You can better control timetable generation by adding some additional, non-standard .txt files to your GTFS.
Controlling timetable output
By default, GTFS-to-HTML attempts to generate a timetable for each route and direction present in a GTFS file. However, greater control over which routes, directions and days of the week should be built into timetables is possible by adding
timetable_stop_order.txt files to an your GTFS.
- timetables.txt - Specifies which HTML timetables should be built based on route_id, direction_id, days of the week and a date range. Often, this is the only additional file you'll need.
- timetable_stop_order.txt - Specifies the stop order that should be used for timetables.
- timetable_pages.txt - Specifies which HTML timetables should be grouped together into a single HTML page.
Adding notes to timetables
Notes about a specific trip, stop, stoptime, route or timetable can be added to timetables by using
timetable_notes_references.txt in your GTFS.
- timetable_notes.txt - Specifies notes to be used in timetables.
- timetable_notes_references.txt - Specifies where notes should be placed in timetables.
Additional info about a stop
Additional information about a stop can be added using
stop_attributes.txt in your GTFS.
- stop_attributes.txt - Specifies additional information about a stop.