★Google Play Picks★
★NYC MTA App Quest Award Winner★
★Awarded Official App of Toronto Transit Commission — TTC/blogTO★
★Editor's Choice - PCMag★
Transit works in most large North American cities and select cities in Europe (see list below).
- Know at a glance when your next subway or bus is arriving (including real-time predictions!)*
- Plan A-to-B trips with ease (includes all transit modes – bus, subway, metro, uber, car2go, train, streetcar, light rail, and ferry).
- See exactly where your bus or train is on the map in real-time.*
- View schedules and route itineraries (even offline!)
- Favorite your most important routes.
- Save home/work locations for quicker trip planning.
- See bike share stations on the map.
- Find and reserve nearby car2go's
- Check ETAs for the closest Uber and request a ride.
*Wherever real-time info is available.
“This app makes me WANT to ride the bus"
“Love this so much I might sell my car.”
“Blows Google Maps out of the water.”
"Clearly beats other transit apps in every way. Totally changed my transit experience."
“Probably the best thing on my phone, no joke.”
See below for a PARTIAL list of supported agencies and cities (full list: http://transitapp.com/regions)
Ann Arbor: The Ride, UM Transit, ArborBike
Atlanta: MARTA*, CCT, GRTA
Austin: Capital Metro*, B-cycle
Boston: MBTA*, Hubway
Chicago: CTA*, Metra, PACE, NICTD, Divvy
Cincinnati: Metro, TANK
Columbus: COTA, CoGo
Dallas: DART, Fort Worth T
Denver: RTD, B-cycle
Grand Rapids: The Rapid*
Hampton Roads: HRT
Hartford (and CT): CTTransit
Kansas City: KCATA
Las Vegas: RTC
Los Angeles: LA Metro*, Metrolink, OCTA*, LADOT*, Omnitrans, RTA, Burbank Bus, Torrance, Foothill*, Big Blue Bus, Glendale Beeline*
Madison: Metro*, B-cycle
Miami: MDT, BCT, Citi Bike
Milwaukee: MCTS*, Bublr Bikes
Minneapolis: Metro Transit*, MVTA, Plymouth*, SouthWest*, U. Minnesota*, Nice Ride
Nashville: MTA & RTA
New Orleans: NORTA*
NYC Metro: New York MTA*, Metro-North (MNR), Long Island Rail Road (LIRR), NJ Transit (NJT)*, PATH, SI Ferry, NICE, Bee-Line, RI Tram, NY Waterway, Citi Bike
Philadelphia: SEPTA*, PATCO
Phoenix: Valley Metro*
Pittsburgh: Port Authority (PAAC)*
Sacramento: SRT, Roseville
SLC: UTA*, GREENbike
San Antonio: VIA
San Diego: MTS, NCTD*
SF Bay Area: SF BART*, SF MUNI*, Caltrain*, AC Transit*, VTA*, County Connection*, SamTrans, Bay Area Bike Share
Seattle: Metro Transit*, City of Seattle*, Sound Transit*, Pierce Transit, Pronto
Tampa Bay: HART*, PSTA
Washington DC: WMATA (DC Metro & Bus)*, DC Circulator*, Ride On*, Arlington (ART)*, Fairfax Connector, VRE*, DASH, Capital Bike Share
Montréal: STM, RTL, STL*, AMT*, MRC, CIT, Bixi
Ottawa: OC Transpo*
Toronto (GTA): TTC*, GO, York (YRT/VIVA)*, Guelph, Hamilton Street Railway(HSR)*, Grand River (GRT), Brampton (BT), MiWay, Burlington, Oakville, Toronto Bike Share
Vancouver: TransLink*, SkyTrain*
Victoria: BC Transit
*Uses real-time for some or all routes (eg bus time & subway time in NYC, bus tracker & train tracker in Chicago, Next Bus in Boston, etc)
A great replacement for the discontinued HopStop app!
New York will be our next destination.
TKT STPR helps users avoid parking tickets and towing charges in select cities in the United States. This application accesses proprietary databases to provide information on applicable parking regulations for on-street parking, and warns users with alarms when they are at risk of violating parking ordinances. Types of parking regulations covered include: meter, commercial meter, residential zone, street sweeping, tow away, incline parking, no parking, police/fire, handicapped, and special events.
TKT STPR works in 2 different ways:
1) Parking Radar asks you for an amount of time you think you will be parking for, then shows all the areas around you in which you can park for that period of time without getting a ticket. If there are parking sensors, Parking Radar will also show the available spaces as a number on top of the pin.
2) Parking Ticket Guard allows search for specific addresses, then viewing types of available parking around that address. No sensor or other data is shown.
Both modes do allow the user to scroll around the map screen, as well as zoom in/out.
Whichever mode you use, once parked you can check in.
Checking in activates our alert system: the in-phone component which functions in case you are out of signal range, backed up by either SMS or email.
TKT STPR supports those who have residential permits, and also will display when tow away or meter enforcement periods end.
Response to chcagon: TKT STPR is a dynamic app: it accesses a central server for user account as well as parking information. We do this because the parking information is always changing anyway, and the user account information is necessary to send text and email alerts. If you are still in your trial period and get the request for payment, it was because cell signal at the time was poor. Please try again.
As for complexity: parking in San Francisco is very complex. Even disregarding the problems with cell GPS accuracy, there isn't an easy way to display all the information you need to avoid parking tickets because there are at least 7 different categories of parking ticket: parking meter expiration, tow away zones, residential zones, incline parking, commercial-only meters, passenger loading zones, and special events.
We at TKT STPR are working to add some extra capabilities to improve ease of use.
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