If you operate a system that moves people (transit buses, shuttles, vans, etc.), you need to count them and track them. Passio applications quickly and seemlessly track your vehicles and easily counts passengers tagging them with GPS coordinates and time/day as they enter and exit, including different passenger types or groups.

With Passio GO you have the ability to display bus locations for your passengers, including schedules and ETA.

N.B. You can run Passio GO without any registration, use for free. Please contact us at: to setup a Passio Account to operate your own bus system.

What’s New

Version 3.4

Stop cluster issue fixed. In previous version: multiple systems, large systems support.

Ratings and Reviews

1.7 out of 5
103 Ratings

103 Ratings

Ariel J. Transparentpseudonym ,

Terrible at maps and schedules

This app I think is designed to be a live map of buses right now and nothing else. I have no use for this--I don't have a data plan, and the only stop near wifi is the end of the line, so I never know which approaching bus is mine.

My institution has made the terrible decision to use this app for everything, not just the one live-map application it is actually designed for.

The app is 100% useless without a network connection. I cannot look up schedules or maps while offline. (My institution used to have a very nice app that just saved all the schedules to my phone or iPad, but they stopped maintaining it when they started using Passio--which, again, does live maps and nothing else.)

Passio is the only unified map of all routes my institution had. This means that I cannot plan trips in advance--their map only works during the hours the bus is running, and their schedule information is really hard to find and in any case only shows a few hours around the present. If I want to plan a trip for tomorrow or next week? Too bad, so sad.

Nicksstupidaccount ,

Hardly deserves the star it got

My school (UA) decided to stop using the Rider app in favor of this dumpster fire. I don’t think anyone on the development team was prepared to release the app yet considering it can’t handle more than 3 min of use without crashing. Under favorites, you can only save entire routes, not specific stops, and trying to click on a single one of those routes doesn’t even seem to work. I wish I didn’t have to be this harsh but this is an embarrassing launch and it’s unfathomable how anyone thought this would be a good time to swap to this app. So many students, including myself, are going to have a significantly harder time using the school transit system.

018272535373949272637393736 ,

Absolute Garbage

My university (UA) switched to this useless app from Transloc Rider, which had ZERO issues. This app is missing buses, says the bus is hours away from a stop when the bus cycles are only 30 minutes long, is missing entire routes, won’t let you favorite a stop, has a ridiculous lag in GPS tracking, and you can’t even see the bus stops unless you’ve selected a route that goes through the stop! On top of that, the app crashes constantly making you re-navigate though the clunky menus to find the stop/route again. It makes the bus system completely unusable. I’d give it 0 stars if I could. BRING BACK TRANSLOC RIDER!


Passio Technologies, Inc
30.2 MB

Requires iOS 10.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



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