Per Montgomery County: Montgomery County’s Department of Transportation (MCDOT) has launched a new Ride On Trip Planner app that makes planning out transportation options in and around Montgomery County easy and convenient. The app is free and was created in partnership with Moovit, a mobility and journey app provider. Riders can download the app from the Google Play or Apple app store.
The new Ride On Trip Planner app allows for trip planning across multiple modes including Ride On buses, Metrorail and Metrobuses, scooters and Bikeshare. Additionally, the platform will give live reports on wait times and ridership levels for Ride On buses by utilizing a crowdsourcing information feature. This allows more Ride On buses to be added to busier routes based on immediate need. It also provides features to guide riders along their chosen route, including “first mile, last mile” directions to a selected bus stop, and push notifications when they have arrived.
A web-based version is also available.
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