Put Your City on the Map!

OpenTransportNet is an exciting new project designed to revolutionise the way transport related services are created across Europe.  By bringing together open geo-spatial data within City Data Hubs and enabling it to be viewed in new easy to understand ways, OpenTransportNet will enable:

  • Anyone to have fun with data, by viewing data mash-up's in maps and graphs and be able to use and embed these maps in their own websites
  • Public Sector users to gain insights from linking and visualising different data sets and be able to make better public service decisions based on the findings
  • Businesses and entrepreneurs to use the data to enhance existing services and build new transport-related services
  • The wider open community to benefit from the project outputs and findings to advance geospatial data standards such as INSPIRE

OpenTransportNet is currently in a development phase.  The Consortium supports an open innovation culture and as such would love to hear from anyone interested in supporting our aims in any way.

 

Check Out New Ile-de-France Map & Create Your Own

You can judge how smart and lively one city is by just looking at its transportation. This map shows the lines of the rail network, buses and lines under construction (Grand Paris Express - green line) in Issy and Ile-de-France. You can see all connections available in the area from train/subway lines to the bus and underground lines. Train, metro and bus stops are also displayed. Check how is your city doing in terms of transportation by creating your own map!

 

OTN Liberec Environmental Maps: Explore, Use & Create Your Own

Flooding is an international phenomenon whose consequences are more often than not detrimental to human wellbeing, infrastructure and socio-economic development of the affected area. Floods in Europe are a frequent occurrence; they affect many countries and the Czech Republic is no exception. In 2010, the Liberec region in the north of the country suffered from devastating flash floods that caused damage worth billions of crowns and claimed several human lives.

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