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DEVELOPER PORTAL

 
Welcome to San Joaquin RTD's Developer Portal.

Here you can access all of RTD's publicly available service data, as well as rider alert and service updates via xml feeds.

Google Transit Feed RTD's data is available in the General Transit Feed Specification (GTFS) format. For more on this, or to download the current GTFS file, click here.
RSS Feeds Current and active Rider Alerts are published in an XML/RSS feed which can be accessed directly of through a feed reader, at: http://sanjoaquinrtd.com/rideralerts/RTDrideralerts.xml

Downloading RTD's GTFS Feed

The most current version of RTD's GTFS Feed can accessed here by downloading (see below) or via the address:
http://sanjoaquinrtd.comRTD-GTFS/RTD-GTFS.zip

Use of RTD's data and feeds is subject to the Terms of Use and, where applicable, the Privacy Policy. Please review both policies carefully; by downloading or accessing the data and feeds, you consent to the all of the terms contained therein.

 

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GTFS Data

The General Transit Feed Specification is an open format that Google created to allow transit agencies to easily provide schedule data to Google Transit.

Overview

The General Transit Feed Specification is an open format that Google created to allow transit agencies to easily provide schedule data to Google Transit. However, Google encourages its use for other applications, and it’s available under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike (free) license.

Publicly available GTFS feeds

A number of transit agencies and operators have already published their schedule data in GTFS format for developers to use. GTFS Data Exchange is a great resource showing which agencies have feeds available for use.

 


GTFS Terminology

This section defines terms that are used throughout this document pertaining specifically to GTFS.

Field required

The field column must be included in your feed, and a value must be provided for each record. Some required fields permit an empty string as a value. To enter an empty string, just omit any text between the commas for that field. Note that 0 is interpreted as “a string of value 0″, and is not an empty string. Please see the field definition for details.

Field optional

The field column may be omitted from your feed. If you choose to include an optional column, each record in your feed must have a value for that column. You may include an empty string as a value for records that do not have values for the column. Some optional fields permit an empty string as a value. To enter an empty string, just omit any text between the commas for that field. Note that 0 is interpreted as “a string of value 0″, and is not an empty string.

Dataset unique

The field contains a value that maps to a single distinct entity within the column. For example, if a route is assigned the ID 1A, then no other route may use that route ID. However, you may assign the ID 1A to a location because locations are a different type of entity than routes.


 

 

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