Transitland developers: Starting June 9, 2021 you will need to include an API key on all requests to the Transitland v1 Datastore API. This will help us to better manage use and ensure all can access Transitland resources with fewer interruptions. API requests can optionally include a token now; after June 9, requests that do not include a token will fail (with a helpful error message). Please start preparing your applications now. Sign-up is free.

Welcome to Transitland Version 2

Transitland is an open data platform that collects GTFS, GTFS Realtime, and other open data feeds from transit providers around the world. Transitland aggregates feeds from over 2,500 operators in over 55 countries . Use the Transitland website to browse this world of data. Or use Transitland's APIs to power your own maps, data visualizations, analyses, trip planners, or routing algorithms.

This new Transitland v2 website and the APIs that power it are gradually replacing Transitland v1. For the time being, the two versions will run in parallel:

Thank you to the many contributors and users who have been a part of Transitland since 2014!

What is Transitland?

A Global Transit Map

Pan and zoom on Transitland's transit map to see routes and stops around the world. We've designed the map to emphasize buses and trains with more frequent service, while still showing the full extend of transit coverage.

Explore the Map

Use the APIs

Transitland provides a set of open APIs to power your own creations. Skip the hassle of building transit data ingestion infrastructure and build atop the dependable foundation of Transitland.

Read API Documentation

Contribute and Expand

Transitland is powered by the Transitland Atlas (a Distributed Mobility Feed Registry repository) and open-source tools. Interline is ready to help you expand or integrate these tools for custom mobility data needs.

Contribute to Transitland Atlas on GitHub