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  • Routes API

    A route is a named and numbered pattern of service that covers a certain geographic area with a consistent method of service delivery.

    Valid URL Parameters

    stop Only return routes passing through this stop


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    • routes/16
    • routes/18
    • routes/faux-route


    • routes
    • routes?stop=10066


    • routes:16
    • routes:

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    Noteworthy Results

    key A unique identifier for this route.
    number The route number
    name The route name. See the usage parameter for formatting options.
    customer-type The type of service provided by this route. Will be one of 'regular', 'industrial', 'school', 'charter' or 'work'.
    coverage Categorization of how fully a route services stops along it's segments. Can be one of 'regular' (services all stops), 'express' (services select stops in express segments) and 'super express' (services no stops in express segments).
    variants A route has many variants, but variants are only included as stubs. xlink:href attributes point to the service which can be called for more info.