Integrated Optimization in Public Transportation

Download of LinTim

We are happy to announce that - starting in June 2018 - LinTim will be available as an open source software library, published using the MIT license.

Download the source code and datasets

For publication of the software and collaboration, we use the Gitlab instance of the RARP. You can find the source code here. Please feel free to contact us if you have any problems by sending an email to

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Download the documentation

You can find the documentation as part of our distributed source code or as a separate preprint publication here.

When you use LinTim

If you are interested in using LinTim, we would be glad to hear from you. Feel free to let us know by emailing If you publish your work, please cite the following publications as a reference:
  • A. Schiewe, S. Albert, J. Pätzold, P. Schiewe, A. Schöbel, and J. Schulz. LinTim: An integrated environment for mathematical public transport optimization. Documentation. Technical Report 2018-08, Preprint-Reihe, Institut für Numerische und Angewandte Mathematik, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, 2018.
  • A. Schiewe, S. Albert, J. Pätzold, P. Schiewe, and A. Schöbel. LinTim - Integrated Optimization in Public Transportation. Homepage.
  • M. Goerigk, M. Schachtebeck, and A. Schöbel. Evaluating line concepts using travel times and robustness: Simulations with the LinTim toolbox. Public Transport, 5(3), 2013