I am working on some python based accessibility analysis and we are successfully using Pandana to carry out pedestrian queries.
We would like to extend this to public transport and we are trying to use UrbanAccess to create the mixed mode network but we are having a couple of issues:
- We have come across a GTFS feed with a frequencies.txt file specifying headways between services.
Is UrbanAccess able to work with these? At the moment we get zero journeys returned for queries like
- Despite some of the documentation saying UrbanAccess is Python 3 compatible we have only been able to run it in Python 2, in part this seemed to be related to handling of unicode characters. Should it work in Python 3 or is there a plan for it to become Python 3 compatible?
We really appreciate you making these tools freely available, and Pandana in particular is working well for us. It would just be helpful to know whether we can rely on UrbanAccess in the same way.