Love this app so much. It does lag a bit going between screens which isn't a problem unless attempting to add or delete a card. It took me a good minute to realize I can scroll to find my other cards and also their is a three card limit. Still good enough for me honestly. Very helpful. Thank you octa.
This app is great since I hardly carry cash anymore. It's easy and convenient! Though it has been starting lag and kick me out of the app. The app forces closed and I'm unable to open it to show my bus pass which is frustrating.
It's a good app except that with the recent update you HAVE to give it permission to use your location. I hate using any apps that require this as I don't like using my location. As it is I have it turned off most times unless I need it.
I like the simple layout and using this instead of fumbling with money is great, but the problem is it absolutely destroys my battery? It drains 4x as fast with this app. Don't know how they managed that with how simple the app is
Finally supports senior/disabled. For those who didn't get their notice in the mail: Create an account and enter your ID # in the reduced fare section. For senior, enter an S before the number. For disabled, enter a D before the number. And that should be it, add your paypal details and you can buy as many passes as you want at $1.50 per day (or 0.75 per single ride). Its better than cash and messing with paper tickets.
This app is becoming available for riders of regular lines. At the moment you can only select "Regular" rider and fares. Other categories should be available by Sunday the 9th. When I can use this app to purchase any denomination of Senior fares I will give it five stars. In order to access the senior fare you must enter a code from the OCTA-provided senior ID card, which is only $4 and good for 7 years. Once done, you have access to senior and disabled fare rates.
Bug fixes and performance improvements.
Transit riders can call or submit incidents to the RTD Transit Police directly.