As part of the Open Source Geospatial Web, the University of Freiburg has created the TRAVIC, a transit visualization client that showcases the real-time location (or approximate based on transit data) of all transit vehicles. Above, downtown Toronto.
This tracker provides movement visualization of transit data published by transit agencies and operators from all over the world. The movements are mostly based on static schedule data. Whenever real-time data is available it is also included in the visualization. For some background information you may check our blog.
All data shown may be subject to terms of others, usually the transport agency or operator publishing the data. Please check their individual license terms. You will find links to the publisher's websites or their license terms when clicking on any of the vehicles displayed. Neither geOps nor the University of Freiburg hold liable for the correctness and completeness of the data. The University of Freiburg and geOps reserve the right to modify or discontinue this service at any time.
To get an overview of all feeds available, click the "All Feeds" button above. Click on a feed marker to zoom into it. You may have to zoom in further to see all vehicles.
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