[Open-transport] Transit tracker for worldwide GTFS feed
thomaskoch at gmail.com
Fri May 2 15:36:52 UTC 2014
Wow cool. Minor points of feedback: The default OSM transit map is very out
of date, at least in the Netherlands.
With regard to Dutch data, how often will you update the data? I noticed
The Hague is no longer realtime probably due to the fact they shipped a new
dataset on tuesday for today.
However this is a great tool for visualizing the quality of the data ;)
On Fri, May 2, 2014 at 5:22 PM, Uli Müller | geOps <uli.mueller at geops.de>wrote:
> Hi all,
> We would like to point to a new web application that visualizes public
> transit movements from currently more than 70 GTFS feeds from all over
> the world.
> This tracker is heavily optimized in order to allow maximum data
> throughput and performance. As you will easily realize the movement of
> each vehicle is very smooth. The efficiency of server and client allows
> to optionally speed up the visualization by many factors. In the current
> implementation you may run the visualizaton 6o times faster than
> real-time what will give you a nice impression of the patterns within a
> schedule. Please note that all feeds get loaded at once, so there is no
> manual or explicitly coded switch from one feed to the other. The
> visibilty of single vehicles only depends on the visible map extent and
> the scale of the map. With this approach the tracker has the potential
> to aggregate GTFS feeds for really large areas and serve as a planning
> tool across the borders of individual transport agencies. Real-time data
> is used where available (currently, there is real-time data for San
> Francisco and the Netherlands).
> The tracker is based on TrajServ and TraVIC, open-source server and
> client components that have been developed by Patrick Brosi as his
> Master Thesis. We are happy to have Patrick in our team now.
> We hope you have fun with the tracker and appreciate any feedback.
> Best regards
> Uli Müller
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