Ito Transit Data

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

Real-Time Data

4.3 million vehicle trips per day
are covered by Ito World data

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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

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.

– Global, real-time bike sharing

– Fares

– Planned disruptions

– Accessibility

0% of people in Copenhagen cycle to work

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

Methodology

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

Gather

Multiple agencies,
multiple modes

Enhance

Data improvements,
augmentation & predictions

Deliver

Aggregated
single city feed

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News & views

  • article 5 January

    The future of transport? Shared services built on data

    Mobility as a Service has the power to change the way we travel. Ito World CEO Johan Herrlin shares what’s driving the movement forward, from smartphones to autonomous vehicles, and the critical role that data – especially open data – can play

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  • article 1 May

    Traditional thinking won’t work

    A recent report found that a reluctance to share knowledge and data could cost the transport industry £14bn by 2015. We spoke to Johan Herrlin, CEO at ito World, a global data aggragator for transit and other Mobility as a Service...

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