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Not an easy task, but this way it works for me: Load the point layer into QGIS (supposed to be in EPSG:900913, else reproject it to any projected CRS) make a copy of the layer Install the MMQGIS plugin From the Plugins menu, choose Create Hublines. Select your two layers, and the name attribute for both as ID. After executing, all busstops with the same ...


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I just did a similar analysis. Here's the steps I took (assuming you're using ESRI Network Analyst). I used this extension to work with the GTFS data in ArcMap. Get the census blocks for your desired service area. Get the centroids of those blocks with Feature to Point. Generate the appropriate size walksheds for each of those centroids, using a ...



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