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Your little peek into the heart of Transit.
Transit’s in-app prediction engine now tells you if your ride is running late or early — with up to 80% more accuracy than official agency data.
Why we’re introducing subscriptions at Transit
Introducing Vaccélérateur: a bot that finds last-minute appointments across Québec — so you can get your vaccine in days, not weeks ♥️
America’s transportation fund is bankrupt. Public transit is on life support. Can Biden save America from its Elvis-era transportation policy?
Mmm, our bread and butter. We obsess over making sure riders get the most accurate predictions and trip info imaginable.
There's a battle in the transit world: some companies are trying to control the whole Monopoly board. But there's a better way to run a railroad.
We're not out to reinvent the bus. We're here to help cities and transit agencies make it easy for people to get around without their own car.
Our newest batch of cities is soo continental. Welcome Belgium 🇧🇪 + Netherlands 🇳🇱 + Luxembourg 🇱🇺 + Spain 🇪🇸. Or as we like to say, BeNeLuxSpa 💆♀️
Riders in 35 cities (with more on the way) are using Transit’s new in-app crowding feature: it lets them self-report crowding levels on their bus and train.
You can now purchase fares for STM, RTL, STL, and exo buses — as well as BIXIs! — with one account in Transit
Transit riders want to know how crowded their vehicles are. One problem: that data didn’t exist in most cities. Now it has arrived.
Picking the wrong entrance can put you blocks from where you want to go. Now, you can find the right entrance every time 😎
Millions continue to ride buses and trains. We surveyed them: of course they’re essential workers. They’re also mostly female, people of colour, and poorly paid.