Whereisbart.com is a live visualization of the estimated positions of all BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) trains. The positions are estimated using realtime arrival predictions from the BART API. The estimated travel time between all stations was determined and trains are plotted on a map. The map assumes normal operating conditions - any delays in the BART system will cause the estimated positions on the map to be inaccurate.
The map layer is the Google Transit layer.
The data is refreshed every 15 seconds.
A live version of this code is at http://whereisbart.com
The source code is available on github.
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Copyright (c) 2012 Brendan Nee <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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