Scripts to convert GTFS files to a PouchDB database,
Transit data is commonly stored in the GTFS format. This script can unzip it and store it in PouchDB databases. These can later be queried with query-pouch-gtfs.
Parses a GTFS zip file and saves the data into multiple PouchDB databases.
- inputFile: Either a path to a GTFS file or folder, or a stream/buffer representing zip contents
- destinations: Either a path to a folder containing the databases, or an object specifying paths for each database explicitly.
Parses a single GTFS partial, rather than the entire ZIP file.
- partialFile: Either a path to an unzipped partial (ie: './routes.txt'), or a readable stream representing the file contents.
- partialName: If partialFile is a stream, provide the name of the file here (ie: 'routes').
- destination: The database to save results to, or a path to it.
gtfs-to-pouch -i gtfs.zip -o ./gtfs-dbs gtfs-to-pouch --output ./gtfs-dbs < gtfs.zip gtfs-to-pouch --input ./gtfs-files -o ./gtfs-dbs gtfs-to-pouch --partial -i ./routes.txt -o ./db/routes
--partial Switches to partial mode. Allows for parsing a single GTFS text file, such as routes.txt, rather than the entire ZIP file. -i, --input Input path pointing to GTFS file or directory. Can also pipe from stdin. -n, --name Name of the GTFS partial. Only needed if both in partial mode and stdin is being used instead of input. -o, --output Output directory, relative to the current working directory. Should contain databases, or point to the database in partial mode. -h, --help Show help text