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This article was published on May 14, 2014

Citymapper adds Boston and Washington DC to its Android app for public transport directions

Citymapper adds Boston and Washington DC to its Android app for public transport directions
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Citymapper has added Boston and Washington DC to the latest update of its Android app, which offers detailed directions for getting around a city via public transportation. The two new cities join Citymapper’s existing coverage of London, Paris, Berlin and New York.

The app draws on data from the Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport), Massachusetts Bap Transport Authority, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) and DC Circulator to flesh out its maps.

With real-time information for walking, cycling, subway, bus, cabs, trains, trams and ferries, Citymapper bills itself as the “most comprehensive A to B journey planner.” So far, it looks like Boston and DC are available only for Android users, as the iOS version has yet to receive an update with the new cities.

Citymapper for Android