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The National Transport Data Framework

By Peter Vincent Landshoff and John Polak

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Report by Professor Peter Landshoff (Cambridge University) and Professor John Polak (Imperial College London) on a project for the Department for Transport. emails: pvl@damtp.cam.ac.uk j.polak@imperial.ac.ukThe NTDF is designed to be a resource for data owners to deposit descriptions into a central catalogue, so that people can search for data and find data and understand their characteristics. The value of this is to individuals, to commercial organizations, and to public bodies. For example, services that provide better information to travellers will help to make their journey less stressful and persuade them to make more use of public transport. Transport operators need very diverse information to help them plan developments to their services: demographic, geographical, economic etc. And policy makers need a similar range of information to help them decide how to divide their budget and afterwards to evaluate how valuable it has been.This work was supported by the Department for Transport (DfT)

Topics: data, data access, data ownership, data usage, repository, Department for Transport
Year: 2008
OAI identifier: oai:www.repository.cam.ac.uk:1810/198269
Provided by: Apollo

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