App Center

These third-party applications can help Metro and MAX riders find information on the go. KCATA does not endorse, guarantee, sell or license these apps. We recommend reading reviews of the apps to determine if an app fits your needs. Some of the apps include only KCATA information, while others include multiple transit agencies. And if you know of an app that should be listed on this page, please email us at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Google Maps

Provides public transit directions (trip planning) and information.
Platforms: Android, BlackBerry, iPhone/iPad, Nokia, S60, Windows
Cost: Free
Developer: Google.com

HopStop

Get detailed public transit, walking, taxi, and biking directions in Kansas City and dozens of other cities throughout the US, Canada and Europe.
Cost: Free
Platforms: iPhone, iPod, iPad, Blackberry, Android
Developer: HopStop.com

KCATA Tracker

This mobile-friendly version of WebWatch comes from Metro rider, @omnay.
Cost: Free
Platform: Web
Developers: @omnay/Sprout Software

Transit!

This app provides scheduling information for around 50 transit agencies.
Cost: Free
Platform: Android
Developers: Eleven Three Labs

Transit App 

Provides information about the next bus or train arrival in 53 regions. Includes a trip planner.

Cost: Free
Platform: iOS and Android
Developer: The Transit App

Transit Guru

This app includes transit schedules and maps.
Cost: $1.99
Platform: iPhone, iPod, iPad
Developers: Toccata Technologies Inc.

TransitTimes+

TransitTimes+ provides public transit trip planning and schedules for more than 50 cities.
Cost: $2.99
Platform: iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch) & Android
Developers: Zervaas Enterprises

UMKC BUS

UMKC BUS provides UMKC students with easy access to the campus bus schedule and routes, as well as a route map and scheduled times for the KCATA stops around campus.
Cost: Free
Platform: iPhone, iPod, iPad
Developers: University of Missouri – Kansas City

KCATA makes its Google Transit feed available for software developers. To learn more about this project, visit http://www.kcata.org/transit_data.

 

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