Transit partners with C-TRAN and Mountain Line to provide real-time information

Sept. 9, 2021
Riders in Flagstaff, Ariz., and Clark County, Wash., can access real-time information and planning tools provided by the partnership.

Transit has partnered with two transit agencies to improve the customer experience of transit users in Flagstaff, Ariz., and Clark County, Wash, with the company providing the official mobility app for Mountain Line and C-TRAN.

In Flagstaff, the Transit app will keep Mountain Line riders informed of real-time arrival information. Riders will be able to view nearby options and departer times, as well as access trip planning, step-by-step navigation and crowdsourced real-time information with Transit’s GO feature.

In Washington state, C-TRAN says the app provides a powerful tool for seamless travel across multiple modes.

“C-TRAN is committed to providing the best service we can for Clark County, and that means putting the best information we can directly into riders’ hands,” said C-TRAN CEO Shawn M. Donaghy. “This partnership with Transit makes it even easier to access our service and keep Clark County moving.”

C-TRAN riders will see real-time bus tracking, have access to trip planning, step-by-step navigation, saved favorite routes and locations and C-TRAN-specific rider alerts.

“Partnering with a single app that prioritizes transit makes it clear to riders where they can go for information,” said Transit’s Chief Business Officer David Block Schachter. “We’re excited to work with C-TRAN to give riders a top-rated app experience to plan their trips and track their rides throughout Clark County and Portland.”

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