Ito Transit Data

Transit data as close to the real-life
customer experience as possible.

Real-Time Data

Our transit data covers 64
million riders around the world


Schedule data

Ito World combines sophisticated algorithms and machine learning with our team of transit professionals to deliver transit data as close to the real-life customer experience as possible, globally. Our schedule data includes:

– Physical infrastructure

– Service branding

– Routes

– Schedules

0 journeys in the UK have been improved via better schedule data.

Real-time data

We have developed the technology to transform real-time data in any format into consistent, reliable feeds using self-learning journey prognosis algorithms to deliver accurate real-time journey predictions.

– Service status

– Disruption alerts

– Cancellations

– Trip prognosis

Global bike share data

Ito World curates and integrates the disparate data of Bike Share schemes around the world, providing a single normalised, high-quality real-time data feed.

– Quality assured, curated and normalised

– Licensed and provenance assured

– Easy to integrate into apps

– Get the most schemes in the shortest time

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0% of people in Copenhagen cycle to work

Data extensions

Schedule and real-time data are the foundation for journey planning and MaaS apps. Ito World’s data extensions deliver additional detail and richness to your apps.

– Fares

– Planned disruptions

– Accessibility

– Smart service alerts

Mobility as a service

Our data ensures seamless journeys across both privately run and publicly run transportation options.

0%of ride-hailing journeys start or end at a bus stop or train station


We gather, enhance, and deliver schedule and real-time data in a single aggregated feed for an entire city.


Multiple agencies,
multiple modes


Data improvements,
augmentation & predictions


single city feed

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News & views

  • article 23 November

    Three Benefits Of Mobilising Bikeshare Data And Journey Planners

    It is now ten years since the launch of the world's first large scale bike-sharing scheme, Velib in Paris. Since then, a thousand other schemes have been launched - bikeshare systems are now prevalent across the globe - popping up all the way from Manchester to Melbourne.

  • article 15 January

    Six developments we can expect in the transport sector in 2018

    This article was published on on Dec 12th 2017. Johan Herrlin, CEO of Ito World, predicts how 2018 will further innovate public transportation…


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