A convenient way to buy single tickets for public transport in Stockholm with SL and get live network service updates.
This is the official SL app for buying single tickets and get service updates on public transport in Stockholm.
• Buy single tickets and pay by card or Swish
• Plan your journey with real time information and buy a ticket for that journey
• Check for service disruptions and view the next departure from a certain stop or station
• Manage your tickets and get a receipt for your ticket directly to your email inbox
The application will use GPS to find your position for trip searches from your position.
Updates for iOS 12.
Ratings and Reviews
It's hard to lose functionality, but it did.
I used to love the app because it always showed the walking part to the final destination and which side of street for the bus stop. Now it doesn't show the end point of the search on the journey map, just the start and end points of the subway, bus, tram, etc used in the route selection. The map is useless unless you are looking for a major attraction. Google maps doesn't always have the best walking map (sometimes it shows impossible paths unless you can leap tall buildings in a single bound) and shows a straight line for a bus route. Guess I should go old school with a map.
Honestly, this app is still pretty low on the usefulness scale. Can’t access my SL account, can’t buy tickets in advance, the network disruptions section is rather confusing than helpful and to get correct times and trip info, there are still better apps out there. No lost & found info either. Ask any of your customers for feedback and they’ll tell you exactly what features they would expect from the official SL app.
It has potential, all of the components are there, but it just isn’t useful for anything. None of my cards work to pay for tickets, it was slow to even tell me it was failing. It’s route creation is not very optimized, Google maps beats it by a long shot. It wants me to take 1 bus and 3 trains and Google maps can just have me take 2 buses which is way cheaper and still gets me there a minute earlier. I just don’t see a use for the app in its current configuration
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.