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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 X: @transitapp**
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What's New in the Latest Version 5.15.21

Last updated on Jul 19, 2024
Old Versions
Aaaaand we’re back to our regular scheduled programming: after 27 days, our copywriter has returned from his butt-corroding bicycle trip across the United States. Ten states, 4189 miles, and 46 bags of Haribo gummy bears later, his feet are a crime scene and his neck is crispier than the bacon at McDonald’s.

Of course it wouldn’t be a warm welcome without balloons, cake, aloe vera, and a basket of fresh bug fixes for him to announce:

- Feral service alerts have been tamed, no more inconsistencies when you look up different stops or route directions
- Labels for bike lanes in the trip planner have been switched to “frog green” from “croc green” despite the crocodiles’ tears of protest
- Plenty of behind-the-scenes changes, soon yours to discover, just like the license plates of Ontario

Well, that’s it! Stay tuned for a big summer of feature announcements — and don’t forget to rate us five stars for outrunning the hungry dogs of Kentucky.
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Version History
5.15.21
Jul 19, 2024
Aaaaand we’re back to our regular scheduled programming: after 27 days, our copywriter has returned from his butt-corroding bicycle trip across the United States. Ten states, 4189 miles, and 46 bags of Haribo gummy bears later, his feet are a crime scene and his neck is crispier than the bacon at McDonald’s.

Of course it wouldn’t be a warm welcome without balloons, cake, aloe vera, and a basket of fresh bug fixes for him to announce:

- Feral service alerts have been tamed, no more inconsistencies when you look up different stops or route directions
- Labels for bike lanes in the trip planner have been switched to “frog green” from “croc green” despite the crocodiles’ tears of protest
- Plenty of behind-the-scenes changes, soon yours to discover, just like the license plates of Ontario

Well, that’s it! Stay tuned for a big summer of feature announcements — and don’t forget to rate us five stars for outrunning the hungry dogs of Kentucky.
5.15.20
Jul 13, 2024
Aaaaand we’re back to our regular scheduled programming: after 27 days, our copywriter has returned from his butt-corroding bicycle trip across the United States. Ten states, 4189 miles, and 46 bags of Haribo gummy bears later, his feet are a crime scene and his neck is crispier than the bacon at McDonald’s.

Of course it wouldn’t be a warm welcome without balloons, cake, aloe vera, and a basket of fresh bug fixes for him to announce:

- Feral service alerts have been tamed, no more inconsistencies when you look up different stops or route directions
- Labels for bike lanes in the trip planner have been switched to “frog green” from “croc green” despite the crocodiles’ tears of protest
- Plenty of behind-the-scenes changes, soon yours to discover, just like the license plates of Ontario

Well, that’s it! Stay tuned for a big summer of feature announcements — and don’t forget to rate us five stars for outrunning the hungry dogs of Kentucky.
5.15.19
Jun 26, 2024
Our release notes writer is taking some time off. Before leaving, he sent every Transit employee a text with an inscrutable hyperlink.

Turns out it’s no phishing scam: it’s an hour-by-hour map of our bard’s bike route across the U-S-A, a coast-to-coast odyssey fueled by a panier full of Montreal bagels. Hopefully all this bike experience will come in handy when he gets back in time for next month’s release notes……

Transit writer? More like bike rider amirite ha ha ha ha ha come back soon we are not very good at writing release notes without you

Also, bug fixes.

Rate us 5 stars and send our cycling scribe some love
5.15.18
Jun 14, 2024
Our release notes writer is taking some time off. Before leaving, he sent every Transit employee a text with an inscrutable hyperlink.

Turns out it’s no phishing scam: it’s an hour-by-hour map of our bard’s bike route across the U-S-A, a coast-to-coast odyssey fueled by a panier full of Montreal bagels. Hopefully all this bike experience will come in handy when he gets back in time for next month’s release notes……

Transit writer? More like bike rider amirite ha ha ha ha ha come back soon we are not very good at writing release notes without you

Also, bug fixes.

Rate us 5 stars and send our cycling scribe some love
5.15.17
May 17, 2024
Hey, May. When the tulips roar into bloom, the picnic baskets come out of storage, and the first varsity jorts of the season are seen rippling along the boulevards.

We’ve been whittling the spring away in sing-song toil at Transit HQ, making pull request after melodious pull request, setting you all up for a sub-stantial sequence of midsummer announcements.

As we put the finishing touches on our metro-politan magnum opuses, let us refresh your glass with a big swig of bug abatements and new Transit markets: Porto! Lisbon! Dubai! Scotland! Whether you’re taking the Clockwork Orange in Glasgow, ripping the Red Line to the Burj Khalifa, or patronizing Porto’s Purple Line to find the purplest port in town — we’ve got you covered.

Speaking of coverage… rate us five stars to pay your respects to the Transit devs beasting in the Underground.

PS: Got a hunch on what’s barreling down the third rail to a station near you? Field your best guesses @transitapp
5.15.16
Apr 19, 2024
The eclipse has passed. The sun has incinerated the last remaining snowflakes of Canada’s winter. Which means Montreal’s super cyclists have escaped from their exercise-bike-equipped basements and taken back the smooth tarmac of Circuit Gilles Villeneuve from the F1 racecars. Sometimes we ride down on our fixed gear bikes to watch the roadies pedal in circles for hours and hours in their skintight suits, like they’re training to be the prettiest horse at the Kentucky Derby.

Back home at Transit HQ, we’ve made the usual spring cleaning adjustments, and more:

- We’ve added bikeshare fare info to the app (in select cities, more to come) so you can see how much a ride on those metal tanks will run you
- New iOS emojis have been christened and added to our GO nickname generator
- Real-time data for nearby lines should now load a picosecond or two faster (by prioritizing downloads for visible lines first, and then downloading real-time for ones further away as you scroll down the list of lines)
- Other bug fixes and aerodynamic improvements

Rate us five stars to put Sriracha in the roadies’ bike bottles for extra motivation.
5.15.15
Mar 22, 2024
Spring is peeping out of the curtains and keeping us on our toes. One day we’re sunbathing on the mountain. The next day we’re wringing melted snow out of our wool socks and defanging the icicles in our beards.

As the mercury meter hops around like a jack-in-the-box, we’re bringing you a weatherproofed wagon of minor improvements, including:

- Better bicycle trip plans. You’ll now see a wider variety of options with fewer overlapping legs/zigzagging portions. We’ll also favour trip legs with bike paths and lightly-trafficked roads even more than before
- Tweaks that make your GO live activities easier to peep at from the Dynamic Island
- Added bathtub plugs and caulking to leaky strings in the UI, everything is pixel perfect now

Anything else? Yes, but you’ll have to wait until the next update!

Rate us five stars to ask Helios and his solar horses for five more solar eclipses.
5.15.14
Mar 1, 2024
Whoever planned the annual American public transit conference to be in NEW ORLEANS and overlap with MARDI GRAS? We salute you… and fear you. We’re now in recovery mode after a week’s worth of parade-chasing, streetcar-riding, agency-collaborating, and haunted walks around the French Quarter.

Back home in Montreal, our loyal developers were foregoing the agency meetings, palm trees, and Bourbon street lemonades — and cooked up a gumbo of bug fixes for you all. Good thing we brought them back a pot of gumbo for real.

Rate us five stars to laissez les bons temps rouler… without letting the bugs rouler out of control.
5.15.13
Feb 25, 2024
Whoever planned the annual American public transit conference to be in NEW ORLEANS and overlap with MARDI GRAS? We salute you… and fear you. We’re now in recovery mode after a week’s worth of parade-chasing, streetcar-riding, agency-collaborating, and haunted walks around the French Quarter.

Back home in Montreal, our loyal developers were foregoing the agency meetings, palm trees, and Bourbon street lemonades — and cooked up a gumbo of bug fixes for you all. Good thing we brought them back a pot of gumbo for real.

Rate us five stars to laissez les bons temps rouler… without letting the bugs rouler out of control.
5.15.12
Feb 7, 2024
The forecast in Florida called for “falling iguanas” this month, as the sunshine state experienced a cold snap so cold it stunned the lizards in the trees. While our cold-blooded friends defrosted on the sidewalk, we waxed our cross-country skis, glided to the office, and got busy counting the number of snowed-in and snow-cleared bus stops in Montreal (see transitapp.com/snow for more info).

To keep the windchill at bay, our designer Béa knitted up some beautiful new in-app icons that will warm your heart… and feet. You can inspect her nimble-fingered needlework by navigating to the Royale section in the app settings. (Anyone can see her new app icons, but only our loyal subscribers can add them to their homescreen!)

Other than that? New year, new bug fixes:
- The illegibility wars between dark fonts and dark backgrounds (and light fonts and light backgrounds) that have vexed users of Dark Mode and other colourful in-app themes has reached a détente, thanks to our favourite in-app function, HighContrast.
- Planning a trip? We’ve made it easier to buy fares — even for trips that span different transit agencies! You’ll now see a neat “buy ticket” button, below the relevant leg of your trip, when you look up trip directions in the app.

Nothing else to report… time to go ice fishing.


PS: App glitch? Dropped stitch? We’re @transitapp on Twitterville. Rate us five stars if your usual place is chillier than red hot chili peppers.
5.15.11
Jan 27, 2024
The forecast in Florida called for “falling iguanas” this month, as the sunshine state experienced a cold snap so cold it stunned the lizards in the trees. While our cold-blooded friends defrosted on the sidewalk, we waxed our cross-country skis, glided to the office, and got busy counting the number of snowed-in and snow-cleared bus stops in Montreal (see transitapp.com/snow for more info).

To keep the windchill at bay, our designer Béa knitted up some beautiful new in-app icons that will warm your heart… and feet. You can inspect her nimble-fingered needlework by navigating to the Royale section in the app settings. (Anyone can see her new app icons, but only our loyal subscribers can add them to their homescreen!)

Other than that? New year, new bug fixes:
- The illegibility wars between dark fonts and dark backgrounds (and light fonts and light backgrounds) that have vexed users of Dark Mode and other colourful in-app themes has reached a détente, thanks to our favourite in-app function, HighContrast.
- Planning a trip? We’ve made it easier to buy fares — even for trips that span different transit agencies! You’ll now see a neat “buy ticket” button, below the relevant leg of your trip, when you look up trip directions in the app.

Nothing else to report… time to go ice fishing.

PS: App glitch? Dropped stitch? We’re @transitapp on Twitterville. Rate us five stars if your usual place is chillier than red hot chili peppers.
5.15.10
Dec 20, 2023
Ah. The ides of December. When the buses in Canada get decked out in the grooviest winter tires. When those wild winter bikers shed the skintight lycra for balaclavas, ski masks, enormous lobster mittens…  proving once and for all what “hardcore” really means.

Back at Transit HQ, we’re managing the fleets despite the sleets, running over bugs with our studded-tire BIXI bikes. Who decided to call this “autumn”? Was it you, New Orleans?

- You can now dismiss our post-ride questionnaire where we ask you “how was your ride, out of five stars?” by swiping down
- Fixed issue with GO when we’d ask you “are you on the J or the F train?” when you were actually on a secret third train… we’re now better at asking which bus or train you’re on when there’s a lot of nearby overlapping transit lines (or the same line but with different branches)
- The developers hereby apologize to the designers for misnaming some of the 50 shades of grey in Transit’s colour bible (“you call that ‘elephant hide’? It’s obviously light pewter.”)
- Fixed issue where the little robot man who feeds real-time data into the app was skipping like a Green Day CD in your brother’s old Walkman
- Montreal snowbirds can now purchase 747 bus tickets from the airport to downtown, right in the app
- Other bug fixes as dry as these Decembers days are short

Don’t forget to rate us five stars. And if you find a bug? Send us an email (info@transit.app) or drop us a note on Google Plus… we hear it now has more users than Twitter?

PS: is that a new in-app icon I see? I wonder what it could all mean… manifesto.transitapp.com
5.15.9
Dec 17, 2023
Ah. The ides of December. When the buses in Canada get decked out in the grooviest winter tires. When those wild winter bikers shed the skintight lycra for balaclavas, ski masks, enormous lobster mittens…  proving once and for all what “hardcore” really means.

Back at Transit HQ, we’re managing the fleets despite the sleets, running over bugs with our studded-tire BIXI bikes. Who decided to call this “autumn”? Was it you, New Orleans?

- You can now dismiss our post-ride questionnaire where we ask you “how was your ride, out of five stars?” by swiping down
- Fixed issue with GO when we’d ask you “are you on the J or the F train?” when you were actually on a secret third train… we’re now better at asking which bus or train you’re on when there’s a lot of nearby overlapping transit lines (or the same line but with different branches)
- The developers hereby apologize to the designers for misnaming some of the 50 shades of grey in Transit’s colour bible (“you call that ‘elephant hide’? It’s obviously light pewter.”)
- Fixed issue where the little robot man who feeds real-time data into the app was skipping like a Green Day CD in your brother’s old Walkman
- Montreal snowbirds can now purchase 747 bus tickets from the airport to downtown, right in the app
- Other bug fixes as dry as these Decembers days are short

Don’t forget to rate us five stars. And if you find a bug? Send us an email (info@transit.app) or drop us a note on Google Plus… we hear it now has more users than Twitter?

PS: is that a new in-app icon I see? I wonder what it could all mean… manifesto.transitapp.com
5.15.7
Nov 24, 2023
Ah. The ides of December. When the buses in Canada get decked out in the grooviest winter tires. When those wild winter bikers shed the skintight lycra for balaclavas, ski masks, enormous lobster mittens…  proving once and for all what “hardcore” really means.

Back at Transit HQ, we’re managing the fleets despite the sleets, running over bugs with our studded-tire BIXI bikes. Who decided to call this “autumn”? Was it you, New Orleans?

- You can now dismiss our post-ride questionnaire where we ask you “how was your ride, out of five stars?” by swiping down
- Fixed issue with GO when we’d ask you “are you on the J or the F train?” when you were actually on a secret third train… we’re now better at asking which bus or train you’re on when there’s a lot of nearby overlapping transit lines (or the same line but with different branches)
- The developers hereby apologize to the designers for misnaming some of the 50 shades of grey in Transit’s colour bible (“you call that ‘elephant hide’? It’s obviously light pewter.”)
- Fixed issue where the little robot man who feeds real-time data into the app was skipping like a Green Day CD in your brother’s old Walkman
- Montreal snowbirds can now purchase 747 bus tickets from the airport to downtown, right in the app
- Other bug fixes as dry as these Decembers days are short

Don’t forget to rate us five stars. And if you find a bug? Send us an email (info@transit.app) or drop us a note on Google Plus… we hear it now has more users than Twitter?

PS: is that a new in-app icon I see? I wonder what it could all mean… manifesto.transitapp.com
5.15.6
Oct 31, 2023
Strap on your gold lamé shorts, holster your toast, and turn the safety off on your favourite umbrella: it’s Rocky Horror Picture Show season.

We’ve cooked up a few horrors of our own in this update: if you live in New York City, behold our new Subway Rat Detector which lets you report rat sightings on the subway and look up how ratty your local stop is. For the leaderboard of rattiest stations, visit transitapp.com/rats

Got fun transit-related questions should we ask riders in your city? Does Paris really put the “rat” in “RATP”? What lurketh beneath the London Underground, besides a battalion of ghosts?

Tell us on Twitter @transitapp!

Other relevant house-keepings and mouse-peepings:
- On an underground train? We can now detect when you're on the move (even when your GPS is spotty) which will smooth out some quirks in your GO experience
- We removed the “protected lane tag” for shared bus + bike lanes in the bicycle trip planner
- Is your Apple Watch cluttered with Transit logos? You can now shelve our complication in the launcher widget, for a cleaner watchface
- Couldn’t set a GO reminder before a trip? Here’s your reminder that we fixed the bug… and now you can
- Other black magic, potions, and spells, per usual

Rate us five stars with costume ideas so the release notes team can finally win Halloween at the office.
5.15.5
Oct 27, 2023
Strap on your gold lamé shorts, holster your toast, and turn the safety off on your favourite umbrella: it’s Rocky Horror Picture Show season.

We’ve cooked up a few horrors of our own in this update: if you live in New York City, behold our new Subway Rat Detector which lets you report rat sightings on the subway and look up how ratty your local stop is. For the leaderboard of rattiest stations, visit transitapp.com/rats

Got fun transit-related questions should we ask riders in your city? Does Paris really put the “rat” in “RATP”? What lurketh beneath the London Underground, besides a battalion of ghosts?

Tell us on Twitter @transitapp!

Other relevant house-keepings and mouse-peepings:
- On an underground train? We can now detect your GO location a bit more accurately (to give you better turn-by-turn directions, and rat-spotting precision)
- We removed the “protected lane tag” for shared bus + bike lanes in the bicycle trip planner
- Is your Apple Watch cluttered with Transit logos? You can now shelve our complication in the launcher widget, for a cleaner watchface
- Couldn’t set a GO reminder before a trip? Here’s your reminder that we fixed the bug… and now you can
- Other black magic, potions, and spells, per usual

Rate us five stars with costume ideas so the release notes team can finally win Halloween at the office.
5.15.3
Oct 6, 2023
- Our real-time detour detector is now up and running in Vermont, Vegas, Baltimore, and Torrance, CA, to identify wayward buses the moment they stray from their regular route, with help from our swift-footed friends at Swiftly.
- For any bus line on a planned detour, we’ll reroute your trip plans and update your ETAs accordingly
- You can also tap the detoured bus line to see its new path (and see which of its regularly-scheduled stops are getting skipped)
- As we continue to master the detour, we have somehow perfected the segue:
- Better bike directions are now live! Plan a trip, see which trip legs are protected by bike paths, and choose between competing trip plans to optimize for maximizing safety vs. minimizing elevation vs. setting land speed records in your pedal-powered turboprop
- Contrary to industry rumours, our show “The Real Bus Drivers of New Jersey” will not be getting picked up by Bravo
- Have you ever tapped on a transit line and seen vehicles for that line floating off and away from their expected route path? Sometimes, it’s a detour, but in most cases, it’s because that transit line has multiple configurations, be it branches (hi Boston!), loops (Chicago!), express vs. local dichotomies, or because the line runs along different streets depending on the direction it’s headed
- TL;DR: for transit lines that don’t always follow the same exact stops, we’ve filtered out the irrelevant vehicles that won’t stop at your stop, and simplified the route paths you see — no more mystery mobiles floating in the Transit map either.

Rate us five stars for fixing Chicago’s loop-de-loops from our tent stoop in Rivière-du-Loup.
5.15.2
Sep 30, 2023
- Our real-time detour detector is now up and running in Vermont, Vegas, Baltimore, and Torrance, CA, to identify wayward buses the moment they stray from their regular route, with help from our swift-footed friends at Swiftly.
- For any bus line on a planned detour, we’ll reroute your trip plans and update your ETAs accordingly
- You can also tap the detoured bus line to see its new path (and see which of its regularly-scheduled stops are getting skipped)
- As we continue to master the detour, we have somehow perfected the segue:
- Better bike directions are now live! Plan a trip, see which trip legs are protected by bike paths, and choose between competing trip plans to optimize for maximizing safety vs. minimizing elevation vs. setting land speed records in your pedal-powered turboprop
- Contrary to industry rumours, our show “The Real Bus Drivers of New Jersey” will not be getting picked up by Bravo
- Have you ever tapped on a transit line and seen vehicles for that line floating off and away from their expected route path? Sometimes, it’s a detour, but in most cases, it’s because that transit line has multiple configurations, be it branches (hi Boston!), loops (Chicago!), express vs. local dichotomies, or because the line runs along different streets depending on the direction it’s headed
- TL;DR: for transit lines that don’t always follow the same exact stops, we’ve filtered out the irrelevant vehicles that won’t stop at your stop, and simplified the route paths you see — no more mystery mobiles floating in the Transit map either.

Rate us five stars for fixing Chicago’s loop-de-loops from our tent stoop in Rivière-du-Loup.
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)

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