[Open-transport] open delays: update

Miguel Laginha me at miguellaginha.com
Mon May 4 07:27:25 UTC 2015


I'm in touch with the Portuguese national railroad agency and hopefully
we'll have open delays data soon (they're aware). They're 99% open data

_ miguel

On 3 May 2015 at 19:44, Peter Hicks <peter.hicks at poggs.co.uk> wrote:

> Hi Raphael
> On 03/05/15 11:16, Raphael du Cheyron Calvelli wrote:
>> Just to inform you that we have started again the development of Open
>> Delays, that consists in gathering delay data in own users databases. We
>> made a first version prototype in October, that is still running smoothly.
>> Now we want to consolidate the technical aspects, before going into open
>> public.
> One question - when you say 'delays', do you mean:
>   * A change in lateless, i.e. you are capturing the delay event; or
>   * Trains calling at stations after they were timetabled
> Also, I'd be interested to know what other countries do for investigating
> delays.  Here in Great Britain, every delay event over 3 minutes requires
> investigation and is attributed to a manager/organisation and a 'cause
> code'.
> Peter
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