Data for Developers

MTS provides scheduling data in the General Transit Feed Specification (GTFS) format.

Terms & Conditions

Use of the GTFS data and any other information we may provide through our website is governed by our Terms & Conditions.

Scheduling Data (static)

Download the most current MTS GTFS files

You may also set your server to download the GTFS files automatically, the newest version is always located here.

http://www.sdmts.com/google_transit_files/google_transit.zip

Real Time Data (dynamic)

MTS is currently sharing a simple API which will return the text message that a customer would receive through our GOMTS texting service. More info.

We hope to share more real time information in the future for the benefit of app developers, and in turn, our customers.

Stay Up to Date

Write a script to automatically check the status of the MTS GTFS files to make sure you are up to date.  You can also use a site such as gtfs-data-exchange.com to track when MTS's GTFS files have been updated. 

What Does All of This Mean?

Are you writing an app or studying transit data, but you don't know what all of the terms mean? We have a glossary of transit terms to help define some concepts of public transit and how we apply them to our services.

The GTFS feeds conform to the GTFS guidelines whose reference information is available at https://developers.google.com/transit/gtfs/reference. This standard format is used now by hundreds of agencies throughout the world to share their scheduling data.

Questions or Comments

If you have questions or comments about the data, please email us at MTS.Planning@sdmts.com.

 

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