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Workshops & Events

Our calendar of events is included in each RTIG Newsletter, which is circulated monthly, You do not have to be a member to receive this: if you would like to be added to the list, please subscribe.

Forthcoming events (RTIG's own, or others with whom we have links) are listed in the events pages of this webpage. Please let us know if there is an event you think we should be involved in.

Following an event we make the slides, and for new events any recordings made, available for members who were unable to attend to be able to find out what was presented. If you are already a member please login and see the page Workshop Presentations in the members area. If you would like to be a member then you can find out more on the Become a Member page.
 

Some recent webinars are available to non-members, these are available from our  channel.

NaPTAN – Impact of Responsible / Agent Model

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We are starting to explore the services around NaPTAN. Following the well trodden path of the Bus Open Data Service and other gov services we are looking at using the ‘Responsible’ and ‘Agent’ model for permissions.

We want to understand your view of what a Responsible person should be, what information they would need and what questions DfT should expect them to be able to answer about NaPTAN.

We want to understand if there are an indirect users of NaPTAN who DfT should also be in contact with (such as Managers or policy decision makers within the Local Authorities).

How Traffic Lights Work

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The recent English bus strategy, Bus Back Better, puts significant focus on authorities to provide bus priority along congested roads and at signalised junctions.

RTIG has produced guidance on techniques and standards for bus priority at signalised junctions, with many more people becoming interested in bus priority it has become clear that there is a requirement for improved understanding of how traffic lights work and how they are managed.

On Bus Audio Visual Display Implementation Working Group

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There are an increasing number of successful on-bus audio visual deployments in the UK with more being installed all the time.

Once the long-awaited Accessible Information requirements for the Bus Service Act 2017 are published there will be a large number of operators with no or little experience of specifying, selecting, installing and maintaining on bus audio visual systems.

If you think you have experience that you would be willing to share with others, or think you have a good system then please get in touch.

Analyse Bus Open Data – Introduction to the DfT’s new tool for authorities

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Analyse Bus Open Data (ABOD) is a new extension service to the Bus Open Data Service (BODS), that provides free-to-access reporting and analytics to operators and authorities nationally.

The service is available now, providing a dashboard overview, feed monitoring, and on-time performance analyses. Further features will also be added later in the year to provide geography-based views of network performance, along with other insights.

Analyse Bus Open Data – Introduction to the DfT’s new tool for operators

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    Analyse Bus Open Data Service text over a dashboard of graphs
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Online

Analyse Bus Open Data (ABOD) is a new extension service to the Bus Open Data Service (BODS), that provides free-to-access reporting and analytics to operators and authorities nationally.

The service is available now, providing a dashboard overview, feed monitoring, and on-time performance analyses. Further features will also be added later in the year to provide geography-based views of network performance, along with other insights.

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