What else would you expect from the MTA? The fact that there's ads in this app now is disgusting. We're paying customers, this app has no purpose for people who aren't going to buy the overpriced tickets in the first place, why would there be ads? And the screenshots in the store don't even match the app. It doesn't even comply with Material design standards. Well... At least it works???
Ads? Come on Why must the ads load before the train time tables? Don't you make enough money off me already? Also have no reasonable way to check arrival information for the train you are on so must search for a different day. Just silly stuff.
App is OK...LIRR, not so much The app would be great, if the Lirr used it! You still have to get to the station to be informed about signal problems and delays. It's way too late at that point to choose a different line or station. Their texts aren't too informative either.
I LOVE this app!! I can favorite my stations, chose between departure and arrival, be alerted to delays and plug in what time I want to travel. It hasn't been wrong for me yet. I'm not sure what ads everyone is talking about. My schedule loads directly and I have my times immediately.
IOS app is better This is a decent app but the iOS version is better. This could use serious updating and merging with the new ticket app. **Dropping a star because the updates adds nothing new but ads. The interface still looks like it's been designed for Android 1.0.
Times are wrong! Twice now, the app has said there was a train running when there was not. Ended up leaving my friends house early only to sit at Penn Station late at night waiting over an hour for the next train because of MTA's failure.
Improvements and fixes