GTI is developing open data products to make transit infrastructure and transit use data more accessible to researcher communities and the public around the globe.
The National Transit Map – United States describes the availability and performance of transit services in each of the 497 U.S. Census-defined urbanized areas (UZAs) using 2013 data from the U.S. National Transit Database. The map series show geographic patterns and disparities in mode-specific transit availability and performance across the UZAs. Beside mode presence, five performance measures are illustrated, including number of transit vehicles operated at maximum service (VOMS), annual fare revenue earned, annual vehicle revenue miles, annual unlinked passenger trips, and transit way mileage.
- National Transit Map - United States: Methodology Report (1.35 MB PDF)
- Download a zip file including both the data table and data dictionary. Registration required.
The Beijing Job Accessibility Map - Transit describes the amount of job opportunities accessible by transit from each jiedao district within 30-, 45-, and 60- minutes of travel time using the Beijing Economic Census Data in years 2004 and 2013.