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  • 1. GMPTE and Data Sharing
  • 2. Agenda
    • Context
    • Definitions
    • Philosophy
    • Why ODM
    • Where Next
    • Barriers
    • Issues
  • 3. Context
    • 14,000+ Bus Stops
    • 15 Bus Stations
    • 50+ trams stops – soon to be 100+
    • 200+ Train Stations
    • 2,000+ Bus Routes
    • 300,000,000 passenger journeys
    • Updated NW Journey Planner – September 2010
    • 40+ Bus Operators
    • Fixed Routes/Subsidised Services/Demand Responsive
  • 4. Definitions
    • Open Data
      • Data and metadata are free and available for use without restriction, data is re-usable without further permission required
    • Open Source
      • A method for collaborative development of software through peer input, review and transparency. Methods, algorithms and source code made available by participants to all.
    • In the Context of Greater Manchester Mobility
      • Provide a Web location for broad sharing of multi source/multi modal data and source code whilst adhering to open source and detailed governance rules to protect integrity, privacy and data quality
  • 5. Philosophy
    • How
      • Use of Open Source Licenses – Granting rights in support of a balance between collaboration and commercialisation
      • Acquisition – Identifying requirements and restrictions/limitations in contract language
    • Why
      • Cost savings
      • Better quality, higher reliability, increased flexibility
      • Open vs Propietary
  • 6. Why ODM
    • Strategic – GMPTE want to make our data available as widely as possible
    • Tactical – it was there and we were ready
    • Government - Open Data Agenda
    • User Segmentation
    • Innovation
    • Disposable Data
    • Toe in the water
    • Why not!
  • 7. Where Next
    • Informed Personal Traveller
    • Improved NW Journey Planner
    • Google, Microsoft…..
    • Other Data Shares
    • Data GM – Hosting
    • Transport for Greater Manchester – what other data can we provide
  • 8. Barriers
    • OS Derived Data – GMPTE Legal take a strongly negative view
    • Traveline Code of Conduct – has not proved to be a barrier so far
    • Data Quality/Data Integrity
    • Ageing Internal Systems – ATCO_CIF format is our current standard
  • 9. Issues
    • Support and Data feedback – what happens when sites provide incorrect information
    • Longevity of third parties
    • What other opportunities exist
    • National Data Set – where does it fit
    • Do we all “go it alone” or do we go as Traveline
    • Where is the value in “our” data
    • Charging - Payment methods/cost breakdown/distribution of monies
    • Data Access - Who has authority to allow access to “our” data
    • Policing third party use of data – Who/How/What
  • 10. Thank you
    • David Hytch – IT Director
      • [email_address]
      • 0161 244 1023
      • 07826 918 177
    • John Garner – Head of IS
      • [email_address]
      • 0161 244 1219
      • 07917 896817