Women’s March may test transit, Moovit to the rescue

Published: January 19, 2018

When millions of people convene this weekend for the Women’s March all over the country, there’s bound to be uncertainty about how to get around the city. Transit systems on weekend schedules will be put to the test.

Moovit is here to help. Moovit makes real-time transit changes directly to its app, especially for big events like the Women’s March 2018, to provide the best route regardless of changes to transit service, and helps reduce transit chaos caused by such events.

Moovit gives riders the smoothest journey and the best data available, including real-time transit arrivals and departures, as well as a step-by-step GPS-like guide, perfect for folks who rarely ride transit or out-of-towners.  

Moovit users are able to:

  • Easily navigate to/from entry/exit points
  • Search “Women’s March,” to locate route/events
  • Identify the route by the Women’s March 2018 logos on the map
  • Plan trips to/from the event locations

In New York City, the entrance and exit points to the March route are also marked in addition to the start and finish points. Moovit has also marked accessible entry points and all all stops that are out of service during the March have been taken off the system to ensure the most accurate trip plans without any confusion.

In Chicago, all accessible entrances have been marked on Moovit as well as the “Warming Center”.

Other cities that we’ve updated the app for the Women’s March transit changes include:

  • Las Vegas
  • Los Angeles
  • Philadelphia
  • San Francisco
  • Toronto
  • Washington DC

If you or your family/friends plan on attending one of the multiple Marches on Saturday and Sunday, be sure charge your phones and have the latest version of Moovit so that you can spend your time at the event rather than wasting time trying to get there.


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