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Transit trip planners are now found on most transit authority websites. This feature gives transit users a full itinerary from a point of origin to a destination. The web server on which the trip planner is installed usually stores usage logs on a daily basis. Log files contain data on origins, destinations, calculated paths, and other website entries. The main purpose of this article is to determine whether the analysis of trip planner log files can help to improve transit service by providingdoi:10.5038/2375-0901.8.2.5 fatcat:gdmdhdvpszgdlhftjnznj4olti