[talk-au] Adelaide Metro using OpenStreetmap/OpenTripPlanner instead of Google Transit

Alex Sims alex at softgrow.com
Thu Nov 1 11:31:14 GMT 2012

My understanding is that real time data is sent from all Metrocard vehicles via GPRS to a central site. The supply of data is "real soon now" and they are keen to get developers using the data

All of the timetable data and stop data has been available for a year or so as GTFS format, although hidden on their old site under "site map". There is a copy also on GitHub.

Getting back on topic I don't think their license condition permits upload to OpenStreetmap, but it wouldn't hurt to ask.


On 01/11/2012, at 9:11 PM, "Daniel O'Connor" <daniel.oconnor at gmail.com> wrote:

> Are they pushing data into OSM? Or do we know if the installation has data services available? (Good to see the bus stops are URIs!)
> I remember approaching them several years ago, asking about data extracts of timetables/stop locations/etc to do mashups - I met with them, but I felt it went poorly at the time.

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