nepomuk - A public transit router for GTFS feeds (currently only static) written in modern c++

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This project offers a library/bindings for running a transit service on GTFS feeds, implemented in modern C++. This project requires valid GTFS feeds to run. Use any of the many available GTFS validators to check if your GTFS dataset qualifies.

https://github.com/mapbox/nepomuk

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