GeoTrellis Transit is a data loader and set of web services run in an embedded Jetty server that answer questions about travel times and transit sheds. The project also includes a demo client application that hits these endpoints, and running example of which can be found at transit.geotrellis.com.
This project was done in collaboration with TechImpact and with support from the William Penn Foundation.
- Vagrant 1.9.5
- VirtualBox 5.1+
- AWS CLI 1.11+
- AWS Account (to access S3)
To provision a VM and fetch our pre-ingested travelsheds made from OSM and GTFS data:
$ ./scripts/setup $ vagrant ssh
This will download data into
Helper and development scripts are located in the
./scripts directory at the root of this project. These scripts are designed to encapsulate and perform commonly used actions such as starting a development server, accessing a development console, or running tests.
||Pulls/builds necessary containers|
||Provisions the VM, fetch OSM/GTFS data.|
||Starts a development server that listens at
||Gives access to a running container via
||Runs tests for project|
||Invoked by CI server and makes use of
||Build JAR and publish container images to container image repositories.|
Run all the tests: