GTFS Schedules

BART was one of the first transit agencies in the country to offer official schedules, fares and other data in the open General Transit Feed Specification (GTFS). If you want to use it, we have a few requests:

  • Sign our super long agreement
    Psyche: we don't do that here. We never make you jump through hoops to use BART open data. We just ask that you follow our simple Developer License Agreement, give our customers good information and not hog community resources. If that doesn't work, we can manage usage with keys and write more terms and conditions. But who wants that?
  • Keep your work up to date
    This feed will change, and when it does we'll try to give you plenty of notice through the opt-in email list and the BART Developers Google Group.
  • Don't use the BART logo
    Only we get to use official BART trademarks and copyrighted works to let customers know they're getting info directly from BART versus one of the tons of other places that use BART open data.
  • Don't forget about us
    Give us a shout out or a link back and let us know about the cool stuff you're doing.

BART GTFS effective 20141122

Frequently Asked Questions

Why are you doing this?
We want to foster innovative applications, reach a broader audience and encourage more people to choose BART.

Will you help me troubleshoot?
If we help you, it's only fair that we help everyone else, too. We simply don't have the resources for that. Let us know about any issues or enhancements you'd like to see, but unfortunately we aren't able to provide technical support for your development efforts.

What are your plans for future development?
All of our developer services are created on what we call "BART one percent time." So within that context we're doing our best to fix problems, add new features and keep it all going. Drop us a line with your suggestions and learn about changes through the opt-in email list or the BART Developers Google Group.