[Open-transport] We Move Project : Open Delays
hibai.unzueta at gmail.com
Thu Oct 16 21:16:01 UTC 2014
Recording delays is a no-no?
I mean, if you can access delay data, why shouldn't you apply some
statistics on it?
2014-10-16 22:25 GMT+02:00 Thomas <thomaskoch at gmail.com>:
> Dutch realtime traintimes are available on http://www.ns.nl/api/api but
> recording delays is no-no.
> I don't tink many transitoperators agree with "public transport institutions
> find quite normal that users can access exploitation data".
> On Thu, Oct 16, 2014 at 7:38 PM, samuel jouan <samueljouan at hotmail.fr>
>> Dear all,
>> I'm making an internship with We Move.center, a new civic organization
>> involved in promoting European citizens' rights in mobility. I consider now
>> makin a short term project on open data, that aims to gather trains delay
>> exploitation data, from http://www.railtime.be/ directly in the HTML code,
>> with a python script that will update the database every hour with a
>> scheduler task, so as to be able to keep data more than a week (a bit like
>> trainenretard.be, but with different aims).
>> Now we have the program and we share it on
>> http://opendelays.sourceforge.net/ with a sample of our database in ods
>> format.This project aim to gather and share train data in Europe, more
>> information here:
>> Do you guys have any feedback on this, before we start working on it ? Do
>> you think this is feasible (we don't have a lot of time) and if there is a
>> better way or existing resource...
>> Thank you in advance
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