Several years ago, this meetup led the effort to open up the MTA's transit data. Just a few years later, it is as if we are in a different city. Not only has the MTA embraced developers and open data, but they are actively producing real time APIs to get New Yorkers moving on subways and buses.
This reboot of the Open Transportation Meetup will build off of our initial efforts and explore the 21st centurys transportation opportunities.
We will have two presentations:
Mike Frumin, MTA, discussing the MTAs Bus Time API. This is a real-time API to track all MTA Buses in NYC.
Neil Freeman, NYC DOT, talking about current and upcoming data sets. Feel free to ask them how to use their data, and make your requests for future data sets.
Afterward, we will have an open mic for a few brief demos. You can use this time to connect with other developers and collaborate on some great projects - we are eager to see what you create! If you want to present, please contact sarahkaufman /at/ nyu /dot/ edu.
- Sarah, Cate, and Noel
ThoughtWorks - A software company and community of passionate individuals whose purpose is to revolutionize software design, creation and delivery, while advocating for positive social change. Our clients are people and organizations with ambitious missions; we deliver disruptive thinking and technology to empower them to succeed. In our 20th year, over 2300 ThoughtWorks employees - ThoughtWorkers - are currently serving clients from offices in Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Germany, India, Singapore, South Africa, Uganda, the U.K., and the U.S.
- Open NY Forum, NYC's Code For America Brigade
- NYU Rudin Center for Transportation Policy & Management
- NYPIRG's Straphangers Campaign
If you'd like to host the next Meetup, thanks! Please email the co-organizers at sarahkaufman /at/ nyu /dot/ edu.