Transit Developers This group is for software developers both inside and outside transit agencies who want to discuss reuse of transit software, open transit data, and interesting things that they've built.
Who’s going to InnoTrans in Berlin?
by Léo Frachet (MobilityData) on September 14, 2018 at 4:39 pm
(Message crossed posted between transit-developers & GTFS-changes) Hi GTFS community! Who’s going to InnoTrans in Berlin (DE) next week (Tuesday 18th to Friday 21st)? […]
FW: Request for Proposals: SFMTA-2019-01 - Next Generation Customer Information System
by Sean Barbeau on September 7, 2018 at 2:57 pm
FYI From: Peza, Carlos Sent: Thursday, September 06, 2018 3:17 PM To: rdem...@gmail.com; mi...@goswift.ly; jo...@goswift.ly; lar...@goswift.ly; bgreene@CleverDevices.com; mar...@google.com; aber...@google.com; SGr...@cleverdevices.com; kell...@luminatorusa.com; job...@lu8m […]
Question: Mininum time buffer needed for train-bus transfers?
by ROSA GUILLEN SANCHEZ on August 23, 2018 at 3:08 pm
Hello, I am new to this and I'm not a transit app developer. At the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) in California, we have OCTA-operated Stationlink buses dedicated to pick up passengers arriving on Metrolink-operated passenger trains. The Stationlink buses are scheduled to depart […]
Transit Data REST standards
by Paul Harrington on August 2, 2018 at 4:12 pm
While GTFS is standardized, most implementation of it offer a REST API so clients can access data easily. Transit providers also make data available to end users via their own REST APIs. Just wondering is there any standardization in this area or is every API different ? If for example you […]
by Paul Harrington on July 31, 2018 at 7:29 pm
Hi, I see the GTFS spec currently has direction_id Optional The direction_id field contains a binary value that indicates the direction of travel for a trip. Use this field to distinguish between bi-directional trips with the same route_id. This field is not used in routing; it provides a way […]