Check Your Trip's Crowding Level
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What is Crowding Info?
In select areas where the data is available, Transit is able to display how much space there is on the bus you're waiting for.
- On the main screen, select the line you're interested in.
- Tap the vehicle icon on the map.
Bus Crowding Levels
The same way you can help other fellow users get accurate real-time information by using GO, you can also tell them how crowded the bus is.
When you get the prompt in GO, let others know how crowded the bus is by choosing a crowding level!
If you've minimized GO, don't worry you won't get a notification. Don't want to share the crowding level? No problem! Just dismiss the prompt and we won't ask again for that trip.
Note: If you’d like to learn how to plan a less-crowded trip, follow this page.
Crowding information is available in the following cities:
- Mississauga (MiWay)
- Niagara Falls
- St. Catharines
- Toronto (TTC)
- York Region (YRT)
- Longueuil (RTL)
- Montréal (STM, EXO)
- Los Angeles (Anaheim Resort Transportation, Metro, LADOT, OCTA, SunLine Transit Agency, Torrance Transit, VVTA)
- Sacramento (e-tran)
- SF Bay Area (AC Transit, Emery Go-Round, Marin Transit, Petaluma Transit, PresidiGo, Stanford Marguerite Shuttle, Tempo BRT)
- Thousand Palms
- New Britain
- New Haven
- Miami (Tri-Rail)
- Atlanta (Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority)
- Iowa City (CAMBUS)
- Boston (MBTA, PVTA)
- Kansas City
- Las Vegas (RTC Southern Nevada)
- Nassau County
- New York City (some MTA bus lines)
- Raleigh (Duke Transit, Wolfline)
- Seattle (Pierce Transit)