(The project lead of the OST platform here.) I like to think about the OST as a CKAN counterpart regarding open transportation, because both projects have very similar goals just very different contexts.
In short, the One.Stop.Transport platform (OST) is a platform for open data aggregation, transformation and delivery, following modern Open Data principles, standards and directives. It is available online and comprises a development environment for app development alongside simple-to-use RESTful API's for nurturing an open ecosystem on top of open data.
The OST uses open standards for both data and protocols (such as GTFS, GTFS-realtime, DATEX II, OAuth 2.0, W3C Point of interest, W3C widget specification), and provides an open source multi-modal journey planning service (API) which partially covers most of Portugal.
Here is a short presentation in english with some of the highlights (https://speakerdeck.com/brecke/one-dot-stop-dot-transport-presentation), but feel free to ask me anything.
- Area covered:
- Coimbra, Portugal
- Instituto Pedro Nunes & Ubiwhere
- PT /
- Portal software:
- API Type:
- API Endpoint:
- Metadata download: