About OpenMobilityData

The goal of OpenMobilityData is to collect open mobility data from around the world. Currently, it hosts transit data in the GTFS and GTFS-realtime formats. Our team of volunteers has collected about 1,000 feeds from 40 countries.

OpenMobilityData is a free service for power users of transit data, including app developers, web developers, and transit agencies. You can browse feeds in a unified format that makes it easy to explore the data, or you can register for the API so you can access it in a steady format.

Users who log in with Github can submit a new feed or report an issue with existing feeds.


OpenMobilityData is sponsored by TransitScreen, a Washington, DC-based software company providing mobility information products (including MobilityScore, a system for measuring access to all forms of mobility) in collaboration with the non-profit MobilityData effort (currently incubated by the Rocky Mountain Institute).