[Open-transport] public transport open data and software in France

Thomas thomaskoch at gmail.com
Fri Jan 18 11:53:58 UTC 2013


I've added Toulouse, Bordeaux and Nantes. I actually also wanted to
include CG33 but that feed expired in summer 2012. Also not sure if
Loire-Atlantique offers data outside of Nantes. CG44 is a invalid
feed, (duplicate trip-id) and i've signed up for the opendata portal
of Strasbourg. The SNCF (Ter/Intercité) feeds lack destinationnames..
Also i've added the SNCF GTFS'es for TER and Intercité. But
unfortunately memory-wise i can't import the entire OSM data. This
results in some transfers not being taken, but it does greatly improve
the connectivity inside Europe.
Also otp.eu is now localized in not just Dutch but also French,German
and English.

My new distance record: Cerbere (France) to Berlin via
Amsterdam,Paris. all over opendata.

Kind regards,

Thomas Koch

On Thu, Jan 10, 2013 at 3:17 PM, Thomas <thomaskoch at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> 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?
> Kind regards,
> Thomas Koch
> On Thu, Jan 10, 2013 at 2:08 PM, "GENDRE Pat - CETE
> Méditerr./DCEDI/DERIS/MIM" <Pat.Gendre at developpement-durable.gouv.fr>
> wrote:
>> 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 :
>> http://www.chouette.mobi/spip.php?rubrique84
>> 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) :
>> http://www.cete-mediterranee.fr/tt13/www/article.php3?id_article=316&var_recherche=passim
>> We try on add open data sources here as well :
>> http://petitpois.passim.comarquage.fr/poi/search?ack=Open+data&k=Open+data&q=&w=&s=active
>> 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
>> Trafic & Information Multimodale
>> Aix-en-Provence FR
>> (+33) (0)4 4224 7687
>> www.cete-mediterranee.fr/tt13/www
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