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GTFS Data Dissemination

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Two websites currently serve as the primary global directories of publicly accessible data:
* [[GTFS Data Exchange [33]] * [[Public Feeds wiki page on Google Transit Data Feed Google Code project [34]]
Transit agencies with GTFS data should consider making this data public to best leverage their investment and maximize the availability of applications based on their GTFS data<ref>[https://www.dropbox.com/s/jq2ko64j2eth5mt/The%20Many%20Uses%20of%20GTFS%20Data%20%E2%80%93%20Opening%20the%20Door%20to%20Transit%20Applications-postTRB4%20-%20changes%20accepted.docx?dl=0 The Many Uses of GTFS Data]</ref>. The data can be made available on the websites listed above, as well as at the individual agency websites. Trinity Transit<ref>[http://www.trinitytransit.org/gtfs/ Trinity Transit. "Google Maps and Mobile Applications."]</ref> is an example of a small agency that has chosen to make GTFS publicly available through its website, as has HART<ref>[http://www.gohart.org/developers/ Hillsborough Area Regional Transit. "Build your own HART apps."]</ref> and Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority (PSTA) in the St. Petersburg/Clearwater area of Florida<ref>[http://www.psta.net/developers/ Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority. "PSTA Developer Resources."]</ref>.
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