FY 2013 Open Data Demonstration Experiments : Public Transportation Demonstration.
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FY 2013 Open Data Demonstration Experiments: Public Transportation Demonstration
○ The demonstration conducted in FY 2012 has been expanded to more public transportation systems. Operation of broad-ranging public transportation, public transportation facilities including stations and stops, and other information are provided in real-time. Moreover, in case of an emergency such as congestion, accidents, or disaster, the system provides functions such as supporting selection of an appropriate route or providing evacuation guidance in a public transportation facility to mobility-handicapped people having difficulties using public transportation, as well as other public transportation users in the region.
○ In addition, upon providing operation information of broad-ranging public transportation, as well as static and real-time information regarding the facility, environment, etc. of stations and airports, the information provision procedure, rights, and the border of responsibilities will be organized.
Implementing body: Yokosuka Telecom Research Park, Inc.
Corresponding bodies: Study Group of Open Data for Public Transportation
(Members: Odakyu Electric Railway Co., Ltd., Keio Corporation, Keisei Electric Railway Co., Ltd., Keikyu Corporation, Metropolitan Intercity Railway Company, TOKYU CORPORATION, Tokyo Metro Co., Ltd. , Bureau of Transportation of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, TOBU RAILWAY CO., LTD., Tokyo Waterfront Area Rapid Transit Inc., East Japan Railway Company, TOKYO WATERFRONT NEW TRANSIT YURIKAMOME, Japan Airport Terminal Co., Ltd, Institute of Infrastructure Application of Ubiquitous Computing, Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies, The University of Tokyo, Yokosuka Telecom Research Park, Inc.)
Public transportation operation
Public transportation facility
Applications from contests
Common API for information circulation and sharing platform
Data handled by this demonstration
9 companies and 45 lines or more
Tokyo and Shinjuku stations
Toei Bus (in Tokyo)