Description

Live bus and train times, step-by-step navigation, stop announcements, service alerts and more - all in one app.

► Live directions – plan your trip with up to five ways to your destination
► Share your journey details with friends and family - they don't even need the app!
► Get Off Alerts – we'll let you know when it's time to transfer
► Live countdown boards for buses and trains
► See exactly where you bus or train is on the map right now
► Service Alerts - Find out about delays and diversions before you leave
► Save your favorite stops and stations
► Full seven-day schedules
► Schedule alarms and get reminders before your bus or train arrives.
► Quickly see the last train or bus arriving tonight
► Live and offline route maps
► One-tap ‘get me home’ journey planning
► Simple and clean - we only show you what you need to know

We love feedback! Get in touch with us at talk@travelwhiz.app or follow us on Twitter at @TalkToWhiz.

Please note that the app requires data access and works best with GPS / location on. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. Background GPS is only used when you have a Get Off Alert turned on.

Check out our Privacy Policy at https://travelwhiz.app/privacy and our Terms of Use at https://travelwhiz.app/terms

What’s New

Version 2020.10.1

In this release: sync your favorites and settings across all of your devices. Just sign in using your email address, Sign in with Apple or your social media account and we'll make sure all of your saved stops, places and trips are synchronised. You can sign up from the Settings screen.

A quick note about privacy: we've made sure this service is as private as possible. We don't store your name, email address or social media login. Instead, our database stores a unique Sync ID that identifies you, but isn't related to your login details. Also, we use the industry-standard OAuth2 protocol to log in to your social media account (if that's the option you choose) rather than add the social media company's own code to our app. Finally, we use a 'passwordless' email system, so if you choose to use your email address to log in, we send you an email to log in, and your email address isn't stored on our database.

Until next time, happy commuting!

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
2.4K Ratings

2.4K Ratings

Hcufifiig ,

I thought it was fake

When I first saw this app, I thought it would be fake and wouldn’t actually have live times of the light rail. Boy was I wrong! It’s completely live and tells you all of the times that each train or bus comes to your area, and the estimated amount of time that it will take to get to your destination. I have used it daily for my commute to school!

critical user of transit apps ,

No way to contact & routing needs to be improved

Problem #1 is that their in-app “Send Feedback” page doesn’t allow you to submit your message, so there is no way to contact them without digging on the internet to try and find contact info.

Proble #2: I wasted my time finding their website and typing out a message only to encounter another error with their contact form - HTTP 401 on their own form submission to their own site. If they can’t even maintain their basic website, I have no hopes for the app to be improved.

Now, on to the app:
The routing could use an refactor.

For a trip from North Boulder to Union Station, a chosen route taking the 204 to FF2, why do you have the trip transfer at Broadway and 20th instead of the downtown boulder station?

One reason to do this is to ensure that one can get on the FF2 with luggage or a bicycle. Another benefit is that when people board the FF2 at the station while the bus is just sitting idle is that the trip times will decrease with less people getting on the bus mid-route, decreasing dwell time.

Making apps for public transportation should not just check a list of features, it should be tested and thought out to the actual experience. Otherwise it’s just another app in the App Store.

Dessert master ,

Impressed

This is a great improvement over the past apps. It runs almost like the transit app. I like the bus numbers. Sometimes I still use the transit app because it gives all of the buses in the area and the times they are going to arrive. This helps me to decide which corner of the intersection to go to if I missed one bus. It would be nice to have instructions as how to do things for those who are not intuitive. The destinations of the buses and the bus numbers are very helpful. Sometimes it would be nice to have the buses GPS to be updated a little more frequently. The number of RTD apps is confusing when looking for the most up to date one.

Information

Seller
Transit Now ltd
Size
37.2 MB
Category
Navigation
Compatibility

Requires iOS 13.2 and watchOS 6.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Languages

English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese

Age Rating
4+
Location
This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
Copyright
Price
Free
In-App Purchases
  1. Premium Edition $4.99
  2. Premium - Annual Subscription $8.99
  3. Premium - Monthly Subscription $1.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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