Mobile Apps

Transit Apps

OCTA's open data initiative provides transit system data to developers to create mobile apps. While we cannot endorse the apps below, we encourage you to read reviews and research the apps that work best for you.

  • Google Maps - Free

    Google Maps offers a transit trip planner based on OCTA transit system information.

  • HopStop Transit Directions - Free

    HopStop uses OCTA transit system information to provide bus and train directions. Reviewed by CNET, Wired and Gizmodo.

  • The Transit App - Free

    The Transit App offers a transit trip planner based on OCTA transit system information. Reviewed by CNET, Wired and Gizmodo.

  • City Maps by Lumatic - Free

    City Maps uses OCTA transit system information and a natural way to navigate to make directions easy to follow. Reviewed by Wired.


OCTA Developer Policy

OCTA publically offers transit system data feeds to developers. These resources are to encourage community building and contributions by having developers utilize our transit information for the production of useful web services.

Currently, we provide feeds in GIS Data format and Google Transit Feed Format.

Please be advised that while we provide this information, OCTA makes no representations or warranties of any kind and that we are not liable for any damages – direct, indirect, or incidental – that may arise out of the use of our data feeds.

At all times, OCTA maintains the rights and ownership of the open data we offer.