The Transport for NSW Open Data Hub publishes a wide range of transport open data for public use in the form of static data and APIs.
The Multilingual Innovation Challenge was launched on 8 March 2021, with the goal of improving the public transport experience for customers not fluent in English. Our two finalists have progressed through the incubation phase and launched their solutions, which are now officially endorsed by Transport for NSW. We spoke with their founders about the new features available in their apps, the innovation challenge process, and what’s next.
The Road Trip Innovation Challenge was launched in September 2021, in which Transport for NSW (TfNSW) asked innovators to come up with digital solutions that help people navigate our Tourist Drives and get the most out of tourist road trips in NSW after two years of restricted travel.
Our latest open data release, available from 1 August 2022, features 14 new datasets that provide road-related statistical information from Transport for NSW’s Driver and Vehicle System (DRIVES).
Released in September 2021, our NSW State Roads Vertical Clearance data provides the minimum vertical clearance of bridges over State Roads in NSW. This blog post discusses why this data has been released and how it may be used to benefit our customers.
In this post, we take a detailed look at the three solutions to come out of the Make Data Great Innovation Challenge.
Interested in the history of public transport in NSW? Take a dive into the archives with these 6 websites packed full of historical resources - from photos and videos to geospatial data and engineering drawings - going back decades. We've also included information on some offline ways to get up close and personal with transport history.
Patronage data is information about the number of times a particular (public transport) service has been used, and is among our most popular data on the Open Data Hub. With more than 10 different patronage datasets available, it can be hard to know which is the best for your purposes. In this blog post, we’ll break down what’s available in each of these datasets to help you better understand their differences and possible uses.
Looking for more open data? We’ve put together a big list of places you can find transport open data from government agencies, as well as government open data in general. It’s split out by jurisdiction with short descriptions of each site as well as licensing information where available.
Three companies progressed through the Parking Innovation Challenge, run by Transport for NSW in 2020. In this three-part blog series, we sat down with the people at the helm of these organisations to discuss the parking ecosystem, the innovation challenge process, and the exciting progress being made by each company.