Delhi government launches platform to provide real time data of buses in the capital

To increase transparency and build transport solutions, the transport department of the Delhi government on Friday launched the Open Transit Data platform which provides real-time datasets free of cost.

Through this, the government aims to provide real-time data which can be used by third party app developers and researchers. This includes geo-coordinates of all bus stops, route maps, timetables as well as the real-time GPS feeds of bus locations which will be updated every 10 seconds.

Through this, the government aims to provide real-time data which can be used by third party app developers and researchers. This includes geo-coordinates of all bus stops, route maps, timetables as well as the real-time GPS feeds of bus locations which will be updated every 10 seconds.

The portal was designed and developed by IIIT Delhi on behalf of the Delhi government. The government believes that the application developer and researchers would be able to use the data for bringing out transport solutions.

It is a major step to promote collaboration and co-creation of innovative and inclusive transport solutions for the people of Delhi. This initiative will provide a lot of useful information at the fingertips of citizens and encourage more and more people to switch to public transport, thereby impacting pollution.

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