• Fully offline schedules for all bus routes and stops in the TransLink transit service area
• First and last departure information for all bus stops, SeaBus, SkyTrain, and West Coast Express train stations
• Finding nearby bus stops
• Ability to keep a list of favourite bus stops, and rename them
• Bus route diagrams (with network data)
• 12 or 24-hour time display based on your device preferences
• Taxi and other contact numbers
• Station and stop accessibility info
TransitDB Vancouver does not have trip planning functionality. If you need trip planning, try Google Maps or TransLink's trip planner.
Many more features are in the works. Watch for real-time transit schedules - coming soon!
Found a bug? Got some suggestions? Please let us know using the app's built-in feedback form.
Offline transit schedules provided by TransLink. TransitDB Vancouver is not affiliated with TransLink.
BusLink is a simple and easy to use app that provides real time information for TransLink buses.
* Find out when the next bus is arriving
* See buses on the map in real time
* Find nearby bus stops
* Save favourites and give them nicknames
* Search for bus routes, or stops
* Street view integration to see a 360 view of any bus stop
This app requires a data connection for maps and bus/schedule information.
Route and arrival data used in this product or service is provided by permission of TransLink. TransLink assumes no responsibility for the accuracy or currency of the Data used in this product or service.
BusLink is not affiliated with TransLink.
• Slide from the left edge of the screen to see nearby stops.
• Swipe a bus stop item left or right to see additional bus times and routes serving that stop.
• Tap on a bus stop item to see the schedule for the next 10 buses serving that stop.
• Zoom into the map to see an overlay of bus stops
Select your preferred routes from a filterable list, and LIVE bus locations will be overlaid on a map. Tap the bus to see when its location was last updated, or press the refresh button to get the latest locations.
Zoom in to see bus stops overlaid on the map, and tap a stop icon to view the arrival times for all bus routes that stop there. The settings screen allows you to toggle between live arrival time predictions (i.e. 10 min) and the static schedule (i.e. 3:22 PM).
Not affiliated with Translink.
Questions? Comments? Suggestions? Complaints? E-mail me!
- Full version free to use
- Multiple bus selections for each stop
- Find Me feature allows for device GPS search of stops around you
- Save frequently used buses and stops for quick access
- See where your bus is on Google Maps
Vancouver SkyTrain supports the 3 major SkyTrain lines in Greater Vancouver: Canada line, Expo line and the Millennium line. Get yourself prepared before your next skytrain trip!
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UPDATED - Includes all City of Vancouver Cams and BC Ferries too!
Traffic web cams for commuters in Vancouver, BC, Canada
Ready to head home and you want to check the traffic? Live Traffic Vancouver is the fastest way to get to the traffic web cams that matter to you. Instead of browsing to a web site and working your way through the menus and map graphics to find a web camera just open Live Traffic Vancouver on your android and go straight to the camera you want with one click. Navigate through the other cameras along your route, in order, with a simple Next button.
Should I stay or should I go?
The traffic is slowing to a crawl. Is it going to clear quickly or is it time to bail and find a better route? Open Live Traffic Vancouver, select the nearest camera with one click and then navigate through the web cams along your route to see how far the congestion continues.
Cameras are maintained by BC Ministry of
Transportation and Infrastructure. Individual cameras may be inoperative due to weather conditions or maintenance requirements.
If any cameras are missing let me know and I will add them asap :)
Use a map to select your pick-up location, and track the location of your taxi.
Receive notification alerts about the status of your booking, and when your taxi arrives.
TAXI BOOKING FEATURES:
•Request a taxi right now, or select a future date and time for pick-up.
•Don’t know your location? – Send the taxi to your current GPS position.
•You can also tap a location on a map, or type in a pick-up address.
•Save a pick-up address as a favorite, and use it for future bookings.
•Select booking options for your taxi (wheelchair accessible, pet-friendly, etc.)
•Send additional info the driver – type a message, up to 255 characters.
•A confirmation message lets you know your booking request was accepted.
•Push notifications alert you when your taxi is on the way, and when it has arrived.
•Display the current location of your taxi on a map.
•Cancel a booking.
•Display up to three previous bookings made with your mobile device.
•Tap a button to make a phone call Yellow Cab Vancouver (if app is installed on a phone).
NOTE: If the Yellow Cab Vancouver app is installed on a tablet, the feature to call Yellow Cab Vancouver is disabled.
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Access REALTIME next bus times for any stop and view the exact locations of all buses serving a given stop. Next Transit Vancouver offers complete offline access to Translink schedules for Bus, Seabus, and Skytrain when Wi-Fi or data is not available.
☆ Realtime search: Search stops by stop code or street name. Instantly fetches the upcoming buses and their times from Translink. Offline schedules is used if real time/live search is not available.
☆ Bus locations: Tired of not knowing where your buses are? Search up a stop and press to the map button to see where your buses are in realtime
☆ Maps: Quickly view all the bus stops on a map and find the one you're looking for. Tap the map icon under the routes view to view the route on a map.
☆ Notifications: Want to know when your buses arrive before you even ask? Set a recurring notification for a stop to get realtime arrival times automatically popup on your phone or Android Wear device.
☆ Departure times: Navigate between Weekday, Saturday, or Sunday/Holiday schedules or pick the time you want to leave a given stop by tapping on the clock icon after you've looked up a stop.
☆ Route search: What buses go to UBC? Search up a route number or destination to bring up a list of stops for that particular route.
☆ Favorites: Tap the star icon to gain quick access to a stop or route from the home screen. Because less work is cool.
☆ Nearby stops: Lost? Find nearby stops without using wifi or data! NextTransit calculates the distance to and orientation you should point your phone to get to each stop!
☆ Complete Translink Schedules: Search a stop and tap the '19' routes icon to access the full schedule of that stop.
Once unpacked, NextTransit will require approx. 75 MB of space on your phone memory. NextTransit may take up to a few minutes (depending on the device) on first launch to build the database on your phone.
This app is ad-supported. We are not affiliated with Translink. Coded with care at the UBC Vancouver campus.
The project is largely built through images and text by neighourhood residents and users. In its first stage, Gleaning focuses on the Marpole neighbourhood of Vancouver, a now-residential area that was once farmland, and before that important within First Nations trade.
The map sorts this information into layers that may be turned on and off:
• Public Food: food trees and edible plantings in public spaces, berry patches, fishing spots, etc.
• Community: shared food-based resources, such as community gardens, soup kitchens, food-related neighbourhood services, and water sources.
• History: historical information about agriculture, trade, hunting, and gathering.
• Environment: information about the natural environment, geography and geology of the area.
By registering, users may save their favourite markers and contribute to the map.
Gleaning, a project conceived by Germaine Koh, has been commissioned by Emily Carr University of Art + Design, funded in part by a Mitacs Accelerate Internship Grant in conjunction with the research project chART: Public Art Marpole. This research is supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council and the GRAND research network. Visual design: Maia Rowan. Programming: Daniel Conde.
How To Contribute:
Gleaning is built from information and images provided by the public. You can either add information to existing maps markers, or create new ones.
Begin by registering and logging in via email, Facebook or Google. The user icon is in the top menu bar.
Adding to an existing marker
If you have additional information to contribute to an existing marker, use the "Add info" button at the bottom when viewing that page. You can then select and image and/or enter text. Your information will be sent to a moderator for approval.
Adding a new marker
When possible, try to add to an existing marker instead of creating a new one.
Markers should be geographically located as accurately as possible. If your item is not a place -- for example, an event or community group -- place it in an appropriate starting-point, meeting spot, or headquarters.
1. Zoom in to the map to get a precise location, and press the "+" button to place the marker.
2. An information screen will prompt you for a title and short description of the marker, and ask what kind of location it is (Historical, Food Source, Community, or Environment). Then you may enter a longer descriptive text and/or upload an image from your mobile.
3. Your marker will be submitted for approval.