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Introduction to the General Transit Feed Specification (GTFS) and Informal Transit System Mapping (Self-Paced)

Introduction to the General Transit Feed Specification (GTFS) and Informal Transit System Mapping (Self-Paced)

The course objective is to empower participants to create, manage, and use GTFS feeds, particularly in cities that do not already have complete electronic systems for storing and managing their transit system data. The course methodologies are based upon the World Bank and others’ successful experiences in creating GTFS feeds in resource-constrained environments and reflect the latest work and knowledge in open data and open-source software.

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Mohd

Submitted 6:32 am, September 27, 2018

i have done very Nice course And very useful , recommend to friends

Ki

Submitted 1:23 am, July 2, 2018

interesting!

Ijaz

Submitted 11:12 pm, May 21, 2018

I highly recommend this course to anyone who is interested in transit related data collection and coding.

Mohammad imran

Submitted 5:43 am, May 2, 2018

Good content

Ng'wanashigi

Submitted 10:15 am, April 16, 2018

Please let me join this discussion,

Jesús Manuel

Submitted 2:37 pm, February 1, 2018

Nice Course

KARTIKEYA

Submitted 3:33 pm, January 19, 2018

Nice Course

Kingsley

Submitted 12:30 am, October 20, 2017

I would like to know what general transit feed specification is all about.

Holly

Submitted 9:22 am, November 6, 2017

Hi, Kingsley. Well, you've come to the right place! I would recommend viewing the introductory video -- it's short, but it tells you everything you need to know about what the GTFS is, why it is important, and how it is being used for transit planning and operations. If you still have questions and are unsure whether you still want to dive into the rest of the course, give us a shout. We hope you find the course both delightful and informative!

Andrew

Submitted 3:28 pm, April 23, 2018

Where is this introductory video? It does not appear on the page that I can see.

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