Why Transit Agencies Should Open Their Data

Streetfilms offers this video about how opening up transit agency data can greatly improve urban public transit systems for riders at little or no cost to the agencies.

Agencies across the country have begun opening their data to the public, and web developers have taken this data and turned it into a variety of usable tools that help transit users find information about the systems and their schedules. This video makes the case that all transit agencies should open their data in this way.

Full Story: A Case for Open Data in Transit

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