Recently the Secretary of the US DOT wrote a letter advocating broad GTFS contribution and a national registry of GTFS, coming one step shy of requiring it from all agencies. The World Bank has also heavily advocated and assisted international adoption of GTFS . That these sorts of organizations have a default expectation of open schedule data was unthinkable in 2008. I'm proud of all the transit community has accomplished, and excited about what's next. Closing gtfs-data-exchange will pave the way for the next chapter of open transit data.
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A stable political and economic climate allowed EFE to complete its largest-ever investment programme in December 2005. This involved spending US$1bn in 2003-05 to increase capacity on commuter networks and improved long-distance services.  Unfortunately, the project was involved in a series of corruption scandals and bad administration. The long-distance service trains, bought from the Spanish railway company RENFE , had serious flaws, and the service to Puerto Montt was closed some months later. This situation, triggered investigations from the government, who exposed the crisis of the company due to the administration mistakes.