[Open-transport] Open Transport Data tools / webservices
christophe.duquesne at aurigetech.com
Tue Jul 16 08:39:04 UTC 2013
You also have CHOUETTE which is open source
(https://github.com/dryade/chouette2, and a nice demo
id:opendata at cityway.fr pass:opendata with some french open data sets
CHOUETTE is available in French and in English
It has GTFS, NEPTUNE and NeTEx import and export (the latest, NeTEx,
being the very new CEN standard for scheduled public transport data
exchange), and was recently added a KML export ...
CHOUETTE also provides a Web Service access to all is PT data
It uses open street map, provides some data validation tools, and has a
nice web UI to visualize and edit PT data.
Also a nice post from Marc Florisson (in french...)
and an overview of its features www.aurigetech.com/public/img/CHOUETTE.png
PS: There is ongoing call for tender, from French transport department,
to support CHOUETTE development and communication.
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> Hi all,
> Seems like this has been an issue for quite a while: how do we turn raw
> transport data into an API and which format/vocabulary should this API
> adhere to?
> * I have found a GTFS ? API in nodejs over here:
> * There is also http://navitia.io who has plans to go open source.
> * Open Trip Planner has an API as well.
> Are open source open transport data tools stuff that our Open Transport
> working group should push for? Which one would you prefer rights now?
> Kind regards,
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