[Open-transport] public transport open data and software in France
thomaskoch at gmail.com
Thu Jan 10 14:17:54 UTC 2013
Having a special interest for France, i've seen that list before. Last
time i checked some feeds were expired or broken, but it seems to be
better now. I also did some tinkering with NEPTUNE building a parser
and a (failing) GTFS converter.
I was wondering how much timetables are digitally available, is each
CG obliged to maintain public transport dataset in CHOUETTE?
On Thu, Jan 10, 2013 at 2:08 PM, "GENDRE Pat - CETE
Méditerr./DCEDI/DERIS/MIM" <Pat.Gendre at developpement-durable.gouv.fr>
> Hello everybody
> I am working for the French ministry of transport and recently subscribed to
> the Open Transport (when I learnt that OKFN opened an office in Paris).
> You mentioned that you intend to include French data in your
> http://opentripplanner.eu journey planner and that Rennes could be the only
> city with GTFS data available.
> It might be useful for you to know that we maintain a very crude list of
> open data PT networks in France here :
> The ministry also maintains open source software available at
> www.chouette.com and on github :
> - a web server for validating, editing and exchanging public transport data
> (called CHOUETTE) in conformance with the French standard profile Neptune
> (similar to Transxchange) which can also make conversion to/from GTFS and
> work currently on Netex
> - a SIRI server (called IRYS)
> Also, we maintain a directory of travel information services which is open
> data and can be reused e.g. for info portals or and other applications.
> It is described here (in French) :
> We try on add open data sources here as well :
> For the moment the "production" version is still a more limited version
> http://www.passim.info but we intend to upgrade in 2013.
> If interested please contact me or ask the support at the www.chouette.mobi
> site. I travel to Paris from time to time and it will be a pleasure to meet
> some of you at OKFN or elsewhere, if there is an opportunity to do so.
> Best regards,
> Patrick GENDRE
> CETE Med./DCEDI/DERIS/TIM
> Trafic & Information Multimodale
> Aix-en-Provence FR
> (+33) (0)4 4224 7687
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