Our new all-in-one App for Subways, Buses, and LIRR and Metro-North trains gives you everything you need to optimize your travels:
- Personalized Trip Planning
- Planned and Unplanned Service Change Information
- Real-time Arrivals & Schedules
- Find Nearby Stations & Stops with the Click of a Button
- Live Tracking of Bus Locations on Both a Line Map and Geographic Map; Know Instantly How Many Stops and Minutes Away Your Bus Is
- Add Favorites to Allow for One-Click Views of the Information Most Important to You
- Personalized Text and Email Alerts
The New York MTA is proud to present our customers with MYmta, an app designed for our customers based upon feedback directly from our customers. Tell us about the features you want, the data you need, and how you want to receive it!
MYmta provides a personalized experience across all transit services for daily commuters and tourists alike! It is a great tool for optimizing all your New York Metro transportation needs.
We’ve updated the MYmta app with a host of new features & improvements:
• All new Rail Live Tracking
• Bus and rail tracking in Nearby
• Improved access to rail schedules
• Direct links to MTA eTix
• UX enhancements throughout
Thanks for continuing to make this app better – and keep the feedback coming!
Ratings and Reviews
I’m lovin’ it!
Aii anyways, I use this app on the regular to look at the various maps, check the times of the trains, and getting directions to locations. Getting directions isn't the best, but it gets the job done (it could be better as explained in paragraph 2 😁).
One thing i would ABSOLUTELY LOVE to see in this app is an option called “must take” (or something of this nature) that forces the app to have to give you directions with the specific trains you want to take. I’ll provide an example, let’s say you’re at Times Square 42nd street subway station and you wanna go to Roosevelt Ave Jackson Heights subway station 74th street. There are multiple ways to get there. The app allows you to use the 7, E, F, and R trains. That’s perfect!, however, what I really want is to take the R to Queensboro Plaza and then transfer to the 7 train from there. The app doesn’t even suggest this, but there are and will be more reasons one might want to take other trains (the example provided is only 1 out of multiple). Anyways, thanks for you time. 😎
Buggy, crashes constantly
I would love to say this app was helpful and right when I first downloaded it it was, however at some point it started crashing any time I tried to do anything besides look at the home page. Sometimes it’s not even able to make it past the opening animation before it crashes. Before it started constantly crashing, I loved that I could use this on the weekends to find alternate routes where the train was actually running. I also loved that you could easily start from a different location than your current one, and that you could plan your route ahead of time. But it would be nice to see slightly better walking directions between the station or stop and your destination. Also, although the opening animation looks cool, it seems a little long and when the app keeps crashing in the midst of trying to get directions and the animation plays each time you reopen it, it gets a little old. It would be nice to see something really simple, or better yet, to see the home screen right away.
Love it, could be better for commuters!
I love it, I’m not a regular user, but it’s great when I do use it. I wish there was an Apple Watch version, my brother is a daily commuting college student, and I feel that if there were an Apple Watch version that you can set up with your phone to show the next train time for your chosen stops (ex. If I commuted from Grand central to Yonkers, and the other way around maybe the app could show me the next train or two when I opened it and I could swipe to see the train times for the same route but starting at the opposite location, so if I checked Yonkers to grand central and then swiped I could see grand central to Yonkers) I think it would be a simple, yet very helpful and effective because it’s easier to look at your wrist and see the when the next train is than opening your phone and opening the app and choosing From and To locations. Just an idea, but I think it’s good.
- MTA/New York City Transit
- 94.2 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, Korean, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- ©Copyright 2018 Metropolitan Transportation Authority
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.