MBTA See Say

MBTA See Say

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“If you see something say something” for smartphones.

The MBTA See Say App offers riders a quick and discreet method for reporting suspicious activity directly and instantaneously to Transit Police. Using this app, riders can send the MBTA Transit Police pictures, text messages, and locations of suspicious activity.

From the App home screen, riders have two easy options for contacting Transit Police:

* The “Report a Problem” button allows riders to send text or photos directly to Transit Police. To ensure discretion, the camera flash is automatically disabled when photos are taken through the app. When reporting an issue, riders can select station locations and report categories to assist transit police.

* The “Call Transit Police” button will connect customers directly to Transit Police.

The application is designed for the T. If you send a report in an area without cellular connectivity, it will be stored and sent when connectivity returns. The system is also design to send text before pictures so that Transit Police get reports as quickly as possible. 

Additional Features

Riders can sign up to receive MBTA T-Alerts through the app to be notified of service delays and disruptions.

BOLO alerts. (Be On the Look Out) SeeSay may also display alerts from the MBTA. For example, SeeSay may display information about a missing person, such as where they were last seen. If you see this person you may call or send a report to Transit Police.

Key Words
MBTA,DHS,see something say something,911,transportation,emergency,alert,T-Alerts,train,bus,elerts

Recently changed in this version

v1.2.3
-Bug Fixes
v1.2.2
-Performance Improvements
-Bug Fixes
v1.2.1
-Speeds up loading of images over cellular connections
-Bug Fixes
V1.2.0
Added User Profile Pic
Updated UI
Improved image loading
Performance Improvements
Bug Fixes


Comments and ratings for MBTA See Say
  • (62 stars)

    by Melvin Smalls on 23/08/2014

    Awesome

  • (62 stars)

    by Jessica Grace on 19/08/2014

    At least two bus routes are miss hi my in alert setting section: 217 and 230.

  • (62 stars)

    by Jernimen Irondo on 19/06/2014

    This app is for Boston MBTA.

  • (62 stars)

    by Todd Nicholls on 24/03/2014

    MBTA See Say

  • (62 stars)

    by Laurence Levy on 19/02/2014

    I am using the samsung gallaxy duscover phone model # sch-s735c. I try to use it, but it keeps going back to the first page, the legal agreement page, I tap agree, then it goes to my info, I fill it out, then it goes to the alerts page I pick bues then route 119. Then it goed back to the legal agreement. And it starts all over again, I get no where with this app. So, I am unibstalling it until you

  • (62 stars)

    by Becka Traite on 15/02/2014

    I don't get alerts anymore, and I don't think that's a good thing. Also, if I could customize the alert sound, that would make it much better when I actually do get them...

  • (62 stars)

    by Murof Rumford on 25/11/2013

    There appears to be no way to fully turn off the alerts notification function, which is annoying when the MBTA insists on sending out alerts about mundane things like service being extended to due to a football game. At first look the alerts feature appears well designed, with the ability to select only the transit lines you care about, but evidently there are global type alerts that go out even w