The MARTA GTFS feed is composed of a series of text files collected in a ZIP file. Each file models a particular aspect of MARTA's transit information: stops, routes, trips, and other schedule data. Please click here to download the GTFS feed. (10MB, ZIP) Updated as of 6/13/2013
Click here to download the guide. This will explain how the MARTA logo should be displayed on third-party mobile and web applications.
The MARTA Bus Real-Time Data Web Service provides turn-by-turn bus location information. This information consists of various web services which dynamically query the MARTA database and displays longitude and latitude information on a Google Map. The Bus Real-time Data is refreshed every 10 seconds. In order to access this information you must fill out the Bus Real-Time Data request form and agree to our Terms and Conditions.
How do I get access to MARTA's Bus Real-time Web Service?
To request access to MARTA's Bus Real-Time Data please fill out our request form. MARTA will then review your information and determine whether to grant access to the web service.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Why is MARTA releasing the Bus Real-Time Data?
We want to share MARTA's data with others to give them an opportunity to develop custom web and mobile applications.
- Will you be able to provide technical support?
Unfortunately, we will only be able to provide limited support. Email us with any issues or enhancements you would like to see in the web service.
- What does "adherence" mean in the web service?
The Adherence tells whether the bus is on time, early or late.
<Adherence>-3</Adherence> means this bus is 3 minutes late.
<Adherence>1</Adherence> means this bus is 1 minute early.
<Adherence>0</Adherence> means this bus is on time.
- What are your plans for future development?
The MARTA Web Development Group is in the process of deploying various mobile apps in the future which will assist our customers in their daily commute.
How do I get updates on the latest developments?
Join MARTA Developers Google Group