Mobility

Moovit tapped to provide journey planning for Maryland transits

Posted on December 17, 2018

Moovit and the Center for Mobility Equity have partnered to provide transit data to public transit riders using Moovit’s free app in Maryland and the greater Baltimore-Washington region. Image: Moovit
Moovit and the Center for Mobility Equity have partnered to provide transit data to public transit riders using Moovit’s free app in Maryland and the greater Baltimore-Washington region. Image: Moovit

Moovit and the Center for Mobility Equity, a nonprofit organization that provides transportation information throughout Maryland, have partnered to provide transit data to public transit riders using Moovit’s free app in Maryland and the greater Baltimore-Washington region.

Moovit’s public transit app, which works in 44 languages, provides real-time transit arrivals and directions, trip plans, service alerts and Get Off Alerts through the free smartphone and web app, making traveling via public transit easy and convenient.

The Center for Mobility Equity will embed the Moovit Web Trip planner on their website to allow for easy journey searches for their audience. They will also provide Moovit’s Journey Planner to all transit agencies and operators in Maryland so that no matter which agency riders may search for, they will still have access to the journey planning tool.    

Moovit will provide the latest public transit data for the following transit agencies in the greater Baltimore-Washington region: MDOT MTA (BaltimoreLink, Metro, Light Rail, Commuter Bus, and MARC), WMATA (Metrorail and Metrobus), Allegany County Transit, Annapolis Transit, Arlington Transit, BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport Shuttles, Calvert County Public Transportation, Carroll Transit System, Cecil Transit, Charles County VanGo, Charm City Circulator, DASH, DC Circulator, DC Streetcar, Delmarva Community Transit, Fairfax Connector, Frederick County TransIT, Harford Transit LINK, Loudoun County Transit (Local and Commuter buses), NIST Shuttles, Ocean City Transportation, Montgomery County Ride On, Prince George's County TheBus, PRTC, Queen Anne's County Ride, RTA of Central Maryland, Shore Transit, Shuttle-UM, St. Mary's Transit System, Virginia Railway Express, and Washington County Transit.

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