International availability of Google Transit

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Google Transit is a public transport route planner.[1] The coverage of Google Transit is publicly available. It is spread worldwide, in hundreds of cities and sometimes in entire countries such as China, Japan, Switzerland. The coverage of major cities in the United States and Canada is almost exhaustive. In some areas, such as the United Kingdom, Google Transit covers only part of the transit agencies. In other areas, Google Transit does not provide public transit directions, but still provides the Transit Layer which overlays the schematic of the transit lines on the map. Notable examples include Paris, Berlin, Mexico City and many other capitals around the world. Google Transit does not allow the user to specify the mode of travel; it may provide a route by train, but not let the user see how to make the same trip by bus.

Africa[edit]

Country/Region City Details
 Egypt Cairo Transit layer only
 Tunisia Sousse-Mahdia SNCFT Sousse-Mahdia
Tunis Transit layer only
 South Africa Cape Town Transit layer only
Johannesburg Transit layer only
Pretoria Transit layer only

Australia[edit]

City Details
Adelaide Adelaide Metro
Airlie Beach QConnect-Whitsunday Transit
Bowen QConnect-Bowen
Bundaberg QConnect-Duffys/Stewarts
Burnie Tasmania Metro Tasmania
Cairns Sunbus
Canberra ACTION
Darwin Public Transport Division
Devonport Tasmania Merseylink
Gladstone QConnect-Polleys Coaches
Gympie QConnect-Gympie
Burnie Tasmania Metro Tasmania
Burnie Tasmania Metro Tasmania
Hervey Bay - Maryborough - Fraser Coast QConnect-Wide Bay Transit
Innisfail QConnect-Trans North
Kilcoy qconnect-kilcoy
Mackay QConnect-Mackay Transit Coaches
Magnetic Island Sunbus
Maleny QConnect
Burnie Tasmania Metro Tasmania
Burnie Tasmania Metro Tasmania
New South Wales Sydney Monorail & Light Rail, Hawkesbury Valley, Berrima Buslines, Veolia (Region 10), Dangar Island Ferry, Interline Bus, Liverpool-Parramatta T-Way, Westbus Windsor, Stuarts Coaches, Manly Fast Ferry, Hunter Valley Buses (OM Region 4), Church Point Ferry, Newcastle Buses and Ferries, Hopkinsons, Rail Replacement Bus, Nowra Coaches, Port Stephens Coach, Shorelink, Palm Beach Ferry, Bathurst Buslines, Cronulla Ferries, NightRide, Special Event Buses, Central Coast Ferry, Kennedys Bus Service, Sydney Buses, Hillsbus Region 4, Red Bus Service, Westbus Penrith, Westbus Region 3, Hunter Valley Buses (OM Region 2), Maianbar Bus Service, Punchbowl Bus, Rover Coaches, Busabout Region 2, CityRail, Forest Coach Lines, Picton Buslines, Green's Northern Coaches, Blue Mountains Bus Company, Kiama Coachlines, Lithgow Buslines, Busways (Region 6), Sydney Fast Ferries, Veolia (Region 11), Veolia (Region 13), Matilda Cruises, Oliveris Metro Link, Busways (Region 1), Busways (Region 15), Busways (Region 6), Shoalbus, Premier Illawarra, Dions Bus Service, Sydney Ferries, Major Event Buses
Perth Transperth
Toowomba QConnect-Bus QLD
Townsville TAG
Warwick QConnect-Warwick


Europe[edit]

Country Region Details
 Belgium Flanders De Lijn
 Denmark Whole country Rejseplanen.dk
 Ireland Whole country Transport for Ireland
 Netherlands Whole country 9292.nl
 Norway Rogaland Kolumbus
Oslo Transit layer only

India[edit]

State City Details
Multi-region Eastern Railway
Andhra Pradesh Hyderabad APSRTC, MMTS
Delhi Delhi Delhi Metro, DTC, Delhi BRTS, Northern Railway
Gujarat Ahmedabad AMTS
Karnataka Bangalore BMTC, Namma Metro
Maharashtra Kalyan-Dombivali KDMT
Mumbai BEST, Western Railway
Navi Mumbai NMMT
Pune PMPML
Thane TMT
Tamil Nadu Chennai Chennai MRTS, MTC, Southern Railway
West Bengal Kolkata CSTC, CTC, Kolkata Metro, KMRC

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Chan, Sewell (September 23, 2008). "Google Transit Expands to New York - City Room Blog - NYTimes.com". Cityroom.blogs.nytimes.com. Retrieved January 12, 2010. 

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