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April 24, 2019 | 4 Comments

Transit to Replace Metro On The Go on April 30

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Have you switched over to the new Transit app? If not, time is running out.

On April 30, Metro Transit will discontinue the “Metro On The Go” mobile application. It will no longer be supported.

Instead, Metro Transit has partnered with Transit, the official real-time information and trip-planning mobile application for the St. Louis region’s public transportation system. With the app, you can check out nearby transit options and departure times, and easily navigate the region, aided by accurate real-time MetroBus tracking, trip planning, and step-by-step navigation with Transit’s GO feature.


Download the app: iPhone | Android


Transit also offers first- and last-mile connections to Metro with its Transit+ feature. For certain trips, Transit will suggest taking an Uber or Lyft part of the way, and connecting with MetroBus or MetroLink service. This first-of-its kind feature allows you to plan, book, and pay for a ride-sharing trip, while getting real-time updates on your connection — all in one app.


Transit 101: Learn how to use the Transit app


Transit, the leading transport app in North America, counts millions of active users in more than 175 cities worldwide, including tens of thousands throughout the St. Louis area. Metro joins dozens of agencies that have partnered with Transit, including Boston’s MBTA, Baltimore’s MDOT MTA, Tampa Bay’s PSTA, Silicon Valley’s VTA and Montreal’s STM.

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4 thoughts on “Transit to Replace Metro On The Go on April 30”

  1. Cj says:

    I have a Windows phone. ☹

  2. Annette Miller says:

    I don’t like the new app

    1. Matthew Hibbard says:

      Sorry to hear that Annette. We’re happy to walk you through the app. Give us a call 314-231-2345.

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