Transit strives to be the Swiftiest way to interact with a GTFS static dataset feed.
The General Transit Feed Specification, or GTFS, is a dataset specification that enables a transit agency to describe a transit system to developers. More formally, GTFS is actually comprised of two data specifications: the GTFS Static Specification and the GTFS Real-Time Specification. The GTFS Static Specification describes those features of a transit system that remain reasonably static (i.e., transit routes, stops, schedules, etc.). The GTFS Real-Time Specification, on the other hand, describes the moment-to-moment state of a transit system (i.e., where specific vehicles are located, estimated arrival times, etc.). The Transit package currently supports the GTFS Static Specification (the GTFS Real-Time specification may be supported in the future). Within this document, GTFS should always be interpreted as referring to the GTFS Static Specification.
Transit is distributed as a Swift package. There are many online tutorials which describe how packages can be installed in an Xcode project.
Transit has embraced Apple’s DocC documentation compiler. DocC makes it simple to add documentation for a project. Please refer to the documentation included within the Transit package for details on Transit’s use or for help.
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