Translink NI

988 reviews
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About this app

The Translink Journey Planner provides information about all scheduled Metro, Ulsterbus, Goldline, NIRailways and Enterprise services. The journey planner has been designed to make finding out about public transport as easy as possible. You can plan journeys to and from stations/ stops/ address or postcode/ neighbourhood or, point of interest as well as create bespoke timetables for your service or preferred stop. The app and mobile site enable you to plan journeys from your current location.
Features include:

- Interactive and fully integrated Trip Planner
- Full coverage of N Ireland bus and rail services
- Dynamic zoom and scroll mapping
- GPS using “my location”
- Departure board of services from your point of origin
- Updating maps “on the go”
- Saves favourite locations and recent journeys
- Email and In-calendar functions
Updated on
Jun 21, 2022

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988 reviews
Ciaran McCrisken
August 31, 2022
An unintuitive, glitchy, clunky mess of an app that you have to almost trick in to getting the most basic timetable info from. I uninstall / reinstall and over the years it barely improves. Some updates cause it to crash on start up, others introduce fantastic new quirks such as jumping back to a previous day's last bus time when you press "Earlier". Not quite sure how they've managed to overcomplicate something that should be relatively straightforward.
15 people found this review helpful
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Robert Park
August 12, 2022
Use it a lot for journey planning and it's fine. Just such a pity there is no real time update - you need to go to check my journey or similar to find what the delay or disruption is - like the17.10 train to Coleraine from GVS yesterday for example. Should be easily accessible and constantly updated - like the Iarnrod Eireann app for example. It's just a small detail but it irritates many people - the X1 only drops at T2 in Dublin airport and only picks up at T1. Either do both or just one .
3 people found this review helpful
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Dave Murray
November 15, 2022
Very poor. Clearly not designed with User Experience in mind. Can't track location or status, can't purchase tickets in the app. But you can report a bus as being full when sat at home having never seen the bus - bizarre feature. 🙄
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What's new

- Fix for accessing timetables
- WCAG accessibility updates
- Live Bus tracking (beta)
- Branding updates
- General technical updates & Bug fixes