The ultimate NYC transit app, featuring realtime arrival info plus subway and bus directions, service advisories, timetables, push alerts, walking maps, and station entrance/exit data.
• Live train times let you seen exactly when your train will arrive. (Only for MTA lines with countdown clocks: currently the 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and Times Sq Shuttle.)
• Easy step-by-step directions mean you always know the fastest route. Subway directions even work offline underground!
• System advisories, including background updating so you always have the latest information.
• See train schedules for any station at any time of day
• Use Street Map mode to see bus stations and bus times
• Get push alerts for delays, customized for your route and commute time
• See subway lines, stations, entrances, and exits overlaid on a street map
• Browse the latest service advisories even while offline
• See your Current Location with a tap; get walking directions to nearby stations
• Beautiful graphics, including high-resolution maps for the Retina display
• Review line diagrams to see stations, transfers, and express/local timing
• Search for stations with a few taps
Remember: the New York subway is a complex system and can't follow the timetables perfectly. The MTA timetables are included for guidance only.
This app is for the MTA New York City subway and bus system, and features a licensed MTA map. To learn more about iTrans, report problems, or request new features, visit our website.
The applications iTrans NYC Subway was published
in the category Navigation on 2008-07-11 and
was developed by iTrans.
The file size is 75.16 MB.
The current version is 8.2 and works well on
8.0 and high ios versions.
• Second Avenue Subway
• W train
• Miscellaneous bug fixes
I've appreciated this app because it's usually been reliable - more than others - with providing weekend/late night service alerts. But this is the second weekend in a row that that is not true, that numerous weekend service alerts are not listed. I'm very disappointed as that's the main reason I've used the app.
It's my go-to, use it every day.
Probably the most accurate compared to other apps showing train time, however not as accurate as time published in train stations. Alerts info is very useful but sometimes hard to find the specific info for the specific lines you need. You get the basic info you need but no ease to use.
Update: second time the 7 train has a service advisory posted on the MTA site and this app doesn't show anything for the 7 train. I purchased this app and am sorely disappointed. There are 7 train service advisories posted on the MTA's site for this weekend that are completely missing from this app. And there was a service alert for the 7 train yesterday during rush hour and the app did not alert me, even though I do have the alert setup in the "push alert" section. I wish there was a way to get my money back.
The list of subway planned service changes are often incorrect! I always have to check to MTA website to confirm.
Don't waste your money. Q train was opened 6 months ago and they haven't updated
I had the older free version of this app which worked as well as I needed it to. I proceeded to purchase this version and have neither the second avenue line nor the W on the map or in the info. App still works, but having contacted support several times without any response, I feel a bit cheated. 4 stars for the app, 0 for customer support
Use it everyday. Excellent app.
I don't know what I'd do without this app!! Keeps me in the loop about everything from planned work to sick passengers. At home or on the go... Love it!!
Best subway app I've found.
Great app. Always reliable and super handy, especially on weekends when trains are crazy.
I'm constantly using this app. Every time I need to plan a subway I check this app first.
Never fill out reviews.... But just had to do this one..... I live in brooklyn and work on the UWS...... no need to say more.
Essential app for New York City subway riders. Period.
(This review pertains to the NYC-MTA version.) I don't often pay for apps but this one has proved pretty invaluable for the 2-3 years I've had it. It's probably about 98% accurate on service changes and delays (which is about light years ahead of the MTA itself) and is invaluable on trip planning and maximizing your time/avoiding standing on platforms waiting for trains that never come.
You guys need to delineate the extension of the Q line, the 2nd Ave. Subway line, more clearly on your map – –
The maps are useful and the transit alerts help me plan my route. I still use this even with transit support in Maps and Google Maps.
I don't think it's "Totally worth its money!" anymore. I use it sometimes but there are better free apps