By: Lesley Brown
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Open data, vital for tomorrow’s mobility? – 11 October
Open data is vital for developing transport that is more efficient, better connected between the modes, and easier to use for riders. How, indeed, can plans be laid for a smart city without an intelligent transport system?
Yet open data must give every actor – from transport companies to supppliers – the opportunity to fully develop. To shed light on this topic, each participant in this round table will provide answers/insight on the following questions, in particular:
- Open data, what rules of the game for transport?
- Which data would streamline rail traffic flow?
- What can users/riders expect from open data?
- What are the benefits for transport companies and communities?
- What mobility for tomorrow thanks to open data?
Audrey Détrie, director, France & Benelux – Trainline International
Carl Anderson, managing director – Trainline International
Jean-Marc Zulesi, député, Bouches-du-Rhône; president, innovation working group, Assises de la Mobilité
Ishan Bhojwani, head of open transport data, transport.data.gouv.fr
Cover photo: Flickr/cc – FelixM/FREMOdern 2017