OpenTripPlanner: Recent Developments in Multimodal Routing with OSM

A session at State of the Map US 2013

Sunday 9th June, 2013

9:15am to 9:45am (PST)

OpenTripPlanner (OTP) is a leading open source platform for multimodal trip itinerary planning and transportation system analysis, established in 2009 and now deployed in 14 countries. OpenTripPlanner has long had a close association with the OpenStreetMap project, with the majority of OTP deployments relying on OSM data for street network routing, and the deployment of OTP helping to drive local OSM improvement efforts in many communities where it has been introduced.

This presentation will serve as a follow-up to the introductory OpenTripPlanner talk at the 2012 State of the Map US, focusing on recent and ongoing developments with the project. These include the development of new user interfaces, initial work on support for driving navigation, and the ongoing development of the OTP Analyst extension, a package that uses OTPs routing capabilities to enable advanced transportation policy analysis.

The session will be presented by David Emory, a principal with Conveyal and one of the founding developers of OTP. Conveyal is a new consultancy born out of the OpenPlans transportation technology group and focused on providing support for OpenTripPlanner and related open transportation projects.

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David Emory

Transit planner / advocate / hacker bio from Twitter

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Time 9:15am9:45am PST

Date Sun 9th June 2013

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