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Winter Updates from Belgium

**Belgium has been quiet for a while, but that doesn’t mean less busy. In fact, we’ve been so busy that from time to time we forgot to communicate! We hope to solve this with this winter update.** ##Open Transport We love transport data. Our Open Transport Working Group, [iRail](http://www.irail.be/route/), has just netted a front-end engineering […]

Urban Data Challenge

**Calling all Transport Hackers!** The [Urban Data Challenge](http://urbandatachallenge.org/) has launched, a semi-competitive open transport data hacking spree featuring datasets from San Francisco, Geneva, and Zurich. The idea is to merge and compare the mobility datasets, and see what new insights can be drawn. From their website: Buses, trams, bicycles, pedestrians, and cars zoom about modern […]

Open Transport Data Manifesto

**Loving this infographic, which explains and launches the Open Transport Data Manifesto:** The Manifesto is the product of an ePSI workshop which took place in Helsinki in September in the run-up to OKFest, ‘Transport Data – fueling mobility of the future and smart cities’. 33 participants from 15 countries came together, to discuss the current […]

SNCF launches a debate on open transport data in France

**The following guest post is by Pieter Colpaert from [iRail npo](http://npo.irail.be/about.html) and [Pierre Chrzanowski](http://twitter.com/piezanowski), and was reviewed by [Regards Citoyens](http://www.regardscitoyens.org/). Pieter and Pierre are both members of our brand new [Working Group on Open Transport](http://wiki.okfn.org/Working_Groups/Transport) – watch this space for a full announcement of the working group’s activities and details on how to get involved!”** […]