About this map
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Sorry, had to say the above.
What is this?
This is an experiment about creating bus maps from GTFS shapes.txt data. This map was created by taking GTFS data supplied by SEPTA, attempting to automatically offset overlapping routes, slap on markers, and generally try to make it understandable. It's not that successful so far! (This is especially true in areas with more than a handful of routes, or where routes intersect.)
Which bus routes are not on this map?
Generally, any route (or segment of a route) that has less than three round trips per day.
Why did you create this?
GTFS shapes.txt -> exclude little-used shapes -> combine into one KML -> offset in that KML -> create tiles for the overlay.