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"The Open Transit Indicators project was developed by the World Bank, in partnership with the Chinese Academy of Transport Science and the Haiphong Department of Transportation (Vietnam). The application uses information about a city’s transit system, along with additional data about demographics, to calculate baseline indicators of transit service quality, such as average distance between transit stops and average service frequency.  The service quality indicators can then be used to compare one city’s transit system to those of other cities, identify possibilities for service improvement, and evaluate the effect of hypothetical service changes."<ref>[http://www.azavea.com/blogs/newsletter/v10i1/open-transit-indicators-enable-cities-to-design-better-transit-systems/ Azavea Journal, Derek Dohler in Vol. 10 Issue 1, March 2015]</ref>
 
"The Open Transit Indicators project was developed by the World Bank, in partnership with the Chinese Academy of Transport Science and the Haiphong Department of Transportation (Vietnam). The application uses information about a city’s transit system, along with additional data about demographics, to calculate baseline indicators of transit service quality, such as average distance between transit stops and average service frequency.  The service quality indicators can then be used to compare one city’s transit system to those of other cities, identify possibilities for service improvement, and evaluate the effect of hypothetical service changes."<ref>[http://www.azavea.com/blogs/newsletter/v10i1/open-transit-indicators-enable-cities-to-design-better-transit-systems/ Azavea Journal, Derek Dohler in Vol. 10 Issue 1, March 2015]</ref>

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Open Transit Indicators
Vendor World Bank
Azavea
License GNU General Public License
Documentation https://github.com/WorldBank-Transport/open-transit-indicators/blob/master/2015_01_20_OTI_UserGuide-rev3.pdf
Data Input GTFS, GIS shapefiles, TransitTime
Data Output maps, accesibility and performance statistics
Website https://github.com/WorldBank-Transport/open-transit-indicators


"The Open Transit Indicators project was developed by the World Bank, in partnership with the Chinese Academy of Transport Science and the Haiphong Department of Transportation (Vietnam). The application uses information about a city’s transit system, along with additional data about demographics, to calculate baseline indicators of transit service quality, such as average distance between transit stops and average service frequency. The service quality indicators can then be used to compare one city’s transit system to those of other cities, identify possibilities for service improvement, and evaluate the effect of hypothetical service changes."[1]

Screenshots are shown below.

Source code is at github.com/WorldBank-Transport/open-transit-indicators

References