This is a monthly report, generated by the California Integrated Travel Project (Cal-ITP), summarizing issues discovered by MobilityData’s GTFS Validator. This report is available for viewing by the general public to support continuous improvement of GTFS data and the experience of transit passengers.
|Do the following files/fields exist?||2022-05-01||2022-05-15||2022-05-29|
|Validation errors observed|
|Error Name||Error Description||Severity|
|decreasing_or_equal_shape_distance||Two consecutive points in shapes.txt should have increasing values for shape_dist_traveled. If the values are equal, this is considered as an error.||ERROR|
|feed_expiration_date||At any time, the published GTFS dataset should be valid for at least the next 7 days, and ideally for as long as the operator is confident that the schedule will continue to be operated. If possible, the GTFS dataset should cover at least the next 30 days of service.||WARNING|
|stop_too_far_from_trip_shape||Per GTFS Best Practices, route alignments (in shapes.txt) should be within 100 meters of stop locations which a trip serves.||WARNING|
|too_fast_travel||As implemented in the original Google Python GTFS validator, the calculated speed between stops should not be greater than 150 km/h (42 m/s SI or 93 mph).||WARNING|