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  • Updated 4 days ago

    London Underground Performance Reports

    Transport for London (TfL)
    Transport For Londons's key London Underground performance measures (since May-11). The key measures of underground performance contained in the Excel spreadsheet are: Total operated kilometres, Total number of lost customer hours (LCH) (all causes), Average excess journey time, and Percentage of scheduled operated. More indicators are available from the TFL monthly performance data Almanac. Also available from TFL are a list of tube...
  • Updated 2 years ago

    TfL Rolling Origin and Destination Survey

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    The Rolling O&D survey (RODS) is a rolling programme to capture information about journeys on the LUL network. Warning: It is important to note that these data are reconciled to November counts and represent the number of people travelling on a typical (or average) weekday. Therefore, year-on-year RODS fluctuations do not necessarily reflect whole-year annual demand changes. Furthermore, these data are adjusted to remove the effect of ...
  • Updated 4 years ago

    TfL Bus Stop Locations and Routes

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    TfL's operates one of the largest bus networks in the world consisting of over 19,000 bus stops and approximately 700 routes served by some 8000 buses daily. This datafile defines the network in terms of routes and stops and stop-sequences allowing third parties to accurately locate bus stops and to plot bus routes and services. Find out more about the feeds available from Transport for London. The live data is only available followin...
  • Updated 4 years ago

    Cycle Hire availability

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    The TFL feed contains the name, location, co-ordinates and maximum number of docking points for all operational Santander Cycle Hire docking stations. It also contains the number of available bikes (excluding locked or faulty bikes), and number of available docking points.
  • Updated 5 years ago

    TFL Complaints Reports

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    Publication of first Complaints Report demonstrates increasing transparency, a key Mayoral commitment. The report sets out main areas of customer complaints and steps being taken to address them. The first TfL Complaints Report for 2011/12 was published as part of the Commissioner's report to the TfL board held on 20 September. Complaints rates are stated per 100,000 journeys. Data is broken down by Santander Cycle Hi...
  • Updated 5 years ago

    TfL Timetable Listings

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    Multimodal working timetable data from the TfL Journey Planner, including Tube, Bus and DLR. Please note that this data is updated weekly (every Thursday morning) by Transport for London. You should check the TfL Developer portal for details of the latest data updates.
  • Updated 5 years ago

    Tube Departure Boards, Line Status and Station status

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    Train prediction and London Underground station and line status. This data feed provide four services: Train prediction information for an entire line or for a nominated station on a line for a given time range. Detailed train prediction information for a nominated station for a given time range The status of all stations on the network indicating station closures, faulty lifts etc. This service will return the stat...
  • Updated 5 years ago

    TfL Live Bus Arrivals API

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    TfL Live bus arrivals (released in October 2011), is the largest real-time bus arrival information system in the world. It allows customers to view live arrival information for the 19,000 bus stops in London via web, mobile web and SMS. This API gives registered developers access to a scalable feed of the same real-time data used by the online Live bus arrival service. Note: Using unsupported channels to source the data severely affec...
  • Updated 5 years ago

    Oyster card journey information

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    This dataset provides a 5% sample of all Oyster card journeys performed in a week during November 2009 on bus, Tube, DLR, TfL Rail and London Overground. An Oyster card user must touch in at the start, and touch out at the end, of a journey by Tube or rail, in order to validate the journey. On buses and trams, users are required to touch in to validate their journey. Some ideas Create a visualisation of travel flows between all ori...