Where to get GTFS data
Links to other cool sites for pedestrian/transit mapping and
- MobiAnalyst -
an ArcGIS extension from Esri partner MobiGIS for performing multimodal analysis and planning.
- Sugar Access -
A tool from Esri partner Citilabs for measuring accessibility to employment, services, and more.
- Traffic Analyst -
An inexpensive ArcGIS extension built by Esri partner Rapidis that provides a suite of tools
for transportation planning, including tools for transit analysis and GTFS
- OpenTripPlanner Analyst - Analysis tools
included in OpenTripPlanner designed for transportation analysis, similar
to the ArcGIS Network Analyst extension
- Conveyal Transport Analyst - A suite of open-source
transportation planning and accessibility analysis tools from Conveyal
- Remix - A simple web-based tool for planning transit routes
- a Google Maps-based tool for calculating walking/transit service
- Walkshed -
find walkable neighborhoods in New York or Philadelphia rated
according to other characteristics you care about, like crime
rates, access to grocery stores, etc.
- find a great neighborhood in Chicago based on walking/transit
access to parks or libraries.
- Walk Score
- Assigns scores to addresses based on how suitable the area is
for walking and how easy it is to reach amenities.
Score Apartments - Search for apartments based on commute
time, transit accessibility, Walk Score, amenities, and other
- PadMapper -
Google Maps-based tool that pulls apartment listings from
Craigslist, Apartments.com, Rent.com, and others, places them on a
map, and allows you to search by characteristics. It also has
overlays for transit, crime, Walk Score, and neighborhood
- TLCEngine - Calculate the true lifestyle cost of owning a home, including commute times.
- General Bikeshare Feed Specification (GBFS) - An open data specification for the real-time status of bikeshare bikes and docks
- The Transport Databook - interactive charts and tables of data related to transportation (mostly US) with links to data sources
Do you know of any other cool tools or resources I should include
here? Send me an e-mail!
I appreciate your questions, comments, and suggestions.