Open Learning Campus: Introduction to GTFS

GTFS is for everyone. At Trillium, we know what a powerful tool it is, and one of our goals is to make this data spec broadly accessible. Trusted training materials make GTFS and its benefits more accessible. To that end, Trillium volunteered to  expand on our previous work with the World Bank (see GTFS examples), […]

GTFS-ride for transit ridership data: Learning from the GTFS Example

To develop shared languages for interoperable transit data, the question we face is not just how to invent data formats, but how to create standards and the systems around them. People ask “How can we have success on the scale of GTFS without Google?” This is an important question that state departments of transportation (DOTs), in […]

iGov: How geeks are opening up government on the Web

Thanks for the alert from Joe Hughes on the transit developers email list. The Atlantic Monthly just published a good article about open government and transit data sharing, including a well-deserved shout- out to Tim Moore’s efforts at BART (along with TransitCampBayArea and the iBART guys). Joe iGov: How geeks are opening up government on […]