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Mapnificent now available in Los Angeles. Transit agencies take notice. It takes a developer with some specific expertise just a few lines of code to roll such products out to new cities, and they can provide immense value to your users. Any investment your agency makes in publishing schedule data in GTFS (Google Transit's General Transit Feed Specification) will be leveraged several times over with third party sites like Mapnificent, Walk Score's Transit Score, and of course Google Maps for Mobile (available for all major smartphone operating systems). Can your web site do that? How much would it cost you to develop the capability in-house? Wouldn't it be great to provide this kind of service to your customers with no additional expenditures or contracts?
Transit Agencies: This is why you should have your data in GTFS format with a license that allows for non-commercial derivatives
Posted by Juan Matute On Friday, November 26, 2010 0 comments