[Open-transport] We Move Project : Open Delays

Thomas thomaskoch at gmail.com
Fri Oct 17 08:28:48 UTC 2014

NetworkRail is unfortunately the very pleasant exception that confirms the
general situation. Where NetworkRail targets transparency, over here
state-owned ProRail went to the highest courts to defend their "We're are a
corporation, not part of the government, so you can't FOIA us" opnion after
a TV program requested all the arrival delays.

On Fri, Oct 17, 2014 at 10:19 AM, Peter Hicks <peter.hicks at poggs.co.uk>

> On 16/10/14 21:25, Thomas wrote:
> 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".
> The licence that the Network Rail feeds (Great Britain) are licensed under
> doesn't prohibit this.
> Peter
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