Tools & services

MobilityData tools & services

OpenMobilityData: the mobility databse

OpenMobilityData (formerly known as TransitFeeds.com) is an extensive archive of GTFS data for software developers, transit agencies and more. Browse and download official GTFS & GTFS-realtime datasets from around the world.

The Mobility Database

To facilitate more reliable passenger information and interconnection information, MobilityData is developing and hosting a free, global database of stable identifiers for mobility entities (e.g., stops, lines, networks), which allow the definition of links between datasets from different sources and across data formats. Structured as a semantic database with a linked data model, the database also allows properties and relations to be saved (e.g., stop names, stop belonging to a line).

Canonical GTFS Validator

The Canonical GTFS Validator is an open-source project that aims to provide an easy solution for validating GTFS feeds that contain the new extensions.

Other tools

Awesome Transit, by the CUTR @ USF

GTFS Realtime Validator

The GTFS Realtime validator, developed by the Center for Urban Transportation Research at the University of South Florida (CUTR @ USF) monitors GTFS-Realtime feeds for errors and produces a log of problems detected.

OneBusAway

OneBusAway provides a number of open-source tools and applications to help transit agencies, riders, and developers work with transit systems.

OpenTripPlanner

OpenTripPlanner (OTP) is a family of open source software projects that provide passenger information and transportation network analysis services. The core server-side Java component finds itineraries combining transit, pedestrian, bicycle, and car segments through networks built from OpenStreetMap and GTFS data. This service can be accessed directly via its web API or by using a range of Javascript client libraries, including modern reactive modular components targeting mobile platforms.

Other services

TransitLand

Transitland is a community-edited data service that aggregates transit networks across metropolitan and rural areas.