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National Transit Map (Data, Maps and Apps)

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

National Transit Map – Data Catalog
View and download National Transit Map data via our geospatial data portal.

National Transit Layer – Data Services
These are national data feeds that provide open, machine spatial and tabular data about the nation’s transit systems stops, routes, and schedules. The layers can be viewed in the browser or downloaded for manipulation and additional use.

Map of Participating Transit Agencies
This is a map of transit agency headquarters locations showing which agencies have volunteered to take part in the National Transit Map.

Map of Participating Transit Agencies

Map of Transit Agencies by Vehicles Operated in Maximum Service
This is a map of transit agency headquarters locations with larger symbols showing those agencies with a higher number of vehicles operated in maximum service (VOMS), a commonly used measure of service capacity. VOMS is the number of revenue vehicles operated to meet the annual maximum service requirement. This is the revenue vehicle count during the peak season of the year on the week and day that maximum service is provided. It excludes atypical days or one-time special events.

Map of Transit Agencies by Vehicles Operated in Maximum Service

Map of Transit Stops and Buffers
This map shows all fixed-route transit stops for all transit agencies currently participating in the National Transit Map. It also includes two optional buffer layers showing the area within a ¼ mile and a ½ mile of the transit stop. These are commonly used distances when studying accessibility.

Map of Transit Stops and Buffers