Moovit is one app for all your urban mobility and transit rides.
Transportation is an integral part of urban living. Whether you ride the train, subway, bus, light rail, ferry or metro, use dockless scooters, bikes, ride-sharing like Uber, getting the best urban mobility information is critical. Enter Moovit! Moovit guides you from point A to B in the easiest and most efficient way. Get train and bus times, maps, and real-time arrival times with ease so you can plan your trip with confidence. Find critical alerts and service disruptions for your favorite lines. Get step-by-step directions of optimal route bus, train, metro, bike, scooter or a combination of them.
Moovit guides more than 680 million users in over 3000 cities throughout the world. Commuters will find updated bus times and train times, transit maps, and, where available, real-time line arrivals. Locate nearby bus stops and train stations, travel with on-the-go live navigation guidance, receive get-off alerts at your destination to ensure a smooth ride. This is why Moovit has been named one of the best apps of the year in 2017 by the App Store.
Moovit is your personal assistant for all your transit rides!
► Real time arrivals. View real-time arrival updates, which are taken directly from GPS devices positioned on buses and trains. Avoid wasting time guessing train times or bus times.
► Real time alerts. Know about issues ahead of time by receiving service alerts such as emergency or unexpected disruptions, delays, traffic jams, new construction, and more so that you can plan ahead if your bus time or train time changed.
► Live Directions. Get step-by-step bus directions and other transit directions with live guidance from A-to-B: Know how long you need to walk to your station, view the arrival time of your line, receive get-off alerts at your destination, and more.
► Users reports. Moovit’s users report issues found with stations, line service, and schedules so that we can inform all nearby riders about what’s going on in their area.
► Favorite lines, stations, and places. Get easy access to lines, stations, and places you ride and visit all the time. Plus, get real-time updates if/when there are changes to your favorite lines in case your bus time or train time is impacted!
► Bike routes. Get bike routes in addition to the bus, subway, train, or metro trip plans. If you ride bikes (yours or shared) we can plan a route that includes the train or bus. Moovit will help you plan a trip that meets your transit-needs. Bike docking stations are updated in real-time. Bike trip plans are only available in supported metro areas.
► Maps view. Interested in seeing the whole picture? View all stations, routes, and lines on the subway or bus map. Additionally, maps are available in PDF for when you’re offline, or underground on the subway.
Moovit is the #1 urban mobility app in the world. We’re proud to collaborate with public transit agencies across the United States, including:
You only need one app on your phone to navigate nearby buses and transit in the U.S. and across 96 other countries and in 45 languages. If you’d like to know bus times and train times in London, Barcelona, Madrid, or Rome, or, if you need to find out when the last bus leaves a certain bus stop in Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Melbourne, Seoul, Moovit has you covered. You ride, we guide!
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You asked – we listened. Moovit has a new dark mode! From now on, iOS 13 users can enjoy this slick, new look, which is both easier on the eyes (especially for nighttime navigations) and also a battery saver.
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Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Pocket Travel Guide
Moovit is a must have. We used it nonstop while on our NYC vacation. NYC is big and spread out but getting around is a snap with this app. Just punch in where you want to go (restaurant, hotel, attraction, address, etc...) and it tells you how long it will take to get there and (1) which subway station is closest, (2) gives you gps walking directions to get there, (3) tells you which line to get on, (4) lets you know how many minutes until the next 3 subways on that line will arrive at your station, (5) tells you how many stops until you need to get off, (6) shows you a list of all the stops until your departure, (7) updates that list as you ride, (8) alerts you before your last stop telling you to get off, and (9) gives you walking directions to wherever you are trying to get to.
As a visitor I don’t know the terminal ends of the subway lines, and that is what the subways say on them and on the signs. It would give users more confidence if the app said “D toward Brighton Beach” so you feel better about getting on a train going towards a destination you don’t know.
That said, the app was always right and the only time we got on the right line going the wrong direction was because we second guessed the app.
Subway Service at Line 1
We are from the US, Senior citizens (65 yrs old) and first timers in Toronto. The service at Line 1 is excellent except for our FIRST DAY (8/5/19 around 12- 1 pm ) experience wherein since we were new in the area we seek an assistance from an employee who was comfortably sitting on her chair with her legs stretched out to the floor and was rude in answering our queries. Worst thing is after we bought the ticket the door where I used didn’t open even if I swiped or scanned my ticket. She knew I had some problem but NEVER BOTHERED TO GET UP FROM HER CHAIR TO HELP ME until later when another lady employee came and helped us only to find that the door had some problem thus she let us move to another door. It was a horrible experience for us which was our first impression that people are not RUDE and NOT HELPFUL. But thank goodness that was the only bad experience we had, all the rest that followed were good since most of the employees we approached were helpful. That single employee must have problems but SHE should be taught to have GOOD CUSTOMER SERVICE since that’s part of HER JOB.
We love traveling thru the SUBWAY and the Bus service are good too.
Made LA Easy
I sold my car about 4 months ago and decided to give LA Public Transit a try. It took me a bit to get acquainted with the properly, but once I figured out how everything worked it was truly a life saver. So far, the app has been incredibly accurate with regard to their real-time bus arrivals. It also does well with connecting you to other types of public transportation and has been pretty accurate with real-time predictions of the Metro trains. Their customer service is also great. I have email them a few times with questions or suggestions and they’ve always gotten back to me within the day. My first wish is to be able to customize your route so that you don’t have to use the suggested ones or if there is an area you’d like to avoid when traveling. My second wish is that you could plan ahead. Once you hit play, it will begin navigating you. It would great to have a function where you could set the app to being navigating for a future date and it remind you to leave. Similar to what you can do with Waze.
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Requires iOS 10.0 and watchOS 5.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
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