The shortest way to explain Moovit is to say that it’s like Waze for public transport. The slightly longer version? Using updates from users, it helps you “find the quickest, most convenient routes in real time across your city’s entire transit system.” Pretty cool—and it’s available for free on iOS, Android and Windows.
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