gtfs-visualizations - Visualizing GTFS data.

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GTFS is an abbreviation for General Transit Feed Specification, a standard which “defines a common format for public transportation schedules and associated geographic information” (source). The idea of this project is to generate beautiful and informative visualizations from publicly available GTFS datasets. The program draws the routes which transportation entities take and emphasizes the ones which are frequented more often by painting them thicker and in a stronger opacity.


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