Transit App Now Supports Live Activities on iOS
Transit's Live Activities shows the status of your public transit ride, your estimated arrival time, when you should head out to your pickup, and more
Calgary Now Using Transit App with Free Royale Subscription for Riders
The City of Calgary has a new app for trip planning along public transit.
Milton Transit and Cornwall Transit Join Transit Royale Subscription Platform
Transit is a public transit navigation app that serves 300 cities across the globe, including Quebec City, Toronto, Montréal, and Victoria.
Transit App Launches ‘Transit Royale’ Subscription Service
Transit Royale launches this month in select cities, with a worldwide roll-out planned for 2022.
Transit Launches Montreal’s First Mobile Fare for ARTM
The fare includes free transfers during a 120-minute period and marks the first time Montreal transit riders can pay for trips using a mobile phone.
BC Transit Launches Real-Time Bus Info in Victoria; Transit App Adds Support
BC Transit riders in Victoria can now access real-time bus info.
Quebec STO Riders Can Now Track Their Bus in Real-Time with Transit’s Smartphone App
A new announcement from the Société de transport de l'Outaouais (STO) means riders can track their buses in real-time.
TransLink’s Tap-to-Pay System Hits One Million Contactless Payments
TransLink hit a new milestone this week with one million contactless payments on its new tap-to-pay platform.
City of Peterborough May Get Long-Awaited Transit App
The city of Peterborough will be getting a new transit app that will notify users about bus information directly from their smartphone.
Google Updates Maps with Wheelchair Accessible Routes [u]
Google has announced a new feature in Google Maps, which shows wheelchair accessible routes.
Montreal-Based Developer Announces Update to Transit iOS App, Brings New Profile View
Montreal app developer Transit has announced an update to their app, which was formerly known as Transit App.
New App Designed to Collect Transit Data Launched by University of Toronto
Researchers at the university have been conducting transit surveys every five years since 1986.