removed the banner that said your phone had “Weak GPS” when your GPS was as muscular as Arnold in his Terminator era.

For “so sorry, we only caught this in post-production”: we now wait three minutes after a bus departure until asking you why you missed it (instead of asking you why you missed a bus that is still a few blocks away from your stop… oopsie!)

Well, that’s it! Big thanks to quick-walking TikTokker @haydenbegley for using Transit to catch her Metro Rail to the Oscars. We’ve planted five stars in her honour on the Release Notes Walk of Fame.
5.14.1
Mar 24, 2023
After travelling from Montreal to sunny Los Angeles via intercity rail, Greyhound, and freshwater lake freighter, we were rudely rebuffed at the Oscar doors. Apparently, all of Transit’s nominations had been demoted to the “non-televised” part of the ceremony!

Lest we let our ballgown (and LA Metro fare) go to waste, we’ll shine the Dolby Theatre’s $500,000 spotlight on the definitely-not-obscure categories that Transit was nominated for:

For “best performance in a roving detour”: Transit took home the Oscar alongside its Montreal production partner, the STM. In February, the duo launched real-time detour detection. This feature automatically adds bus detours into the app, even if the data feed has not been updated by the transit agency. Want to bring detour detection to your city? Get the full details over at blog.transitapp.com

For “most dynamic visual effects”: Transit developer Félix won for his introduction of Dynamic Type into Transit. Now, small text on the home screen will appear magically bigger (such as upcoming departure times, and headsigns like “eastbound” or “westbound”, etc.) so you don’t have to squint like a bat without bifocals. Just update the system settings on your phone for Accessibility >> Display & Text Size.

For “most embarrassing bug fix”: we’ve removed the banner that said your phone had “Weak GPS” when your GPS was as muscular as Arnold in his Terminator era.

For “so sorry, we only caught this in post-production”: we now wait three minutes after a bus departure until asking you why you missed it (instead of asking you why you missed a bus that is still a few blocks away from your stop… oopsie!)

Well, that’s it! Big thanks to quick-walking TikTokker @haydenbegley for using Transit to catch her Metro Rail to the Oscars. We’ve planted five stars in her honour on the Release Notes Walk of Fame.
5.14.0
Mar 17, 2023
After travelling from Montreal to sunny Los Angeles via intercity rail, Greyhound, and freshwater lake freighter, we were rudely rebuffed at the Oscar doors. Apparently, all of Transit’s nominations had been demoted to the “non-televised” part of the ceremony!

Lest we let our ballgown (and LA Metro fare) go to waste, we’ll shine the Dolby Theatre’s $500,000 spotlight on the definitely-not-obscure categories that Transit was nominated for:

For “best performance in a roving detour”: Transit took home the Oscar alongside its Montreal production partner, the STM. In February, the duo launched real-time detour detection. This feature automatically adds bus detours into the app, even if the data feed has not been updated by the transit agency. Want to bring detour detection to your city? Get the full details over at blog.transitapp.com

For “most dynamic visual effects”: Transit developer Félix won for his introduction of Dynamic Type into Transit. Now, small text on the home screen will appear magically bigger (such as upcoming departure times, and headsigns like “eastbound” or “westbound”, etc.) so you don’t have to squint like a bat without bifocals. Just update the system settings on your phone for Accessibility >> Display & Text Size.

For “most embarrassing bug fix”: we’ve removed the banner that said your phone had “Weak GPS” when your GPS was as muscular as Arnold in his Terminator era.

For “so sorry, we only caught this in post-production”: we now wait three minutes after a bus departure until asking you why you missed it (instead of asking you why you missed a bus that is still a few blocks away from your stop… oopsie!)

Well, that’s it! Big thanks to quick-walking TikTokker @haydenbegley for using Transit to catch her Metro Rail to the Oscars. We’ve planted five stars in her honour on the Release Notes Walk of Fame.
5.13.5
Feb 22, 2023
Our release notes writer is on holiday so we’re letting ChatGPT take his first crack at release notes:

* Added support for features
* Took away support for bugs
* Added support for “make an oblique hint that #project-detector is launching soon”
* Took away support for “release notes writer keeps calling the office, he’s worried about the new copy-writing robot”
* Added search functionality to display “Choose on map” after tapping “Where to?” for improved user experience
* Added free Royale for “the entire state of Connecticut” thanks to the support of “The Connecticut Department of Transportation”
* Added free Royale for Niagara Region Transit, Horizons Regional Council (NZ), and START Bus (Jackson, WY) thanks to the support of themselves

PS: we hope our mobile application has given you a satisfactory experience. If you had a satisfactory experience, please consider leaving a five-star review. And if you did not have a satisfactory experience, just remember that in Canada, I am always sorry.
5.13.4
Feb 20, 2023
Our release notes writer is on holiday so we’re letting ChatGPT take his first crack at release notes:

* Added support for features
* Took away support for bugs
* Added support for “make an oblique hint that #project-detector is launching soon”
* Took away support for “release notes writer keeps calling the office, he’s worried about the new copy-writing robot”
* Added search functionality to display “Choose on map” after tapping “Where to?” for improved user experience
* Added free Royale for “the entire state of Connecticut” thanks to the support of “The Connecticut Department of Transportation”
* Added free Royale for Niagara Region Transit, Horizons Regional Council (NZ), and START Bus (Jackson, WY) thanks to the support of themselves

PS: we hope our mobile application has given you a satisfactory experience. If you had a satisfactory experience, please consider leaving a five-star review. And if you did not have a satisfactory experience, just remember that in Canada, I am always sorry.
5.13.3
Feb 7, 2023
- Goodbye “10 years of Transit” birthday launch screen!
- Hello, way more snow than we bargained for…
- What’s in today’s forecast: a blizzard of invisible improvements to Transit’s backend logic
- This makes it easier for our developers to build and maintain Transit — and my-oh-my, what wonderful things we will build!
- For now though? Enjoy the bug fixes.

What else? Give it up for all these transit agencies who’ve given their riders free Royale:

- Muni (San Francisco, CA)
- VTA (San Jose, CA)
- Wheels (Livermore, CA)
- RTC (Reno, Nevada)
- The Rapid (Grand Rapids, MI)

Don’t see your agency on the list? Make your voice heard: let your agency know on Twitter that you want Royale brought to your city!

Last but not least: if you use Pierce Transit in Washington state, you can now purchase transit fare within the Transit. How perfectly logical!

PS: Hit the throttle, Aristotle: make our year by giving us a glittering five-star review!

PPS: spot a problem within Transit? We’re @transitapp on Twitter if you like your bug fixes with a side of more bug fixes
5.13.2
Feb 7, 2023
- Goodbye “10 years of Transit” birthday launch screen!
- Hello, way more snow than we bargained for…
- What’s in today’s forecast: a blizzard of invisible improvements to Transit’s backend logic
- This makes it easier for our developers to build and maintain Transit — and my-oh-my, what wonderful things we will build!
- For now though? Enjoy the bug fixes.

What else? Give it up for all these transit agencies who’ve given their riders free Royale:

- Muni (San Francisco, CA)
- VTA (San Jose, CA)
- Wheels (Livermore, CA)
- RTC (Reno, Nevada)
- The Rapid (Grand Rapids, MI)

Don’t see your agency on the list? Make your voice heard: let your agency know on Twitter that you want Royale brought to your city!

Last but not least: if you use Pierce Transit in Washington state, you can now purchase transit fare within the Transit. How perfectly logical!

PS: Hit the throttle, Aristotle: make our year by giving us a glittering five-star review!

PPS: spot a problem within Transit? We’re @transitapp on Twitter if you like your bug fixes with a side of more bug fixes
5.13.1
Jan 24, 2023
- Goodbye “10 years of Transit” birthday launch screen!
- Hello, way more snow than we bargained for…
- What’s in today’s forecast: a blizzard of invisible improvements to Transit’s backend logic
- This makes it easier for our developers to build and maintain Transit — and my-oh-my, what wonderful things we will build!
- For now though? Enjoy the bug fixes.

What else? Give it up for all these transit agencies who’ve given their riders free Royale:

- Muni (San Francisco, CA)
- VTA (San Jose, CA)
- Wheels (Livermore, CA)
- RTC (Reno, Nevada)
- The Rapid (Grand Rapids, MI)

Don’t see your agency on the list? Make your voice heard: let your agency know on Twitter that you want Royale brought to your city!

Last but not least: if you use Pierce Transit in Washington state, you can now purchase transit fare within the Transit. How perfectly logical!

PS: Hit the throttle, Aristotle: make our year by giving us a glittering five-star review!

PPS: spot a problem within Transit? We’re @transitapp on Twitter if you like your bug fixes with a side of more bug fixes
5.13.0
Dec 17, 2022
It’s that time of the year. The menorahs are blazing. The allspice is thick in the air. The overpriced pine tree you got from the lumberjack is making it rain (needles) all over your floor.

So why deck the halls? Save your holly, spare your vacuum. This holiday season, we’re bedecking your lock screen!

- Hello: Live Activities
- Stay attuned to the status of your GO trip, no app open required
- “Leave in x minutes!” “Get off at y station!” “Walk to z address!” — these are things for which we used to send a push notification (boring)
- Now, once you start a GO trip, we’ll give you the relevant update, right on your lock screen (amazing)
- Aaaaaand for the lucky iPhone 14 Pro’ers among you?
- Santa has rescued his misfit notch from the darkness, and turned it into a Dynamic Island of Transit Joy!
- (If you don’t have an iPhone 14 Pro, we’ll show your GO Live Activity at the top of the screen)
- Live Activities will disappear once your GO trip is over

PS: The only thing we love more than gingerbread cookies? A glowing end-of-year 5 star review. Leave us one & we’ll blaze as bright as Rudolph’s nose ;)

PPS: we’re @transitapp on Twitter if you spot any bugs (or have a wishlist wish for Transit’s elves)
5.12.9
Nov 29, 2022
Besides warding off the advances of an eccentric billionaire… this month we put our vintage road bike into storage and put Ol’ Rusty back into service: he might not be fast, but he skids like a dream. Salt. Snow. Stud-tired cycling. In case you had any doubts about our Montreal bonafides.

And if ya aren’t yet ready to join the handlebar mitten crew, b’y? We got you regardless:

- Fixed a covert GO bug where we didn’t send you a notification to “Leave now!”
- Sorry — we thought you were running to the stop!
- (Turns out you were just running around your apartment.)
- GO notifications should be back to normal. Tweet @transitapp for any lingering weirdness

- Quoi d’autre? You’ll now see any upcoming “holiday” service changes (for those days Santa has poached your transit agency’s reindeer and sleighs)

- Pop open any line's schedule to check when the last bus of the day comes (even if you don’t have Royale)
- We’ll append a big chonky “LAST” to the last day’s departure on the home screen

- Fun(dy) times ahead for riders in Saint John, NB: your agency has gifted you free Royale. Likewise for riders of Torrance Transit (California), Taranaki Regional Council (New Zealand), and Pace (Illinois).

And bug fixes galore, as one might expect.

Rate us five stars if you can hear the CLANK CLANK CLANK of Ol’ Rusty coming down the street
5.12.8
Nov 2, 2022
Peak foliage. Manic squirrels. The annual ritual of having slapped together the lowest-effort Halloween costume in an hour or less. (You spent months on your outfit? We put some mascara on our nose and called ourself a “cat”. Meow! So sorry… time flies when you’re chasing bugs.)

Under the hood: the usual this and that.

- Our iOS widget crashed when handling a few exceptionally quirky transit lines — we’re now ridiculously quirk-tolerant.
- We elongated the shadow on your vehicle’s “crowding status indicator”. Not because you complained, but because you deserved better.
- Other things that you won’t notice now but maybe you will later.

What else? Who needs Halloween when you can celebrate Transit’s 10th birthday with a new birthday-themed Transit icon aaaand a new launch screen! (What?? Our birthday was a few months ago??? Sorry we forgot… we were too busy choosing what type of cat we’d be for Halloween.)

And if you ride the bus with Hele-On (in Hawaii), Huron Shores Area Transit (Ontario), or PVTA (Pioneer Valley, MA) — you can forget the tricks this year. Your agency is giving out treats galore: hello, free Transit Royale for you!

PS: Don’t have Royale yet? Ask your agency. Or better yet… go ahead and subscribe! For less than the price of a bag of Tootsie Rolls, you can help our team keep the treats coming all year long. And let’s be honest. Who needs more Tootsie Rolls in their life?

Rate us five stars and we’ll turn a pumpkin into a munchkin.
5.12.7
Oct 17, 2022
- The years start coming, and they don’t stop coming.
- Unless you’ve got a time picker bug where the picker ain’t running
- And does it make sense not to live for fun?
- No! So we switched the GO robo-voice back to our old one.
- So much to do! So much to see!
- So what’s wrong with making a bug fix?
- You’ll never know if you don’t go…
- …try and unlock a bikeshare with a QR code*

*which you can now do for POGOH (Pittsburgh) and HI Bike (Big Island, Hawaii) right within Transit!

More glitter: free Royale has been unlocked for all-stars who ride PSTA in St. Petersburg, Florida; Pierce Transit in Washington State; and Rogue Valley Transportation District in Oregon.

More gold: if your agency has gifted you Transit Royale, you no longer have to manually redeem your subscription in the app — we’ll upgrade you automatically.

Nothing more from us. Get your game on and go play, you bus-borne bandicoots.

PS: rate us five stars to replace the shape of an “L” on her forehead with a winning “W”
5.12.6
Sep 30, 2022
- The years start coming, and they don’t stop coming.
- Unless you’ve got a time picker bug where the picker ain’t running
- And does it make sense not to live for fun?
- No! So we switched the GO robo-voice back to our old one.
- So much to do! So much to see!
- So what’s wrong with making a bug fix?
- You’ll never know if you don’t go…
- …try and unlock a bikeshare with a QR code*

*which you can now do for POGOH (Pittsburgh) and HI Bike (Big Island, Hawaii) right within Transit!

More glitter: free Royale has been unlocked for all-stars who ride PSTA in St. Petersburg, Florida; Pierce Transit in Washington State; and Rogue Valley Transportation District in Oregon.

More gold: if your agency has gifted you Transit Royale, you no longer have to manually redeem your subscription in the app — we’ll upgrade you automatically.

Nothing more from us. Get your game on and go play, you bus-borne bandicoots.

PS: rate us five stars to replace the shape of an “L” on her forehead with a winning “W”
5.12.5
Sep 9, 2022
The ice cream parlours have been boarded up. The golf bag is back in the closet along with the bikinis, shuttlecocks and lawn darts. Oh gosh, is it September already? We didn’t even get to wear our Borat leisure suit to the beach this year!

Hello back-to-school, hello back-to-hockey, hello back-to-flannel-and-cardigans, but most of all GOODBYE LATE SUMMER BUGS!

What else is coming your way?

- We packed a back-to-school care package chock full o’ free Royale for riders of CAMBUS (University of Iowa), UDASH (University of Montana), and Shuttle-UM (University of Maryland)
- Plus: everyone who rides RTC (Las Vegas), RTA (New Orleans), Mountain Line (Flagstaff, AZ), RTA (Central Maryland), and every bus rider in the Green Mountain State (Go! Vermont) have also been given Royale, gratis!
- Calgary Transit riders can now purchase fares in the app and hail on-demand transit shuttles
- The pumpkin spice latte is dead. Long live the butternut squash cortado.

Rate us five stars to unlock the smell of fresh school supplies.

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