ODOT-sponsored proof of concept: “GTFS Data as a Basis for Optimization of Large Scale Transit Networks”

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The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) is beginning a research project to use GTFS data to analyze the transit network in the state. This research project will result in an instance of a prototype tool or tools to report on and analyze the Oregon transit network. This tool is anticipated to be open source, so it can be implemented by other agencies. More information is available in the FY 2013 Research Problem Statement [1].

References

  1. Oregon Department of Transportation Public Transit Division. "SPR Research Program - Second-Stage Problem Statement - FY 2012-2013 - Proof of Concept: GTFS Data as a Basis for Optimization of Oregon's regional and statewide Transit Networks." Accessed August 1, 2012 from http://cms.oregon.gov/ODOT/TD/TP_RES/docs/2013StageTwos/13_075_GTFSToolsStageTwo.pdf