GTFS in the World

Workshop on Open Transit Data

RSVPs Closed

The day we've been waiting for.

GTFS in the World, a follow-up to the GTFS for the Rest of Us event in November 2013, kicks off on January 15th during the Transportation Research Board annual meeting week, and you're invited to take part. Urban and transportation planners, transit agency staff, technologists, political scientists, and policy makers are all welcome to attend, this is a free event.

Program includes:
- Ignite Talks: The Rise of Open Transit Data - how did we get here, where will we go? with Neil Taylor and Christopher Titze
- GTFS in the World - how open transit data works in world cities, and what the U.S. can learn, moderated by Chris Zegras with Holly Krambeck, Sarah Williams, Jackie Klopp and Emily Eros.
- Building an Open Transit Community - what do practitioners and policymakers need to continue the work? What should a resource center provide? moderated by Shin-pei Tsay with Janae Futrell, Kevin Webb, and Kevin Chambers
- Open Table Roundtable - Technologists roll up their sleeves for some open-source collaboration, facilitated by Neil Taylor and Aaron Antrim

Leave your ideas for the afternoon's discussion here.

To facilitate entry into the building, please RSVP, arrive a little early, and bring ID.

At the event's end, we will continue conversations at an establishment close by TBA.

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