Transit is your real-time city travel companion. It works in 300+ cities, for buses, trains, Ubers, Lyfts, and everything in between. Get precise real-time predictions for public transit, the smartest & fastest trip plans, and a step-by-step navigator when you’re going to unfamiliar destinations (or to wake you up from a mid-trip nap™). Our app gives you all the info you need, in a clear, bold interface so you don’t get lost or stuck at the stop.
Whether you’re new to a city… or a subway expert who takes NYC’s MTA / LA Metro / WMATA / MBTA / BART / CTA / SEPTA every day (or the 200+ other systems we support) this is the award-winning app you need.
*Turn on mobile data to get real-time information **No data? Don’t worry: our trip planner works offline, using schedules
🌟 Google Play Picks 📰 “Killer App” — WSJ’s NYC subway reporter ⏰ “You won't realize how much time you can save until you use this app” — LA Times 💪 “The best app for CTA buses” — Reddit Chicago 🔥 And trusted by the New York Times’ own tech critic, Mike Isaac
🔍 What features does this app support? - Real-time map that shows you where your ride is 📍 - Subway maps 🗺️ - Trip planner (works offline) - Explore different combinations of trips to find the fastest way to your destination (i.e. how does a train trip compare to a “bus + bikeshare” trip? Or a “train + Uber” trip?) - Real-time predictions, telling you when your train, subway, bus, ferry, metro, etc. will show up - Step-by-step navigator (including transfers) - Voice reminders to start walking to your stop, to hurry up (if your bus or subway is arriving early) and where to get off - Schedules, route itineraries, connecting lines at every stop - Pay for bus & train tickets, bikeshare passes & ridehail fares in the app (select cities) - Bike directions - Compare ETAs & prices for Uber, Lyft and Via - See ALL nearby bikeshares, scooters, and carshares - Support for everything: bus / metro / subway / light rail / streetcar / train / ridehail / bikeshare / scooters / carshare / ferry
🙋 Where does this app work? 200+ supported cities, including NYC, Chicago, Washington DC, LA, SF & the Bay Area, Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Paris, and many more cities across North America, Europe, Australia and NZ
⚾ Partial list of US cities ⚾ (including bus, train, subway, and ferry systems)
Atlanta: MARTA, CCT, GRTA Austin: Capital Metro Baltimore: MTA Boston: MBTA, Hubway Buffalo: NFTA, Fort Erie Transit Charlotte: CATS Chicago: CTA, Metra, PACE, NICTD, Divvy Cincinnati: Metro, TANK Cleveland: RTA Columbus: COTA, CoGo Dallas: DART, Fort Worth T Denver: RTD Hampton Roads: HRT Hartford (and CT): CTTransit, CTFastrak Honolulu: TheBus Houston: METRO Las Vegas: RTC Los Angeles: LA Metro, Metrolink, OCTA, LADOT, Omnitrans, RTA, Burbank Bus, Foothill, Big Blue Bus, Glendale Beeline Louisville: TARC Madison: Metro Miami: MDT, BCT, Palm Tran, Tri-Rail, Citibike Milwaukee: MCTS Minneapolis: Metro Transit, MVTA, Plymouth, SouthWest, U. Minnesota, Nice Ride New Orleans: RTA 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, SIR, CitiBike Orlando: Lynx Philadelphia: SEPTA, PATCO, Indego Phoenix: Valley Metro Pittsburgh: Port Authority (PAAC) Portland: TriMet SLC: UTA, GREENbike Sacramento: Capitol Corridor, SRT San Antonio: VIA Metropolitan San Diego: MTS, NCTD SF Bay Area: SF BART, SFMTA (SF MUNI), Caltrain, AC Transit, VTA, County Connection, SamTrans, Bay Wheels Seattle: Metro Transit, City of Seattle, Sound Transit, Pierce Transit, Pronto St. Louis: Metro Tampa Bay: HART, PSTA Washington DC: WMATA (DC Metro & Bus), DC Circulator, Ride On, Arlington (ART), Fairfax Connector, VRE, DASH, Capital Bike Share +100s more cities, including Paris, Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, London, and more!
Aug 8, 2022
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Been using this app for 40 days now. It has helped a few times but also has been the cause of many frustrations. GPS loses signal, tracking is slower the Google maps & doesn't always display the right information. The worst part however, is the fact that it will lead me to a bus stop, crash in the background and lose track of that stop completely just to tell me to walk to another bus stop even if its across the street only to have the bus it originally lead me to pass me while switching stops.
17 people found this review helpful
April 8, 2022
Hi there! Sorry to hear that your app crashes - if you're able to open the app, could you email us from inside the app? That will allow us to take a look at your crash logs. Just open the app >tap on Settings >Tap the Transit logo at the top >Email us >Send the email. If you're not able to open the app, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
David J. Wallace
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August 10, 2022
This app works perfectly fine. It does what it's supposed to do & is great at giving you accurate times for everything. The reason I gave it only 3 stars instead 5 is because you have to pay a subscription to get detailed info from every route in the area, because if you don't, you can only get that info for 4 of them. I understand that the developers need to make money to keep the app going but I feel like that's so much of a basic need that putting it behind a paywall seems greedy.
13 people found this review helpful
June 22, 2022
Great UI and visualization of transit routes. GO feature is great for getting around unfamiliar places. Would be 5 stars if it were possible to purchase and activate multiple different passes. I had to wait until a 3hr-no-airport pass expired to be able to purchase a fare that included airport transit. If the option is there, it is not clearly visible in the UI.
52 people found this review helpful
July 5, 2022
Hi there! Thank you for your kind words. We're constantly working to bring new features to the app. Let us know if you have any other comments or suggestions at email@example.com
Happy 10th birthday to Transit!
We’re entering the 2nd decade of Transit the best way we know how… with bug fixes.
Also: - Can’t tell the difference between “scheduled departure” vs. “real-time departure”? Or an “officially cancelled trip” vs. a “most-likely cancelled trip”? - Hallelujah! We’ve added a little explainer.
- Hello free Royale for: BUSIT + Orbus (New Zealand) and Ben Franklin Transit (Washington state)
Now make a wish & rate us 5 stars to blow out half of our birthday candles