What kinds of outputs can Podaris produce?

Podaris can produce and exports a wide variety of outputs in a number of formats.

Entire Podaris projects

export project

The Export Project option allows you to export an entire project in a variety of formats including .PODARIS, GeoJSON, PRTSim, CityMobil and GTFS.

Station Matrix data

station matrix

Station-to-station travel times, distance and velocities between stations connected on parametric infrastructure (n.b. not street-following buses and routes with manual patterns) can be exported as .CSV. For more information on the Station Matrix, click here.

Active Transport Services

Active Transport Services

The Active Transport Services panel, accessible through the Overview Panel allows you to export a .CSV file in one of two forms

  • Agency - key statistics broken-down for each mode for each agency.
  • Route - key statistics for each visible and active route.

Both .CSV files contain minimum PVR, total revenue time and total revenue distance for each agency or route, respectively. .CSV files exporting as agency will also include the number of active routes for each agency. To read more about how these outputs are calculated, please see documentation on Active Transport Services here.


Dataset export

Datasets can be exported in a variety of formats:

  • GeoJSON - open standard format designed for representing simple geographical features
  • Shapefile - Esri vector data storage format for storing the location, shape, and attributes of geographic features
  • KML  - XML notation for expressing geographic annotation and visualization within two-dimensional maps


Comments export

Comments generated in both Podaris:Plan and Podaris:Engage can be exported as a .CSV file.


Screenshots export

Snapshots of your views can be downloaded from the Views Panel as a high resolution .PNG. For alternative methods of creating screenshots of your projects, please see here.

Services and Patterns

Services and Pattern Export

Both routes and individual patterns can be exported in one of three formats:

  • GeoJSON 
  • Shapefile 
  • KML


Isochrone export

Isochrones can be exported individually, or in bulk, as either:

  • Geometry - polygons for the isochrone geometry in your chosen GIS format
  • Query Results - a .CSV containing results of all queries for this isochrone