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UITP Asia-Pacific Centre for Transport Excellence conducted a research project on: Sharing of Data in Public Transport – Governance and Sustainability (January 2019 – November 2020).
The aim of this project was to work with the global network of UITP to encourage public transport organisations to work with their peers across all stakeholders (authorities, operators and industry providers) to discuss and share data in relations to mobility by reviewing the current data sharing framework of various cities/countries and explore the sustainable business models in data sharing.
This project focused on customer data (non-confidential) and mobility data. Data related to assets and infrastructure management and any non-passenger related were out of scope.
The project involved more than 100 organisations from the public transport and digital sectors through:
This study demonstrated data sharing in public transport sector involves:
The Report includes an overview of the landscape, motivations and barriers in data sharing. It offers guidance towards a holistic data strategy including data governance, data sharing culture, the review of data sharing business models through the lens of sustainability. It also details some valuation methods that are relevant to value data sharing and provides an outlook on data sharing with insights on the latest and upcoming trends.
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