Using the NJ TRANSIT Mobile App, it’s easier than ever to travel throughout New Jersey to New York and Philadelphia. NJ TRANSIT information is conveniently available to you. Buy and display passes or tickets securely and get transit options on your mobile device.
• MyTix® mobile ticketing
• My Transit Alert notifications; real time rail and bus arrival/departure
• Trip planning for rail, bus and light rail service
• MyTix – Buy and display your pass or ticket securely on your mobile
• My Transit Alerts – Receive push notifications of NJ TRANSIT Rail, Bus
& Light Rail travel alerts
• Trip Planner – Receive suggested options for travel to your destination
• Schedules – Make travel plans using quick station-to-station schedule
for rail, bus & light rail
• DepartureVision® – Get real time train status for your selected station
• MyBus® – View bus arrivals for your stop
• Contact Us – Provide feedback on your travel experience
•Push notifications of My Transit alerts
•Additional payment method - Apple Pay
Ratings and Reviews
DV view more useful on website.
Departure View on the website is immensely useful to see expected departure and arrival times of (the very often) delayed trains. However, DV on the app doesn’t let you see this information for trains that have already departed. So... if you want to find out when you’ll actually arrive at the destination once the train is in motion, since the timetables are obviously not accurate, you have to go out to the DV website and manually enter train numbers into the query parameters on the URL. Needless to say, this is not an optimal workflow.
Also, not going to pile on with the other comments here, but really, this app is horrible. Glitchy. Slow. Constantly logs you out at the worst opportunity. Can’t log you back in because you’re usually in transit and don’t have service. Conductors get angry waiting for you to pull up your ticket. It’s honestly baffling how bad it is being that it mostly just displays timetables and tickets. NJ transit, please source development of this out to a capable developer.
App no app no transit must be the most unorganized train service in the United States and mamyne the whole world no one has answers and when you ask to speak to a manager it’s like speaking to a janitor the people in power they have speaking to costumers are never in any position to make change from the people in office at penn station to the yellow jacket guys on floor and conductors themselves all of them are extremely unprofessional when the commute goes bad it’s like they find the closest hole to hide in I’m calling the lost and found phone number no one is picking up why offer a service and not provide the assistance you offer trains running 1 hour late and they still punch your ticket instead of being reimbursed for the extreme inconvenience they charge you for it the system is not professional and extremely inconsiderate to the costumers that pay your salaries at the end of the day a lot of them need to be taught manners respect and appreciation to the clients if I worked the way these people and there sorry additudes do is be out of my job
Two Minutes and Done
After downloading app, credit card info and setup was straightforward. They allow nickname for cards, which is a plus. For rail trip, simply pick type of ticket- 1-way, etc., starting point, end point and pay. So easy. Can’t understand rating given this experience, but thinking must be legacy apps that were worse. No more ticket counters!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.