Tbilicity

Tbilisi Bus Stops/Routes

The Tbilisi Transport Company provided xml files of Tbilisi's bus routes. We are now sharing the JSON version. Still left to do: verify what the last bus routes are (routes > 150); convert the projection to a more common web projection to make it easier to use.

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Tbilisi Bus Stops/Routes

The Tbilisi Transport Company provided xml files of Tbilisi's bus routes. We are now sharing the JSON version. Still left to do: verify what the last bus routes are (routes > 150); convert the projection to a more common web projection to make it easier to use.

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Tbilisi Bus Stops/Routes

Here is an update of Tbilisi bus routes and stops, including latitudes and longitudes of bus stops, names of routes and stops, direction of the routes, and the sequence of the stops for each direction. This data, as did the previous data, came from the Tbilisi Transport Company.

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14 November 2011

Author: eric

President Mikheil Saakashvili Pledges to Open Up Government

On 20 September 2011 Mikheil Saakashvili joined 46 other countries in supporting the principles and values put forth in the Open Government Partnership (OGP). This followed on the heels of an open letter by Minister of Foreign Affairs Gregory Vashadze on 30 August 2011 describing Georgia’s intent to join the OGP.

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23 October 2011

Author: eric

Information Works for Us

If you look at Google Maps today, you will find significantly more information than you would have found a year ago. Villages are popping up where there were none. Soon you will start to see streets, points of interest and more. This is largely a concerted effort by us, your local JumpStart Georgia (formerly Open Maps Caucasus) and the National Public Registry of Georgia.

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21 July 2011

Author: eric

The Value of Knowing Where the Bus Stops Are

We want to give a big thanks today to the Tbilisi Transport Company (TTC) for sharing geo data with us and supporting our project TbiliCity. They have made large contribution of current bus routing and bus stop data, saving us, and potentially other organizations, the pain of reinventing this wheel - a wheel originally paid for with public tax payer money. This is what we are having to do with marshrutkas. Hey, if not us, who would do this?

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