The GTFS-ride Project Management Group will meet at the 2020 TRB Annual Meeting in Washington DC.
Note that seating may be limited and will be prioritized for PMG members
Data standards have been pivotal in creating a shared ecosystem of client-, public-, regulator- and manager-centric data discovery. Starting with Tri-Met and GTFS and more recently GBFS, data standards have made it commonplace to know how and when to use transit or other mobility services. GTFS-ride complements LA and Santa Monica’s MDS efforts (which is currently restricted to dockless mobility) to provide a picture of where people are using the system, which can provide insight into deficiencies or opportunities to improve the experience of the travelling public.
This project is overseen by a board-approved Project Management Group (PMG) as follows:
There is also a GTFS-ride consortium group that acts in advisory capacity. All notes, transcripts and presentations are available online.
Led by the Oregon Department of Transportation and Oregon State University, a substantial amount of progress has been made both on the standard side as well as the documentation, outreach and coalition-building.
Existing standard: https://github.com/ODOT-PTS/GTFS-ride
Landing Page: https://www.gtfs-ride.org/
The GTFS-ride project stewards identified the following needs for the project:
Administratively, the project needs:
Workplan draft, not PMG approved
Feedback or requests to be involved can be sent to to the GTFS-ride chair: [email protected].