TransLoc Introduces Architect for Transit Agencies – Free GTFS Builder Transforms Data into Accessible, Meaningful Information

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Intuitive map-based web application eliminates the need for manual management, provides riders with accurate information DURHAM, N.C.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–TransLoc, a transportation technology provider on a mission to deliver seamless mobility for all, today debuted its newest product, Architect, a free and easy-to-use web application for managing and sharing transit data in General Transit Feed Specification (GTFS) format. This launch follows a … Read More

Release Notes: What’s new in Architect Beta 1.2

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We’re constantly updating our products at TransLoc. Sometimes we’re adding new features or functionality. Sometimes we’re fixing bugs. But always, we’re striving to make our products more valuable to the people who use them. Release notes have a reputation for being boring, but we hope these change your mind. Ours give you the facts, and provide tangible, actionable takeaways—free of jargon … Read More

GTFS – What is it and why does it matter to public transit?

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GTFS What is it and why does it matter to public transit

In my first few weeks of working at TransLoc, I frequently heard the term “GTFS feeds” passed around. Even after I was given a run-down of what it meant, I didn’t have a firm grasp of what GTFS feeds were and why they were actually important to transit agencies. After digging deeper, I’ve realized that the incorporation of GTFS feeds … Read More