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Third-year communications major Robert Bond, who commutes to his job from campus, said that he has been late because of the train several times before.

“It happens,” Bond said. “Probably four or five times — not that much.”

Transit App joins a long line of other apps that commuters rely on to track the MBTA bus and train lines.

Sean Velazquez, a first-year law school student, takes the commuter rail from Leominster to North Station, then the T to Northeastern. He has been using the MBTA’s trip planner online “to alleviate any type of delays” en route, he said.

A crowdsourcing initiative that will allow users to share information about delays in transit, similar to the popular Waze app, will also soon make its way to Boston, Heller said. The feature is currently being tested in Pittsburgh.

“People through the app can report service problems, accidents on the road — anything they see that can affect their transit route,” Heller said. “It’s all about convenience.”