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About this app

Never miss the bus again!

OneBusAway serves up fresh, real-time transit information in the following regions:

* Rogue Valley, Oregon (RVTD)
* San Diego, California (SDMTS)
* Seattle/Tacoma/Puget Sound, Washington (Sound Transit, KCM, Pierce Transit, Intercity Transit, and more)
* Spokane, Washington
* Tampa Bay, Florida (HART)
* Washington, D.C. (WMATA)
* York Region Transit, Canada (YRT / Viva)

* More coming soon!

Find nearby stops on a map, choose from a list of favorite stops, add shortcuts to your phone's home screen, and set reminders for frequently used trips.

- Like hacking things? OneBusAway is open-source! Find out how you can help at

- Problems with arrival times? Real-time arrival information comes from your local transit agency. Please tap on the arrival time and select "Report problem with trip" to tell them what went wrong. Or, reach them via email by tapping "Menu->Help->Contact Us".

- Problems with the app itself (e.g., crashes)? Please submit a crash report if prompted, or email us via

- Want a sneak-peak at new versions? Sign up to be a beta tester at

- Want to know why we request certain device permissions? Find out at
Updated on
Jun 14, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
Learn more about how developers declare sharing
This app may collect these data types
Location and Device or other IDs
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted
9.53K reviews
Carl Furfaro
June 26, 2022
Okay, they did away with the profoundly irritating long lists of alerts that you had to painstakingly close, one at a time, before you could scroll to see WHEN THE NEXT BUS IS COMING. Still pretty amazed nobody imagined that would be very, very unpolular. And now they've reverted to separate icons for directions, light rail stops. I guess THAT was pretty unpopular.
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Gabe Nelson
June 8, 2022
This app used to be good. However, for a long time now the app has been very nearly unusable. Every stop I frequent is so constantly inundated with "alerts" that I can't even scroll down to see when my bus comes without first spending 5 minutes hiding all the damn alerts. I tried to leave feedback on this "bug" using the in app feature but that button is broken, the "stop problem" feature was also broken. So I've come here to complain.
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June 21, 2022
In the latest version (v2.10) there are now a few different options to hide the alerts all at once (per stop or for all in Settings). I hope this helps!
Nuvo Sky
September 17, 2021
The iOS version was great. On Android, not so much. When looking at the details of a route, you can't see what the continuing route is, so essentially it's truncated. Which is the most debilitating flaw. For instance, if I want to catch the 31 at Troll Ave., I can't see which ones turn into 75 and which don't. Some smaller issues are, if you hit see trip details and then go back, you're taken back all the way to the general map, and there is no real time map option for specific buses
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What's new

• Real-time occupancy for WMATA - See how many passengers are on supported vehicles in real-time for the Washington, D.C. region
• Options to hide all alerts - New menu option to hide all alerts for a stop in one tap, and a new Settings option to hide all alerts by default.
• Italian translation - Thanks Eleonora Fabbri!
• Bug fixes - See