The statutory instrument for the Bus Open Data programme was recently formally made on 16th July and is now law.
Following the formal making we have updated it to reflect the latest understanding of requirements.
It covers a load of dates and data formats so we've produced a quick summary for you.
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The DATA4PT EU project aims to advance data-sharing practices in the public transport sector by supporting the development of data exchange standards and models, to fulfil the needs of multimodal travel information service providers. More info on the official WEB site.
As bus services restart following the COVID minimal service offering providing information to the customer on the changes is important.
Managing rapidly changing service offers poses particular problems for transport information providers such as local authorities and system suppliers.
This webinar will explore the data needed and constraints that exist to ensure a better cross industry understanding with the aim of improving cross working to ensure that the customer receives the information they need to be able to know when public transport is operating.
DfT recently published the draft statutory instrument for the Bus Open Data programme. it covers a load of dates and data formats so we've produced a quick summary for you: (this has been updated to include small operator hosting levels)