Welcome to the GTFS Developer Page!
We Want You to Create Great Software for Jefferson Transit Authority Riders
Software developers can use Jefferson Transit Authority schedule data for your website, software or smart-phone app. The data is provided in the General Transit Feed Specification (GTFS) format.
How Much Does It Cost?
The GTFS data feeds can be accessed for FREE.
Can We Use Jefferson Transit Authority Logos or Graphics?
Use of Jefferson Transit Authority branding or other Jefferson Transit Authority intellectual property is not currently allowed. Licensing may be available in the future.
Registering your application with Jefferson Transit Authority is not required to access the data feeds.
What is GTFS?
The General Transit Feed Specification (GTFS) is an open data format for transit schedules and service data.
GTFS was developed by Google and Portland TriMet, and was originally known as the Google Transit Feed Specification. GTFS data is produced by hundreds of transit agencies to deliver content for inclusion in maps and transit navigation services, including Google Maps.
A GTFS feed is typically presented as a series of text files with comma-separated values that conform to the specification. Each file is essentially a table in the relational database that is the whole package.
General Transit Feed Specification