Historical GTFS data can be found at https://data.samtrafiken.se/trafiklab/gtfs-sverige-2/. This archive is updated every time a new GTFS feed is published. The latest version is not available in this archive, only through the ‘usual’ API endpoint.
Differences between historical systems
Keep in mind that the GTFS Sverige 2 feed has been updated a few times in the time period covered by the archive. This might affect your data processing when you want to handle data over a timespan of multiple years. There have been migrations between databases, systems and service providers, for example in 2016. There might be small changes in naming and data quality between the feeds created by different systems which your analytics need to handle.
- Up till 2016 stop ids used 7 digits. This was changed to 9 digits by replacing the ‘74’ prefix with ‘7400’.
- Up till 2016 all trains where grouped in one route per type, this was changed to one route per trip.
- Up till 2016 trains used their type as route name, for example “SJ Intercity”. This was changed to the train number, for example 7689