South Shore

3.4
1.74K reviews
100K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

The South Shore Line's mobile ticketing solution allows customers to get schedule information, purchase tickets and use their smartphone as an active ticket. Tickets can be purchased from anywhere at any time and activated just prior to boarding the train. It makes traveling on the South Shore easy and convenient.
Updated on
Sep 28, 2020

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3.4
1.74K reviews
samuel Guevara
March 12, 2022
I was using this app for months and then all of a sudden it started crashing tonight upon catching the last train from millennium station. I tried clearing the cache, uninstalling, reinstalling, restarting and completely turning off my phone for 10 minutes. I cannot even get enough time to screenshot the crash. I have a Samsung A02s. Please help?!
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A Google user
November 14, 2018
The app was much more user friendly prior to the latest update. It used to save my schedule info (departing and arriving stations) and all it took to check eastbound schedule was to hit the reverse button between the saved stations. Now you have to go into the menu and select the station stops you need in order to generate a schedule. May seem like a little thing, but when ur looking for the next train out of Chicago, sometimes those precious seconds can cost you an hour or more of your time
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Bytemark, Inc.
June 27, 2019
Hi Kimberly, thanks for your feedback. In the recent release of the app, the schedule info is now being saved. Checking your departure and return trips should be a lot easier now. Hopefully this new version addresses your concerns.
A Google user
September 18, 2018
The latest update has removed amazing features for people who just want to view train schedules. The current way to view a schedule requires you to select a departure and a destination and then it will generate a giant table of all trains. This might be a "so what?c moment until you realize they had it better before this update. You used to be able to select a departure and destination. And it would automatically generate the table, focusing on the NEXT available train. You could also push ONE button and it would reverse the two, you know, in case you wanted to see what time you had to be at the exact same station to go back home. You have to go back and regenerate a giant table (after reelecting the departure/destination again), and then sort through every train to find the one you want. For people who just need to know when the next train is, they certainly made the schedules harder to reach within the app and less user friendly. This is the only feature I care about and I might as well just go print out the table at work and carry that around now.
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What's new

New ticket display;
New tabs for active tickets and ticket history;
“Submit a Report” feature, to be used for non-app related passenger comments/complaints/suggestions/questions;
“Contact App Support” embedded submission box to be used for app questions/comments/complaints (previously the link opened the phone’s email client).