Before you start

All feeds come with no major restrictions, but some of them require you to put an attribution.

If you don’t know what GTFS (General Transit Feed Specification) is: long story short — it’s a format for sharing data about public transit schedules.
It’s nothing more then some CSV files zipped together, but I encourage you to read-up more on the actual spec on

As of now, I provide data on only Polish cities, but on my GitHub there’s also a script to create GTFS data for Tokyo, if you want to go big 🙆.

Other sources for Polish GTFS data

Please also take a look at project PRZYJAZDY.PL (website in Polish), which covers even more cities then I do. All of mine feeds are also listed there!

Also, 4 Polish agencies makes their GTFS feeds public:


Some data in and is based on ODbL-licensed data from © OpenStreetMap contributors - which requires a credit to original them.

Warsaw City Hall (warsaw/vehicles.pb), ZTM Gdańsk & ZDiZ Gdynia ( and ZTM Rzeszów ( share their data under terms, which require some form of contribution.

More info about required attributions is listed under corresponding feeds. Such credits are also included in GTFS’s attributions.txt file.

The attribution requirement is based in articles 13, 14 and 15 of Polish act on the re-use of public sector data.


Even tough all feeds, as long as listed here, should be up-to-date, I need to leave the below statement if in any unexpected event I won’t be able to maintain the feed.
If you encounter any issues with the data here, please get in touch.

The feeds are provided “as is”, without warranty of any kind, express or implied, including but not limited to warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose and noninfrigement. In no event shall the author be liable for any claim, damages or other liability, whether in action of contract, tort or otherwise, arising from, out of or in connection with the feeds or the use or other dealings in the provided data.

GTFS Feeds