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frequencies.txt general concepts + pull-ins and pull-outs effect on file
by Charles_Belov_SFMTA on April 29, 2021 at 7:28 pm
The SFMTA is looking at implementing frequencies.txt for those routes which are operating on a headway-based rather than a schedule-based schedule. I'm finding the inclusion of trip_id, as opposed to route_id and day of service, as a required field to be confusing. Suppose the following: 6am to […]
Denoting that stops have infrequent service
by sheldonabrown on October 29, 2020 at 12:08 pm
I am working with a GTFS producer that would like to indicate via GTFS that certain stops are rarely served, such as via a late night stopping pattern only. Instead of relying on clients of GTFS to perform a trip pattern analysis to determine this, and designing a UI to convey this information […]
Tools and process to flatten GTFS calendars
by Aaron Antrim on October 26, 2020 at 7:04 pm
Hi Transit Developers, Trillium has been asked to provide GTFS data for a consumer that requires no more than one entry in calendars.txt should be active on a given service day. Typically, we would provide layered services — if there is service that runs Mon-Fri and also additional service on […]
Two system feeds, one agency. Can we send two static GTFS and RT-GTFS feeds?
by Joseph Raquel on October 20, 2020 at 11:45 pm
Hello- We have two different systems (two contractors) can we send two different static GTFS and two RT-GTFS feeds? If so how is this handled? Through the agency_id? […]
route_type for private bus service
by Nikhil VJ on July 9, 2020 at 2:48 am
Hi, Looking for the best route_type value for a privately owned and operated bus service (dedicated to officegoers) operating in a city where there are public bus services too. Specifics: - This is a booking-only service; customers have to download and sign up on an app, and book their journey […]