Metros


Below, in no particular order, a few selected metro areas that showcase the integration of data feeds by TransiCast. The plots show stops with next bus and train times in the corresponding metro area.
In blue, stops with real-time next bus and train times that are based on vehicle locations. Red shows stops with only schedule-based next bus and train times. The schedule based feeds are based on the agency published GTFS data feeds.

Boston


Boston Metro
October 2013
The Boston metro area consists of the data feeds of MBTA Bus, MBTA Subway, MBTA Commuter, Charles River, MIT, Lasell and the MBTA service messages feed. All feeds are real-time feeds based on vehicle locations, except for MBTA's Green Line, which is provided in estimated departures based on GTFS data. This amounts to seven feeds in four different formats, plus the corresponding GTFS feeds for the underlying static data.
Stops at North Station

Next buses and Messages at N Washington St @ Medford St

Route details Silver Line SL1

Next Orange Line trains and Messages at Community College Station

San Francisco Bay Area


San Francisco Bay Area
January 2014
The San Francisco Bay Area consists of the real-time data feeds of SFTMA, UCSF, AC Transit, BART, Emery Go-Around and Dumbarton Express. Golden Gate Transit, Sonoma County and Marin Transit cover the North Bay, while SamTrans, Caltrain and SCVTA cover the Peninsula and Silicon Valley. Service messages are provided for all real-time feeds, although only SFMTA, BART and AC Transit fill their feeds with content at this time. The Bay Area has three different real-time feed formats and two different service messages formats, all integrated with the corresponding static GTFS data.
Stops at Civic CenterBART at Civic Center and Messages

AC Transit at Embarcadero West & Broadway

SFMTA Civic Center Station Outbound

Washington-Baltimore


Washington-Baltimore
October 2013
On the Washington side, Washington-Baltimore combines the data feeds of WMATA Bus, WMATA Rail, DC Circulator, Fairfax, Ride-On (real-time feeds) and ART and Fairfax County. Baltimore consists of Baltimore, Loyola, Collegetown and Charm City. The latter are real-time data feeds as well. Washington-Baltimore requires the integration of three different real-time feed formats and the service messages feed of WMATA with the static GTFS data of the metro area.
Stops at Dupont CircleRed Line trains and Messages at Dupont Circle Station

Route list of Maryland Transit

Route details WMATA Bus 2ANext buses at Washington Blvd + Harrison St

Los Angeles


Los Angeles
October 2013
LA metro consists of the real-time based feeds for LA Metro, Metrorail, Foothill Transit and Omnitrans. Metrolink, OCTA, Riverside, PVPTA, Corona Cruiser, Laguna Beach, Torrance and others are covered through schedule based next bus and train times.
Stops at Union StationMetro Rail departures and Metrolink at Union Station

Next buses Patsaouras Transit Plaza Metro

Omnitrans Next buses and Messages at Fontana Metrolink station

Chicago


Chicago
October 2013
The Chicago metro area is covered by the two real-time feeds of CTA, and the schedule based data feeds for Metra and Pace. CTA provides extensive service messages.
Route list of CTA

Red Line next trains and messages at Lake station

Route details Metra UP-NW Union Pacific Northwest line

Next buses at Pace stop Des Plaines Metra Station

Montréal


Montréal
October 2013
Montréal metro consists of 19 agencies, with Laval and AMT Train providing real-time next bus and train times.
AMT Trains at Gare Central

Stops at Centre-ville

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