Getting your bus route to appear on Google Maps is easy with AddTransit. Our easy to use GTFS builder allows you to create and edit a GTFS (General Transit Feed Specification) file. A GTFS file contains the necessary information to inform Google of your stops, schedule, routes and fares.
You then notify Google that you now have a GTFS file for them to use, and subject to you meeting Google’s criteria, the file successfully passing Google’s validation and verifying that you will maintain the file going forward, Google will give you access to their Transit Dashboard.
Google also automatically uploads changes on a regular basis to ensure that their online schedules stay up to date.
Once the Google has processed your file, your customers/passengers will be able to view your bus schedules on the web in Google maps.
And the best thing is, is that the GTFS file is used not only by Google but also by lots of other companies. This means that by creating one file you suddenly are able to make your schedule available in many different ways to your customers.
Have a good day.