If I were to ask you what the most annoying thing about the bus is, what would you say?\nREAD ALSO: I Took An Uber In Montreal Everyday For A Month And Here’s What Happened\nLiterally, I bet a good chunk of people here would tell me that it's the timing.\nEither the bus comes late, comes early (this one gets on my nerves the most), or just straight-up does not show up.\nA photo posted by Talar Agopian (@t_agopi) on Dec 11, 2016 at 11:46am PST\nSure, not every single bus line has this problem; there are a few that manage to respect their schedules. But on the whole, respecting the bus schedule doesn't happen as much as it should.\nAnd while there's not much we can do about that, there is one app out there that's hoping to at the very least help out.\nA photo posted by Phil (@phil4048) on Dec 21, 2016 at 7:03am PST\nTransit is an app that actually has been around for a little while... but in a different form.\nOriginally, they were an app that relayed information from transit agencies (like the STM). So if the STM said their bus came at 4:30 PM, then Transit would say so, too.\nBut now, they're doing things a little bit differently.\nThis time, the app is going to be relying on crowdsourcing to track when buses are coming and going in real-time.\nA photo posted by Montreal / Quebec / Canada (@fred514) on Dec 19, 2016 at 10:06am PST\nBased on the information it gathers from users, the Transit app will pretty much be able to predict when your bus is coming, and give you the most accurate information possible.\nAccording to their website, Transit actually has a huge network of users, and a super solid following in Montreal.\nI mean, honestly, this seems like it could be super helpful in not making everyone (me?) late all the time anymore.\nSound cool? It does to me, TBH. You can check out Transit on the App Store right here.\nA photo posted by David ?? (@dj.odell) on Dec 18, 2016 at 7:05am PST\nSounds like the coolest thing you've heard of this week? Check out Transit's website for more information.\nAdd mtlblog on Snapchat.