Open Source Transit Software
Here's a list of open source transit software that I have found in my search for information on building a GTFS feed for the TAMU Spirit Bus system. (or the Brazos Transit District bus system.)
- GitHub - waagsociety/citysdk-ld: CitySDK Linked Data API
- GitHub - OpenTransport/gtfs-csv2rdf: Mapping script which transforms GTFS CSV into GTFS RDF (turtle, JSON-LD or ntriples)
- use rust to translate the Texas A&M data into GTFS??
- TheTransitClock.github.io | The Transit Clock
- GitHub - bmwcarit/barefoot: Java map matching library for integrating the map into software and services with state-of-the-art online and offline map matching that can be used stand-alone and in the cloud.
- GitHub - bfrog/transitfeed: Public transit serializer/deserializer and manipulation library for Rust
- GitHub - kurtraschke/wmata-gtfsrealtime: GTFS-realtime StopTimeUpdate, VehiclePosition, and Alert feeds for WMATA
- GitHub - kurtraschke/septa-gtfsrealtime: GTFS-realtime for SEPTA TrainView and TransitView APIs.
- GitHub - chriswhong/mtaMarylandBusTracking: Gets real-time bus locations in Baltimore and throws them on a leaflet map.
- GitHub - WRI-Cities/static-GTFS-manager: GUI interface for creating, editing, exporting of static GTFS data for a public transit authority
- GitHub - google/transitfeed: A Python library for reading, validating, and writing transit schedule information in the GTFS format.
- GitHub - CUTR-at-USF/gtfs-realtime-validator: Java-based tool that validates General Transit Feed Specification (GTFS)-realtime feeds