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GTFS MySQL IMPORT SCRIPT Author: Tom Lee (firstname.lastname@example.org) This is a simple set of scripts that will import a GTFS dataset into a lightweight MySQL database. The work is based on Washington, DC's WMATA GTFS dataset, and has not been thoroughly checked for completeness against the GTFS spec -- some optional fields or tables may not currently be supported (but should be trivial to add). In addition to the GTFS fields, a number of columns have been created to assist in the conversion of GTFS's string-based date/time representations to more useful Unix timestamp-style second counts. DEAD-SIMPLE USAGE: 1. Create a database, e.g. CREATE DATABASE gtfs 2. Run table creation scripts against the database: cat sql/*.sql | mysql -p -u USERNAME -h HOST -D gtfs 3. Edit settings.py with your mysql details. 4. Put your GTFS files into the gtfs/ folder 5. Run the import script: python load_gtfs.py 6. Run the time index creation script: python build_indices.py 7. Build something neat