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SFMTA Transit Stop and Schedule Data (GTFS format).

Jeff Johnson Jeff Johnson

created Feb 02, 2012

updated Jun 03, 2013

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SFMTA transit stop and schedule data available in the General Transit Feed Specification (GTFS) format.

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Jeff Johnson Jeff Johnson

created Feb 02, 2012

updated Jun 03, 2013

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SFMTA transit stop and schedule data available in the General Transit Feed Specification (GTFS) format.

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City and County of San Francisco
Source Link
http://www.sfmta.com/cms/asystem/transitdata.php
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  • Author: Michael R
  • Posted: 3 months ago

The External HTML link gives 'page not found'.

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  • Author: John Canfield
  • Posted: 11 months ago

Hi, The GTFS file posted here is not up-to-date (it is from last year), and the page on the SFMTA site that used to have the data is no longer available. Where can we get the latest SFMTA gtfs data? --John Canfield

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  • Author: Gregory Arenius
  • Posted: about 2 years ago

I think that the revocable at any time clause in the first paragraph of the click through pretty much stops the data from being close to any of the open licenses. The terms in paragraph 10 that prohibit any alteration or enhancement of the data also limit it significantly. Any chance the SFMTA would budge on changing their license? Its free as in beer, sure, but otherwise fairly onerous. What do they gain by that?

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  • Author: Gregory Arenius
  • Posted: about 2 years ago

The license data on this page lists this dataset as CC-0 but the SFMTA page you have to download it has a significantly different clickthrough license. Can I use it and assume that it is actually CC-0?

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