------ A Coruña
------ Birmingham, AL
------ Greenville, SC
------ Portland, OR
------ Tampa, FL
Want to plan a multimodal trip via bike, walk, and transit? OpenTripPlanner (OTP) for Android uses GTFS for transit data and OpenStreetMap for bike and sidewalk data to plan trips.
• Plan trips via bus, bike, and walk that are linked together using any OTP server
• Display directions on map and as written list
• Custom bike trips to balance how quick, flat, and "bike-friendly" trip results are
• Sliding panel for trip options
• Auto detection of proper OTP server based on a Google Docs directory (Can also use a custom URL to any OTP API)
• Options to change wheelchair accessibility, max walk distance, etc.
• Point-of-Interest search, including geo-coding
• Feedback form for Android client maintainer or to particular OTP server maintainer
How is this different from Google Maps?
OpenTripPlanner provides true multimodal trip that can link bike, walk, and transit trips based on open data sources.
For this app to work in your city, someone must set up an OpenTripPlanner server (http://opentripplanner.org) for your geographic area, and your server must be added to the server directory.
Have an OpenTripPlanner server? Contact us to be added to this app!
Code is open-source at:
Special thanks to Vreixo González for his many recent improvements in v2 as part of the 2013 Google Summer of Code!
Tags: opentripplanner client, google maps multi modal travel planer, opentripplannerfor is closed, opentripplaner server, opentripplanner install.
v2.0.2 - Bug fixes and user interface improvements, including:
• restoring menu access for devices without physical menu button
• automatic refresh of supported regions
• planning trips to/from contact addresses
v2.0.1 - Many bug fixes and other improvements, including:
• Added support for new regions
• Tap map popups to see directions for that stop
• Translated step-by-step directions
• Fixed tiny home screen icons
• Added German translations