A simple python library for parsing, editing and writing GTFS files
A simple python library for parsing, editing and writing GTFS files.
GTFS (General Transit Feed Specification) is a format which determined by google in order to defines a common format for public transportation static data (schedules, stops location, etc.). For more information about the format you can read here and here.
You can install this package with pip.
pip install gtfs.py
If you want to contribute to the library code, you have to clone if from github and install it as a developer.
git clone https://github.com/WYishai/gtfs.py.git cd gtfs.py cd src python setup.py develop
All examples are intended for writing in a python shell (or python code file).
Creating a new TransitData object:
from gtfspy import TransitData td = TransitData() ...
Loading existing GTFS file:
from gtfspy import TransitData gtfs_file_path = "/path/to/file" td = TransitData(gtfs_file_path) ...
Running the tests
This project contains unit tests that covers most of the source code. In order to run the tests, you must first install the project as a developer (as mentioned at the Installing section. After the installation you can run them by typing the following commands in your shell:
cd [PROJECT_DIR]\tests python -m unittest discover gtfspy
Of course, [PROJECT_DIR] must be replaced by the path you cloned the GIT repository into it.
This project is licensed under the Apache-2.0 License - see the LICENSE file for details
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