Transit • Bus & Train Times 4+

Timetables & Journey Planner

Transit App, Inc.

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases


Never miss your bus again. Open up the app and boom: upcoming departure times for all nearby transit lines are right there, displayed in big text and bright colours. Plan your trip, set reminders, get notified about disruptions. Or maybe public transport isn't cooperating? Don't fret: you can easily request an Uber or grab a Boris Bike.

Transit works in London and Manchester, in addition to 175+ other cities across Europe and North America. Scroll down for the list. But first...

- Know when your next subway or bus is arriving with real-time predictions.*
- Plan A-to-B trips with ease.
- See exactly where your transit vehicle is on the map in real-time.*
- View schedules and route itineraries. Even offline.
- Locate bikeshare stations including how many bikes / docks are available.
- Check real-time ETAs for the closest Uber, and request a ride with two taps.
- Schedule alarms and get reminders before your bus or train arrives.
- Enable stop announcements and get notified when you're approaching your stop. (Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.)

*wherever real-time info is available from transit agencies.

“Blows Google Maps out of the water.”
“Love this so much I might sell my car.”
"Whereas Citymapper is really bloated with features this lets you see at a glance the next buses and tubes."
"So thankful, you're the reason I'm not afraid to use the bus."
"Truly ingenious work here. Honestly, these guys should be in charge of actual public transportation itself."
"Probably the best thing on my phone, no joke."
“This app makes me WANT to ride the bus."

**Apple’s Editors Choice**
**New York City MTA App Quest Winner**
**Elected Official App of the Toronto Transit Commission**
**World Class Design: Featured in Apple's Human Design Guidelines**
**Selected as a 'Killer App' by the Wall Street Journal**


See below for the full list of supported cities in Europe. You can find the complete list of cities and agencies at

London: TfL* including London Rail and the Overground*, Ferries, Tramlink, Dockland Light Railway (DLR), Hogwarts Express :P, and Barclays Cycle Hire)
Manchester: Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM)

Paris (RATP*, RER* and Transilien SNCF, Vélib)
Bordeaux (Bus et Tram de La Cub, Transgironde, VCub)
Grenoble (TAG*, Métrovélo)
Lyon (TCL, Vélo'V)
Marseille (RTM*, Aix-en-bus, Cartreize, Les Bus de l'Agglo, Frioul-If Express, TER Bouches-du-Rhône, Ciotabus, CPA, EnVIA, Ulysse, Omnibus, Libébus, Les bus des Collines, Les Bus des Cigales, Les Bus de la Marcouline, Les Bus de la Côte Bleue, Les Bus de l'Étang, le vélo)
Metz (LE MET', TER Moselle)
Nancy (Stan, VélOstan)
Nantes (tan*, Bicloo)
Nice (Lignes d'Azur*, Vélo Bleu)
Perpignan (CTPM)
Rennes (STAR*, Vélo STAR)
Sète (Thau Agglo Transport)
Strasbourg (CTS, Vélhop)
Toulouse (Tisséo*, VélôToulouse)

Berlin-Brandenburg: VBB*, BVG*, S-Bahn Berlin*, DB Regio*, ViP Potsdam*
Hamburg: HVV, S-Bahn Hamburg, Hochbahn - HHA, DB Regio, AKN
Ulm: SWU*

Rome (ATAC*, FS, Enjoy, Car Sharing Roma, Bike Sharing Roma)
Milan (ATM*, Trenord, Enjoy, Twist, GuidaMI, E-Vai, BikeMi)

*Uses real-time predictions and vehicle locations for some or all routes.


Transit also works in 175+ other cities including:

Los Angeles
New York
New Jersey
San Francisco
Washington D.C.




Congrats! You got to the end. Take the app for a spin and let us know how you like it on Twitter @transitapp!

What’s New

Version 5.12.1

Turn off the air conditioning. Lick an ice cube. Hop in the river to cool down, just like grandma used to do. Chug a frosty. Annihilate a slush puppy. Crush a popsicle. Find some safety scissors and fetch the box of freezies behind the forgotten meat and black bananas. They’re from 2003? So what. Skip the white. Go for the blue.

Summer is here… and while we hope you’ve been keeping chill… we certainly haven’t:

- Use GO? Thank you — especially if you’ve been answering the new “Rate-My-Ride” questions during your trip!
- The feedback you provide (about stuff like crowding and punctuality) can be shared with transit agencies to improve your transit service
- Now: that feedback can inform your own travel choices!

- Starting today we’re showing “Rate-My-Ride” stats within the app, for every line with enough answers
- Tap any line to see how punctual (and “masked-up”) your line is — as judged by other users
- We also let you judge your trip on a five-star scale
- You can now see those five-star ratings for every line with enough answers

Also new:

- Free Royale: if you take transit in Modesto, CA; Cleveland, OH; Cincinnati, OH; Sarnia ON; or Saguenay, QC? Your agency has hooked you up with a Transit Royale subscription.
- Bikeshare: you can now buy BCycle passes (and unlock bikes!) in San Antonio. Which means San Antonians can now purchase bikeshare *and* transit passes with their Transit account, no credit card fetchin’ required.
- Microtransit: we now support Welland On-Demand and OmniRide in San Bernardino.

What else? Bull market this. Bear market that. It’s always boom times if you live in the bug market:

- Stupid computer: we fixed a problem with integer overflows.
- (We’re not saying you were the #1 GO rider on your line, but you probably weren’t in “4,294,967,295st place” like we said you were.)
- Our well-rounded designers have instructed Transit’s corner radiuses to follow suit.
- Fixes to “Rate-my-Ride” logic (like confirming whether you’re riding transit line A or transit line B *before* asking you other questions about your line)
- Sorry, optimists: instead of saying your line has “Good service” when we have no active alerts about it… we now just say… “No alerts”…

There’s more where all that came from, but we’ll spare you the 4.29 billion other little details.

PS: why not round up, and rate us 5.0 stars?
PPS: accost us with discovery of bug on twitter @transitapp

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
54 Ratings

54 Ratings

Editors’ Notes

Lots of apps can offer driving directions—but what if you’re not driving at all? That’s where Transit comes in. The travel planning app shows you how to get from point A to point B via train, bus, rideshare—and now even bikeshare and scooter. The app will seek out your best route, offer a few alternate options, and let you know how long you can expect to be in transit.

App Privacy

The developer, Transit App, Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary based on, for example, the features you use or your age. Learn More


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