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OpenTripPlanner

OpenTripPlanner (OTP) is an open source multi-modal trip planner, which runs on Linux, Windows, or potentially any platform with a Java virtual machine. OTP is released under the LGPL. As of Spring 2012, the code is under active development, with a variety of working demos from around the world.

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Latest Project Updates:

Status

OpenTripPlanner is presently at version 0.5.0.

The software currently:

  • Plans multi-modal walking, biking and transit trips
  • Takes travel time, road type/safety, and elevation data into account when planning bike trips, and provides an interface for customizing the weighting of these three factors
  • Shows graphical elevation profiles for bike trips
  • Imports data from GTFS, shapefiles, OpenStreetMap and the National Elevation Dataset
  • Plans trips in about 100ms in a moderate sized city
  • Exposes a RESTful API (XML and JSON), which other apps or front-ends can build on
  • GTFS-realtime support for service changes and alerts

See the Milestones page for more information on what's next.

Demos

See the OTP NYC demo, plus other working demos of OTP.

Download

http://maps5.trimet.org/otp-dev/otp.zip (90 megs)

Please see the following tutorials:

Code Repository

To browse the source online visit https://github.com/openplans/OpenTripPlanner.

To create a local copy of the repository, use the following command:

$ git clone git://github.com/openplans/OpenTripPlanner.git

Developer Information

Contact Info

Send questions and comments to the user mailing list.

Chat with us via IRC on Freenode channel #opentripplanner or chat through the web

Stakeholders and User Information

About

The project began a collaborative effort among TriMet, OpenPlans, and the developers of FivePoints, OneBusAway and Graphserver, and has since grown to encompass a global community of users and developers. More information on OTP's origins is available at the Project History page.

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