This app does exactly as it's supposed to and that's a quality more apps need, as sad as that sounds. The app has everything I need; information is all logically and neatly placed about the app and the arrival times for the trains are dead accurate (I think the MBTA shares data with the developer, as the times on MBTA's ETA signs say exactly what this app says. Thanks again, I love this app!
Hella good app. Only thing missing is a reminder (for a specific route times) feature. Yet still I sell it to ALL my friends as the best MBTA app. Andrzej Nosek says "Moovit" to ALL other apps in this category.
It's wrong too often to be more than average. No more reliable than a schedule at times. Probably the MBTAs fault but it's still relevant IMO
Tells me what I need to know when I need to know it with no issues. Really for the person who knows their travel route though. Main suggestion, a list form of nearby transit stops. Otherwise, keep shining on.
'Real time ': when the two minute mark hits, reset back to two my minutes for a full 14 until the bus ACCTUALLY comes. Don't download.
I like the "favorite stops " option, which you'd think would be a no-brainer but wasn't on a lot of T apps I looked at. Also nice that it's stop-centric, not route-centric, so 57 and 57A are on the same screen.
v1.25 January 6, 2017
* Updated MBTA map, v.29
* Added "vehicle label"
The vehicle label corresponds to labels found on the exterior of vehicles, as follows:
Red/Orange/Blue Line – The number of the lead car of the train.
Green Line – The full consist of the train (in order from lead car to last car), separated by dashes.
Commuter Rail trains – The number of the control cab car, which may be the first or last car depending on the train’s direction of travel.
Buses – The number of the bus.