Welcome to the new Dublinked site! We’ve been busy over the last few months building our new open source CKAN portal, setting up our new project team and putting the policy in place to take Dublinked to the next level.
Last summer we carried out a survey of Dublinked users to figure out what improvements you wanted to see and this has informed our rebuild of the site.
Pauline Riordan, Dublinked Manager
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Dublinked is part of a multi-disciplinary European project, which is building a next generation open data platform to enhance citizen engagement around open data. We’re working with leading researchers in Salerno, Italy and Insight, Galway to develop new transparency enhancing technology for you to test.
Based on your feedback, we will improve and integrate what works into our new Dublinked platform!
Continue reading “Want To Talk About Data?”
The arrival of real time public transport information has been a game changer for Dubliners. Now you can have that last pint or extra lie-in bed, with the help of a number of mobile apps that can help you make smarter travel decisions by pushing out the latest information and alerts on transport schedules and traffic delays. Overhead displays at bus stops also tell the traveller exactly when their next bus is due. Continue reading “Real time passenger information (RTPI)”
Take part in transforming the way Dublin solves its biggest challenges including mobility, flooding, environment, energy, as well as better data and communication.Prizes will include access to seed funds, city expertise and tested infrastructure to trial successful proposals.
Our first challenge is to find new ways to encourage more people to cycle in Dublin, to address safety, security and other barriers to getting people cycling.
There are a number of sources of data that may inform your cycle solutions. You can search for cycle data on Dublinked, also visit www.nationaltransport.ie and www.dublincitycycling.ie for more information.The Transport for Ireland Cycle Journey Planner is a great source of route information, incorporating ease of use and dublinbikes station locations into recommended cycle routes.
- Cycle flows:
- Safety and security:
Presentations from the SBIR Challenge Information Evening
Maria Gavin – Enterprise Ireland
Jamie Cudden – Smart Dublin Manager
Sarah Scannell – Cycling and Walking Promotions Officer
David Timoney – Dublin Cycling Campaign
Pauline Riordan – Dublinked Manager
Continue reading “Build Smart Solutions For Dublin”