Questions tagged [general-transit-feed-specification]

The General Transit Feed Specification is a format for the text representation of public transportation schedules and associated geographic information. It provides interoperability for developers to consume public transportation information published by different transport agencies throughout the world.

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Seeking tool to convert GTFS (General Transit Feed Specification) to SHP / KML? [closed]

I need to convert GTFS (General Transit Feed Specification https://developers.google.com/transit/gtfs/reference), data into some GIS data format like ESRI Shapefile or KML or something else. Do you ...
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Choosing GTFS editor for creating and exporting routes?

I am a beginner and I need information about GTFS editors. I want to create routes,trips,patterns,etc... and export it to GTFS-format. I have setup locally two GTFS editors: TransitDataFeeder ...
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Splitting line every x meters using QGIS? [duplicate]

I have a line that I ultimately want to split up into points. The points should be every 100 meter along the line. So I don't want to extract the nodes. Are there any Open Source (QGIS, Python) ...
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OpenTripPlanner (Error: 406) No transit times available

I try using OpenTripPlanner to create a webmap with multimodal routing function. I followed the instruction on: http://opentripplanner.readthedocs.io/en/latest/Basic-Usage/ I downloaded otp-1.1.0-...
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Converting data to GTFS? [closed]

I currently have the transit data of my city in sqlite, following are the tables (STOP TABLE) STOPID STOP LATITUDE LONGITUDE (ROUTE TABLE) ROUTEID STOPID (ROUTE SRC_DEST) ROUTEID SRC DEST (TIME ...