Developer’s Guide

Fintraffic ( ) provides access to the route and timetable data of the major public transport authorities (PTA), long distance connections and major transport service operators (TSP).

Development and testing as well as commercial use of interfaces is free of charge.

Possible ways to access timetable and route data:

·         GTFS national database dump

·         GTFS containing only ferries

·         Routing etc APIs at Digitransit

The documentation is available only in English and Fintraffic takes no responsibility for possible errors or damages caused by documentation or data.

If you need more information or assistance related to the dump-files, please use the contact form. Fintraffic has right to abolish access rights whenever necessary, for example in case of excessive traffic to the interface or misuse of the service.

Access to the interfaces is requested on the account request form.

The content of the route and timetable database covers timetables and routes for buses, trains, local public transport and air traffic.

The license is CC 4.0 BY.

New content will be added without further notice.

Fintraffic does not guarantee continued supply of the information.

The stop times on routes are based on estimated travel times. The actual completion of the suggested connections cannot be guaranteed. Fintraffic is not liable for damages which may be caused by errors in the data or the failure of a suggested public transport connection.

Also lack of data in the database (minor cities and municipalities) or errors may affect the quality of the route suggestions