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Revision as of 03:35, 21 November 2015

OneBusAway [1] is an open-source software system for real-time transit information that grew out of research at the University of Washington. The initial OneBusAway deployment was in the Puget Sound area in Washington, although OneBusAway is in the process of being deployed in several other locations in both production and development deployments [2]. MTA in New York is using OneBusAway software as the foundation of their Bus Time system [3]. OneBusAway uses GTFS data for the basic description of the transit system. Real-time information can be injected into the OneBusAway system using a variety of formats [4], including GTFS-realtime, SIRI, and ACS Orbital Orbcad.

References

  1. University of Washington. "OneBusAway - Where is your bus?". Accessed August 1, 2012 from http://onebusaway.org/
  2. OneBusAway. "OneBusAway Deployments." Accessed August 1, 2012 from https://github.com/OneBusAway/onebusaway/wiki/OneBusAway-Deployments
  3. Metropolitan Transportation Authority. "MTA Bus Time(R)." Accessed August 1, 2012 from http://bustime.mta.info/
  4. OneBusAway. "Real-Time Configuration Guide." Accessed August 1, 2012 from http://developer.onebusaway.org/modules/onebusaway-application-modules/current/guides/realtime-configuration-guide.html