Let’s talk about the stops that are unwanted and how do we remove them?
What does a deleted stop mean?
Are Archived stops the ones that never existed or can never exist?
Can any stop be resurrected?
We want to really understand all the differences on the end of life of bus stops – and what do you wish you could do in your software with them?
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.
SIRI v2.0 has been around since 2013. A lot has changed in the world of public transport technology in the subsequent 8 years.
To ensure that the SIRI standard meets current and foreseeable future requirements and known problems with the schema are fixed an update to the standard has been being worked on by the CEN SIRI working group for the last couple of years.
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.