Open data, vital for tomorrow’s mobility?

Paris, 11 October 2018: by opening up their data to application developers and programmers, transport organisations can both improve the travel experience for customers and reap benefits for themselves, as services become more connected and cost-effective.

Examples of the potential range from the provision of accurate information for multimodal trips, journey planning and in the case of service disruptions to adjusting capacity to meet demand, emergency traffic management, and predicting the impacts of works on networks.

Yet despite the  appeal, the process is far from straightforward. To shed light on this complex topic, with an eye on France in particular, Trainline International held a round table in Paris to explore the issues.

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