[talk-lu] Public transportation
Loll78 at gmx.net
Mon Jul 18 21:05:03 BST 2011
I think in a first place one should get at least the route of the bus
line. The bus stops can be added later by residents or passengers.
It is the creation of the bus line which takes the most effort, not the
adding of some nodes representing bus-stops
But you're right. The easiest would be if the RGTR could provide all
date at the same time (an perhaps in the right format :-) ).
Guillaume Rischard said the following on 18/07/2011 22:00:
> On 13 Jul 2011, at 19:04, Loll wrote:
>> Recently an idea came into my mind of collecting data of the public transportation.
>> As nowadays a lot of busses have integrated GPS receivers (for live tracking their position) it could be interesting to ask the operator if we can get these data for our use.
>> And if not, it is perhaps possible that they can put a gps-mouse inside a bus (each route another bus route)
> Moien Laurent,
> It would be unfortunate if it had to come down to that. How would you distinguish a bus stop from a red light from a bus stop that's just by a red light?
> The RGTR seems to think we're cool: http://openstreetmap.lu/rgtr . We could thank them for using our data and ask for theirs.
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