[Open-transport] Open-Source GTFS-Based router/trip planner

Pieter Colpaert pieter.colpaert at okfn.org
Fri Mar 25 21:54:45 UTC 2016

Hi Aleksei,

A low cost solution for prototyping (not for use in production), would 
be Linked Connections (LC):
  * Convert GTFS to the LC: https://github.com/linkedconnections/gtfs2lc
  * Host the Linked Connections API on a server (should be affordable: 
runs on a raspberry pi if you will): 
  * Use the LC client to calculate a route: 

More information: http://linkedconnections.org

The bad news is this pretty slow compared to all other solutions out 
there. The good news is that it's easy to prototype new ways to route 
your way through the railway network using javascript :)

Kind regards,


On 25-03-16 19:18, Stefan de Konink wrote:
> On Friday, March 25, 2016 7:12:36 PM CEST, Aleksei Valikov wrote:
>> What I've found so far:
>> * OpenTripPlanner
>> * Tempus from Oslandia 
>> (http://www.oslandia.com/new-version-of-tempus-a-framework-for-multimodal-route-planning-en.html)
>> * Graphserver (http://graphserver.github.io/graphserver/) seems to be 
>> obsolete, last changes around 5-6 years ago. Is it a part of OTP now?
> * rrrr <https://github.com/bliksemlabs/rrrr/tree/tdata4>
> Stefan
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