This MBTA tracker includes support for the Orange line, Red line, and Blue line on the MBTA subway system in Boston, Cambridge and surrounding areas.
When taking the Boston subway, this MBTA app will make your commute much better!
You can now time your commute to perfectly line up with the MBTA schedule so you never need to stand around waiting at the station! Show up exactly when the train does!
Taking the Boston T becomes much less stressful when you know you won't be waiting forever for the next train to arrive.
Note that real time info for the MBTA Green line is not supported by any MBTA app due to the age and technical limitations of the train tracks it uses. The Green line will not be supported in the near future.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any problem, and please report a crash if you see one! Twitter feed for bug updates: @bostonbusmap
- choose a mode by clicking the button on the upper right corner. You can see all vehicles at once, vehicles for a single route, bus predictions for a single route, or only bus predictions on favorited stops
- choose a route by clicking the menu button and clicking "Routes". You can also type in the route in the search textbox
- click on a stop to show the next few buses that are driving by.
- click 'more info' to show more predictions for that stop
- click 'report problem' to report a problem with the predictions
- click the star in the popup (see screenshot) to mark a stop as a favorite
- choose a favorite stop by pressing the menu button and clicking "Favorite stops"
- center on your current location by clicking the menu button and choosing "My Location". The speed and accuracy of location information depends on your phone location settings. You can tweak those in Home -> Settings -> Location & Security
- draw the path along a route by clicking the menu button, going to Settings and selecting "Show route path"
- this app should work for all touchscreen devices that are Android 1.5 and up (which means pretty much all Android phones and tablets). Please let me know if something doesn't work
GPS Real times countdown, vehicles map live
NOW YOU CAN SAVE YOUR FAVORITE STOPS
see vehicles as they move on the map updates every 20 sec
arrival times for stops updates every 20 sec
With this app you don’t have to wait at the bus stop for the bus to come. It will tell you exactly when the bus will come to your stop. You can see the vehicles on the map as they move.
First select the route, direction and the stop that you want to get bus arrival times.
This app will give you exact time bus arrival at your selected stop.
The Boston Subway network (the 'T') consists of three colour-coded full metro lines (red, orange and blue), plus a light rail line (green line) with four western branches and an underground section in Central Boston (actually America's oldest subway opened in 1897). The three metro lines are underground in the city centre but elevated or at grade in outer areas, partly using former railway corridors. Like the Green Line, the Red Line crosses the Charles River on a bridge (Longfellow Bridge) towards Cambridge (Harvard University), whereas the Blue line dives under the Boston Harbor to the Airport station (from where a shuttle bus links all the terminals) and further east to Wonderland. From the Red Line's southern terminus at Ashmont, a tram line continues to Mattapan. The subway is operated by MBTA (Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority) and has a total length of 101.5 km:
Green Line Lechmere - Boston College/Cleveland Circle/Riverside/Heath
- 36.4 km (7.2 km underground, 1.2 km elevated) - 65 stations/stops:
B Branch: Government Center - Boston College
C Branch: North Station - Cleveland Circle
D Branch: Government Center - Riverside
E Branch: Lechmere - Heath
01 Sept 1897: underground tram tunnel along Tremont street now still used by the Green Line (Park St and Boylston stations)
03 Sept 1898: Park Street – Haymarket – portal to North Station
12 Nov 2005: Green Line relocated into new underground station at North Station
Red Line Alewife - Braintree/Ashmont
- 33 km (14 km underground) - 22 stations - 37 minutes to Ashmont and 46 min to Braintree.
- Light rail service from Ashmont to Mattapan (4.7 km, 8 stops)
23 Mar 1912: Harvard - Park Street (Cambridge - Dorchester Line)
04 April 1915: Park Street - Washington (now Downtown Crossing)
03 Dec 1916: Washington - South Station
15 Dec 1917: South Station - Broadway
29 June 1918: Broadway - Andrew
02 Nov 1927: Andrew - Fields Corner
01 Sept 1928: Fields Corner - Ashmont (Dorchester branch completed)
04 Feb 1932: Charles station finished
01 Sept 1971: Andrew - Quincy Center
22 Mar 1980: Quincy Center - Braintree
10 Sept 1983: Quincy Adams station added
1983: new Harvard station
1985: Harvard - Alewife
Ashmont–Mattapan High Speed Line Ashmont - Mattapan
Shown on maps like an extension of the Red Line, the Mattapan Line (built in 1929) is similar to the Riverside branch of the Green Line and runs on a railway-type alignment with some level crossings. Since 1985, it has been operated with ex-Green Line PCC cars.
Blue Line Bowdoin - Wonderland
- 9.5 km (3.4 km underground) - 12 stations - 23 minutes
30 Dec 1904: tram tunnel downtown - Maverick under Boston Harbor
21 April 1924: Blue Line (East Boston Line) changed to subway operation
05 Jan 1952: Maverick - Orient Heights
21 April 1952: Orient Heights - Suffolk Downs
19 June 1954: Suffolk Downs - Wonderland
Orange Line Oak Grove - Forest Hills
- 18 km (3 km underground, 7.5 elevated) - 19 stations - 33 minutes
1983-1987: Orange Line relocation of southern section between Chinatown and Forest Hills and demolition of original elevated structure
June 2004: new joint North Station for the Green Line and the Orange Line allowing cross-platform transfer on inbound trains
March 2010: New England Medical Center station renamed Tufts Medical Center
In spring 2000, the construction of the MBTA Silver Line began, this is an innovative rubber-tired rapid transit service (i.e. a trolleybus) which will ultimately link the Washington Street Corridor and the South Boston Piers Transitway together providing a direct link to Logan Airport. This new system consists of a reserved bus lane plus a 1-mile tunnel between South Station and the piers with 3 underground stops.
This app will enable you to report anti-social behaviour, anonymously or in your own name, on bus, rail and Midland Metro Tram transport in the West Midlands.
Whilst the public transport network enjoys a very low crime rate, the Safer Travel Partnership is committed to making it even safer and importantly making people feel safe.
This app should not be used to report crime. The app is for reporting incidents such as anti-social behaviour, graffiti and intimidation.
Centro, West Midlands Police, British Transport Police and Transport Operators make up the Safer Travel Partnership, which exists to make public transport in the West Midlands even safer.
Note to Amtrak Acela riders: install all Amtrak Northeast Corridor. Acela trains have numbers 2100-2299.
If you are not sure about purchasing this application, or whether if has schedules you are looking for, please install 'RailBandit - Free Trial', which is a free time-limited equivalent of this application specifically made so that you could evaluate it worry-free with no rush.
-Offline transit directions. Enter points A and B and the program gives you the best directions, including connections between lines and agencies. It works in tunnels, subways - anywhere.
-Information includes delays, service advisories and track information where available.
-No hassle schedule updates. No need to reinstall the application when schedules change. Download new schedules directly to your phone at any point.
-Find stations by name, by alphabetic listing, by line, by proximity to your current location or simply pick recently used stops.
-Your recent trips are saved and accessible with a single click.
-Automatic schedules updates. Select "automatic updates" box and application will check for new schedules automatically once a day, and notify you about available updates.
-Track yourself on-board of the train with GPS to see if it is on time or delayed.
Amtrak (selected lines), LIRR, NJ Transit, MTA Metro North, SEPTA, PATCO, Chicago Metra, Chicago Subway, CTA, MBTA (Boston), PATH, BART, LA Metro, SFRTA (Florida), PATCO, Caltrain, Metrolink, WMATA, Baltimore light rail, Baltimore Metro Subway, DART, Trinity Railway Express (TRE), DCTA A-Train, SLE (Shore Line East), Virginia Railway Express (VRE), MARC, Florida Tri-Rail, MARTA (Atlanta), Miami MetroRail, Sound Transit, NCTD (Coaster, Sprinter), LA Metro, Portland TriMet, GoTransit Rail (Ontario), Toronto TTC, and more… http://www.railbandit.com/schedules.htm
Keywords: Acela, realtime, itransit, itrans, MTA
The MBTA Realtime T app tracks Boston's MBTA subway trains in realtime, accurately predicting when each train will arrive at your station. The app shows the location of each train on the line, as well as the estimated arrival time, down to the second, at each station. This works using sensors placed on the tracks - when a passing train triggers one of these sensors, MBTA Realtime T app is the first to know.
The app supports the Red, Orange, and Blue heavy rail lines. The Green Line is not supported, as the MBTA has not installed tracking technology on the Green Line trains (there is nothing app developers can do to get around this).
If it can determine your location immediately, T Tracker will automatically bring up arrival times for the nearest station. Otherwise, it will go straight to your default stop.
It's My Stop is the app that countless commuters have probably wished for at one time or another especially if they've experienced the nightmare of missing their stop.
It's My Stop is really simple to use. Just add your stop, decide how much warning you want before arriving and let the app do its stuff. You can choose to have a 5, 10 or 15 minute warning before your stop and another one as you arrive at your stop. The app works in the background and alerts you at the appropriate time.
Best of all, It's My Stop works on buses or trains anywhere in the world using location information only - it doesn't need to consult any bus or train timetables!
Next time you travel you can relax reading a book, listening to music, playing games, dealing with your email or catching up with friends on social networks. Maybe even catch up on some sleep! You can rely on It's My Stop working in the background on your phone to warn you as you first approach and then arrive at your stop.
It's My Stop already has built-in train station lists for many rail networks including:
* Network Rail (UK)
* DLR (Docklands Light Railway) (London UK)
* Eurostar (Europe)
* Metro North (NY, USA)
* Long Island Railroad (NY, USA)
* WMATA Metrorail (DC, USA)
* CTA 'L' (IL, USA)
* MBTA (MA, USA)
* PATH (NY, USA)
* BART (CA, USA)
* SEPTA (PA, USA)
* LA County Metro (CA, USA)
But don't worry if your rail network is not listed because you can always add your own stops by giving the bus or train stop address anywhere in the world.
Unlike other apps It's My Stop is smart about conserving your battery and you are always in total control because you can easily switch the app on or off at any time.
People use It's My Stop for their regular train and bus commute or when they travel somewhere new. It's My Stop doesn't care whether you're travelling by bus, train or car - it will still alert you in time for your stop.
Don't take our word for how amazing It's My Stop is, just listen to what one of our users said recently... 'What a stroke of genius! I can now listen to music on my phone whilst on the train without worrying if I can hear the announcements for my stop'.
Why not give it a try?
Some local bus agencies around the USA and parts of Canada have implemented a system to provide location data for the purpose of providing their customers with real-time arrival predictions. This app provides a convenient interface for accessing that information and saving you time and stress. While the estimates are pretty accurate, local weather and traffic conditions can impact the schedule so don't do something like bet your job interview or the birth of your child on it! Always plan ahead.
This app is ad supported and always will be free to you.
Here's a list of agencies currently supplying prediction data:
AC Transit - California-Northern
CMRT and Howard Transit - Maryland
Camarillo Area (CAT) - California-Southern
Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority - Massachusetts
Chapel Hill Transit - North Carolina
Charles River TMA - EZRide - Massachusetts
Charm City Circulator - Maryland
City College NYC - New York
City of Oxford - Mississippi
Collegetown Shuttle - Maryland
CyRide - Iowa
DC Circulator - District of Columbia
Downtown Connection - New York
Dumbarton Express - California-Northern
East Carolina University - North Carolina
Emery-Go-Round - California-Northern
Fairfax (CUE) - Virginia
Foothill Transit - California-Southern
George Mason University - Virginia
Georgia College - Georgia
Glendale Beeline - California-Southern
Gold Coast Transit - California-Southern
Lasell College - Massachusetts
Los Angeles Metro - California-Southern
Los Angeles Rail - California-Southern
Loyola University Maryland - Maryland
MBTA - Massachusetts
Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Massachusetts
Moorpark Transit - California-Southern
NYC MTA - Bronx - New York
NYC MTA - Brooklyn - New York
NYC MTA - Staten Island - New York
North County Transit District - California-Southern
Omnitrans - California-Southern
Palos Verdes Transit - California-Southern
Pensacola Beach (SRIA) - Florida
Portland Streetcar - Oregon
Prince Georges County - Maryland
RTC RIDE, Reno - Nevada
Radford Transit - Virginia
Roosevelt Island - New York
Rutgers Univ. Newark College Town Shuttle - New Jersey
Rutgers University - New Jersey
San Francisco Muni - California-Northern
Seattle Streetcar - Washington
Simi Valley (SVT) - California-Southern
Societe de transport de Laval - Quebec
Societe de transport de Sherbrooke - Quebec
Temple University - Pennsylvania
Thousand Oaks Transit (TOT) - California-Southern
Thunder Bay - Ontario
Toronto Transit Commission - Ontario
Unitrans ASUCD/City of Davis - California-Northern
University of California San Francisco - California-Northern
University of Maryland - Maryland
University of Minnesota - Minnesota
University of New Hampshire - Wildcat Transit - New Hampshire
Ventura Intercity (VISTA) - California-Southern
Western Kentucky University - Kentucky
York College - Pennsylvania
Get the inside scoop on Canada's largest metropolis and tips on all the exciting things to see and do while you are here all year round. The app includes easy-to-search comprehensive listings for events, dining, attractions and shopping.
We hope you enjoy your visit!
Note: The information in the app is accurate, to the best of our abilities. Tourism Toronto is not liable should information about hours and prices of the individual businesses change.
About Tourism Toronto & Toronto Star
Tourism Toronto is the official destination marketing organization for Toronto’s tourism industry, operating in partnership with the Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport. Tourism Toronto (otherwise known as Toronto Convention and Visitors Association) focuses on promoting and selling Greater Toronto as a remarkable destination for tourists, convention delegates, and business travellers. Officially operating as a not-for-profit agency, Tourism Toronto has over 1,200 members and is a partnership of public and private sector organizations. Tourism Toronto is provincially designated Regional Tourism Organization #5, representing the cities of Toronto, Mississauga and Brampton. This app was developed by Tourism Toronto, with funding provided by the Government of Ontario.
The Toronto Star is Canada’s highest-circulation daily newspaper, and also owns toronto.com; a top website that offers comprehensive information about Toronto.
Together, Tourism Toronto and Toronto Star have teamed up to offer you the Tourism Toronto app which draws upon the up-to-date comprehensive content from Toronto Star and Toronto.com, and is supplemented by exclusive information from the membership database of Tourism Toronto.
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The MARTA See & Say App offers riders a quick and discreet method for reporting suspicious activity directly to MARTA Police. Using this app, riders can send MARTA Police pictures, text messages, and locations of suspicious persons and/or activities.
From the App home screen, riders have two easy options for contacting MARTA Police:
* The “Report a Problem” button allows riders to send text or photos directly to MARTA Police. To ensure discretion, the camera flash is automatically disabled when photos are taken through the app. When reporting an issue, riders can select station locations and report categories to assist MARTA police. Riders can also send reports anonymously if they chose.
* The “Call MARTA Police” button will connect customers directly to MARTA Police.
The application is designed for MARTA. If you send a report in an area without cellular connectivity, it will be stored and sent when connectivity returns. The system is also designed to send text messages before pictures so that MARTA Police can get App reports as quickly as possible.
Riders can sign up to receive MARTA Transit Alerts through the app to be notified of service delays and changes.
BOLO (Be On the Look Out) Alerts. BOLO Alerts on the See & Say App may display alerts from MARTA Police about specific persons of interest. For example, See & Say may display information about a missing person or child, such as where they were last seen. If you see a person from a BOLO, immediately call 911 and send an App report to MARTA Police discreetly.
From the app home screen, riders have two easy options for contacting security:
1. The “Report a Problem” button allows riders to send text or photos directly to VTA Security. To ensure discretion, the camera flash is automatically disabled when photos are taken through the app. Riders can select station locations and report categories to assist VTA Security. Riders can also send reports anonymously if they choose. If you send a report in an area without cellular connectivity, it will be stored and sent when connectivity returns. The system is also designed to send the message before pictures so that VTA Security can get App reports as quickly as possible.
2. The “Call 911” button will connect customers directly to the police.
BOLO (Be On the Look Out) Alerts. BOLO Alerts on the See & Say App may display alerts from VTA Security about specific persons of interest. For example, VTAlerts may display information about a missing person or child, such as where they were last seen. If you see a person from a BOLO, immediately call 911 and send a App report to VTA Security discreetly.
The NFTA See Say App offers the public a quick and discreet method for reporting suspicious activity directly to the NFTA Transit Police. The app can send pictures, text messages, and locations of suspicious people or activities. From the home screen, users have two easy options for contacting the NFTA Transit Police:
* The “Report a Problem” button allows users to send text or photos directly to the NFTA Transit Police. To ensure discretion, the camera flash is automatically disabled when photos are taken through the app. When reporting an issue, users can select locations and report categories to assist the NFTA Transit Police. Riders can also send reports anonymously if they chose.
* The “Call NFTA Police” button will connect customers directly to the NFTA Transit Police.
The application is designed for NFTA. If you send a report in an area without cellular connectivity, it will be stored and sent when connectivity returns. The system is also designed to send text messages before pictures so that the NFTA Transit Police can get app reports as quickly as possible.
BOLO (Be On the Look Out) Alerts. BOLO Alerts on the See Say App may display alerts from NFTA Transit Police about specific persons of interest. For example, See Say may display information about a missing person or child, such as where they were last seen. If you see a person from a BOLO, immediately call 911 and send an app report to NFTA Transit Police discreetly.
Employees can quickly report suspicious or criminal to security personnel. Hospital dispatchers can broadcast alerts to staff smartphones, for example: Code Red, Code Silver, Code Pink, etc. Employees can request a virtual escort as they leave hospital to commute to their car or transportation home. Using this app, employees can send their hospital’s security pictures, text messages, and locations of suspicious activity.
* The “Report a Problem” button allows users to send text and photos directly to security personnel or to the facilities manager, depending on the report type. To ensure discretion, the camera flash is automatically disabled when photos are taken through the app. When reporting an issue, users can select report categories to assist security personnel.
Environment of Care
ELERTS Medic makes documenting reports for the Joint Commission a breeze. Staff can snap a photo with their smartphone and submit a report to the environment of care department or hospital facility manager, using the ELERTS EPIC report management console. Gurney blocking fire exit? Snap a photo and send a report to the facilities manager. ELERTS Medic can be used to document fire and safety drill reports also, with photos, GPS location, timestamps and descriptions of the event being reported.
People on a campus can quickly report suspicious or criminal activities to security officers. A campus dispatcher may broadcast alerts and notifications to smartphones, for example: South Building is closed due to no heat, the facility is closed due to severe weather, etc. Personal safety can be enhanced by enabling a virtual escort (EscortMe) while walking on or nearby a campus or facility. Using this app, people can send photos, text messages, and locations of suspicious activity or other safety concerns.
ELERTS Skywriter feature allows you to do a quick "shout-out" to friends, family or others. Send "I'm here and I am OK" or "I am here, and I need Help". Message can be sent by SMS, Email, Twitter or Facebook. Skywriter sends a map of your location along with the message.
* The “Report a Problem” button allows users to send text and photos directly to security personnel or to the facilities manager using the ELERTS EPIC console. Note: To ensure discretion, the camera flash is automatically disabled when photos are taken through the app. When reporting an issue, users can select report categories to assist security personnel.
Employees can quickly initiate a Lockdown. Other users of the ELERTS LID app, in your organization, will be notified of the Lockdown and the reason for the Lockdown.
Users are able to chat with each other about security concerns. Chat supports both text and photos.
Users can share their location on a map and if they are “OK” or “Need Help”. This information can be shared with friends and family by Email, SMS, Facebook or Twitter.
For quickly contacting police, there is a Call Police button on the main screen.
Administrators or other security staff can authorize which people should have access to the ELERTS LID app for their organization, using the ELERTS EPICenter web based management console.