Quick recall In a series of articles from the 2017, I have written about XSTS, a standard that could fill in the missing parts of GTFS. While hundreds of cities have adopted the data format from a well known internet … Continue reading Standard geographic coordinates
Bathed in more than a thousand years of history, Chartres has been built around a hill. While many medieval cities had to shed a part of their appearance in favor of modern buildings, Chartres has retained its wooden houses. There … Continue reading Public transport in Chartres
Every month I discover new working groups and communities whose sole focus is the the development of urban areas. While the existence of so many overlaping groups is questionable, some of them have a certain potential. What I mean is … Continue reading Continental workgroups
Save the date: 6-8 March 2018 The 2018 agenda is hot. The IT-Trans 2018 Conference is just a couple of weeks away. The event is hosted by Karlsruhe, the birthplace of Mercedes founder Carl Benz. Two of the topics have … Continue reading Intelligent Urban Transport Systems 2018
In a recent article I have written about how a river can flood the city it runs thrugh and the danger it represents for tunnels. However, it is my belief that every part of a city with an elevation very … Continue reading Flood and public transportation
Note: As now I am using a PC, the quality of the pictures has worsen. A bleak introduction Every once in a while, nature reminds mankind who is the boss. The modern technology is nothing next to the power of … Continue reading Flood
It is the night of the nights. The moment when everyone makes gifts, promises and plans. The special occasion to reboot your life, to celebrate with others on the streets of your town. As such, it implies the ability to … Continue reading Happy New Year, 2018 !