First funded by Bloomberg Philanthropies and developed in collaboration with NACTO and the Open Transport Partnership, SharedStreets is neutral, anonymized clearinghouse for data collected by transportation providers, private companies and government agencies, as well as a hub for industry-leading data analysis, traffic planning, street design and development of new technologies. Already operating in over 30 cities around the world, the platform overcomes long-standing legal, regulatory and technological barriers between the public and private sectors by converting today’s ad hoc, disparate transportation data sources into a mutually readable, shared, global standard for the first time. It introduces a universal language for digitally describing every aspect of city streets, opening new markets to private sector innovators and eliminating the need to manually clean, collate and transfer data sources, saving crucial public funds.
Empowering cities to measure the impacts and outcomes of micromobility by creating tools for turning large datasets into key metrics. The mobility metrics software aggregates data to generate insights about mobility while protecting individual privacy. It standardizes the conversion of data from points (like where a trip starts and where a trip ends) into trip information and then aggregates trips over time. The tool produces overall daily metrics as well as more detailed metrics for particular areas and time periods.
Taxi and TNC Activity Empower cities to better manage curb space with high resolution anonymized and aggregated data on for-hire vehicle pick-up and drop-off, while protecting user privacy. Cities have access to curb pick-up and drop-off data from Uber and Lyft to allow them to make policy and infrastructure decisions based on the use of their streets.
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- Pilots: Mobility metrics
CurbLR is a data standard for describing urban curb regulations. It exists to help government effectively manage and regulate the curb and to support public and private users of city streets.
Organizations using or interested in using the resource: Laboratoire d'innovation urbaine de Montréal (LIUM), Jalon Mtl, Coop Carbone, Le centre d’excellence des communs technologiques pour la mobilité, Inrix, Collectivité Territoire
Tags: livraison, taxi, pieton, metrique, metric, trottoir, micromobility, micromobilité, trafic modeling, modelisation trafic, dataviz
Categories: Logiciel, Données, Matériel
Theme: Open Street Map OSM, Vélo et Mobilités Actives, Accessibilité dans les transports, Données ouvertes, Navettes autonomes, Traces de mobilité et des données associées, Urbanisme et ville, Logiciel Libre, Centre Excellence Québec
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Other related common: Movement Uber
Community of interest: Communauté Open Street Map OSM, Communauté autour de l'accessibilité dans les transports, Communauté autour des traces de mobilité et des données associées, Défi des villes intelligentes de Montréal, Communauté des Territoires et Collectivités
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Level of development: Disponible mais non validé
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Documentation of the experimentations: How it works : Universal data standards
- SharedStreets data standards are a global, non-proprietary system for describing streets, designed to support the complexity and interconnectedness of our modern transportation system. SharedStreets standards support the exchange of a variety of street-linked data, public or private.
Learn more about SharedStreets Data Standards => Data processing and analysis tools State-of-the-art data processing, visualization and analysis tools build on SharedStreets data standards and provide public and private sector innovators with new ways of working with complex data sets, and new insights into managing streets and urban mobility. Infrastructure for data sharing
Secure, resuable tools for data exchange replace costly one-off relationships with SharedStreets' universal distribution channel for aggregated, anonymized data. Combined with standardized licenses, the SharedStreets platform helps transport authorities look beyond "open data," and develop ways for working with privacy sensitive information and experiment with new forms of public-private collaboration.
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