[talk-au] South Australia - Public Transport / OSM data
Walker, Garth (DPTI)
Garth.Walker at sa.gov.au
Wed Nov 27 01:02:04 UTC 2013
I was lucky enough to get in contact with Alex Sims who is the local OSM contact for media here in SA.
I'm working on supporting one of our Public Transport Initiatives Open Trip Planning which uses OSM mapping data, and looking to the community for support to enhance the current mapping data available for metropolitan South Australia.
Currently we've identified that there are several areas of OSM which require tagging for pedestrian access, which impacts our open trip planning routing options.
* Street Address Limitations ( missing streets and street numbers)
* walking paths data not included across many of the highways (North East and Main North Gepps cross) connected to transport infrastructure, such as railway stations, and bus interchanges. Grange is a hot spot, as has been Aldinga, Blackwood and Belair, Mclaren vale ( which looks like its improving) and some areas around
* Southern and Northern suburb areas not detailed
* Smaller Shopping Centres, Councils and other places of interest not named.
I'd be very happy to help as I am also involved with the Government Open Data program at http://data.sa.gov.au/
I'm keen on building some good relationships with contributors and application developers so would like to gather some more support for OSM in South Australia.
Hope to hear from you all.
Customer Information Project Officer
Client Experience Project Manager
Customer Experience | Public Transport Services
Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure
GPO BOX 1553, Adelaide, SA, 5001
Government of South Australia
Telephone (Primary): (08) 8218 2108
Email: garth.walker at sa.gov.au<mailto:garth.walker at sa.gov.au>
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