Plymouth Metrolink riders can now use their Smartphones and other mobile devices to track buses in real time and view a list of available bus routes.

The app also allows riders to get news about buses that are behind schedule, that are rerouted or other news that affects trips.

"The goal is to give our riders a way to get real-time information, plan their trips and see all the services they can use," said Luke Fischer, administrative services director. "With this app, riders can get all that information in one place on their mobile device."

The agency released a free app on Wednesday. It's available at Google Play, the iTunes Store and Windows Marketplace.

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