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A python API to consume transit data from http://511.org.

Project description

511-transit

Python API to consume transit data from http://511.org.

In order to use this library, you will need to signup for a 511.org developer token.

Sample usage

from fiveoneone.route import Route
from fiveoneone.stop import Stop

token = "YOUR_DEVELOPER_TOKEN"
route = Route(token, "SFMTA", "45-Union Stockton", "45", True)
stop = Stop(token, "Union St and Buchanan St", "17056")
departures = stop.next_departures(route.code, "Outbound")
print "{} Outbound will arrive to {} in {} minutes".format(route.code, stop.name, departures.times[0])
# 45 Outbound will to Union St and Buchanan St in 5 minutes
  • See the tests/test_integration.py for other usages.

Run the tests

requirements.dev.txt has all the requirements to run the tests. After that, from the repo root do to run all the available tests:

nosetests

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