FelixINX Posted November 13, 2018 Report Share Posted November 13, 2018 Transit Tracker transittracker.ca Transit Tracker is a web application that collects and show most transit vehicles in the greater Montreal and Toronto area. It's a great app to get an overview of the transit system, with hundreds of buses, trains and trams on a single page. Please, do not use Transit Tracker for transportation purpose. It's designed and intended to be used as an online sighting tool. Data is not always accurate and could be delayed. If you are looking for schedules, check with your local agency or use an app like Transit or Chrono. Transit Tracker supports multiple agencies: Société de transport de Montréal Réseau de transport de Longueuil Société de transport de Laval exo (trains and buses) Toronto Transit Commission (buses and trams) Brampton Transit Burlington Transit Durham Region Transit Hamilton Street Railway York Region Transit A single map for all vehicles You have the control over what you want to see. In normal times, you can often see more than 2000 buses and trams in the greater Toronto area! There is also a dark mode if it's your preference. Details on each vehicle and links to other applications Detailed trips information is available for most vehicles (with exception for STL and TTC). There are also some great contributors in the CPTDB community, and their works are easily accessible from Transit Tracker. Thanks to @Gerbil for GTFS Tools - access related trips and tracking history for STM. Thanks to @Blue Hybrid Bus and @West Island Transit Fan for FleetStats - access statistics on the STM fleet. Thanks to all wiki contributors who take time to document our transit systems. Data is available to download in CSV format and is released under the Creative Common 4.0 CC BY license. Data is provided by transit agencies. If you found a bug, want a new feature, or suggest a new region or agency, feel free to contact me or post on this thread! Are you a developer looking for the source code or want to contribute to the app? It's on GitHub : https://github.com/FelixINX/transit-tracker. An API is also available if you want to integrate Transit Tracker data in your app, contact me for more details. 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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