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The perfect companion for your BART trip. See the schedule and plan your trip with ease.<br><br>Features:<br><br>Super fast planner:<br><br>Find out which train to take within seconds. Set your home and work stations for an even faster experience.<br><br>Real-time schedule update.<br><br>News and alerts:<br><br>Receive important info from BART Twitter accounts right in the app!
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I like this app because it’s pretty straight forward but I must say it’s confusing when you buy the Premium app (actually pay) because not much changes.. I guess it’s supposed to let you know when updated schedule when trains are running late or idk. I’d say the free version works just fine, not much perks for spending $$ on it. Also, I noticed that the new Antioch BART line is now running yet it’s not reflected on the app yet, wondering when they’ll add it. It’s good for know what time to catch your train and planning your trip on BART.
This app used to work before they updated it. Now it’s drunk most of the time; scroll lists that don’t appear, links to useless Apple maps launching at seemingly random times, trip planning that doesn’t make any sense at all; really you’re telling that i should take bart from MacArthur to 19th street in order to catch a Richmond train to el cerrito??? And the times shown are completely off, like not even close to reality. It doesn’t know when bart is on a Sunday or holiday schedule; The only thing good about this app is that is shows real time not relative time, and it shows arrival times. But the fact that those times are wrong more often then they’re right make this app a complete waste of time. All traces of this app should be deleted.
I paid for the update and I’m fine with supporting the developers. It’s generally easy to use for quick time references. My only critique would be that the real time updates aren’t wholly correct. This may be a result of whatever BART APIs they may be using. Also, I would find the real time updates more useful if I knew that a train I wanted to take arrived at previous stations later. I’ve worked around this by figuring out which line I would be taking and inputting an earlier station. Would love to have this feature.
The developer has fixed the problem! I find the new version a little aggressive with the pop-up window suggesting to upgrade to the ad-free version, but functionality is now perfect. Thank you! Old review: It used to be you could plan a trip from Ashby to SF and see options for timed transfers through MacArthur station. Now, the trip planner only shows Richmond line trains. Can this be fixed?
I used this ap all the time— it was accurate and GAVE CORRECT DIRECTIONS. My first heads up there was a problem was getting directions to transfer at 12th street from Rockridge to get to 19th Street (the train passes through 19th on its way to 12th!) it did a similar thing today asking me to transfer once or twice on a train that has direct service. AND the times are off. I hope they fix this soon. Their formatting makes the most sense allowing you to easily choose your stations and showing you the whole range of departure choices. Sad.
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Trip Planner for BART is ranking in Navigation & Travel
Last update was at Sep 25, 2019and the current version is 3.7.
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