City Expands its Open Data Website

Today the City of Toronto released new information on toronto.ca/open

The City launched the Open Data website last year to allow everyone easier access to City of Toronto data. The data can be downloaded and used freely by community members in various ways, including for research and the development of new applications, such as the application created for Doors Open (released

May 2010) and another that maps Toronto's licensed child care centres.

 

Here is a sample of the information  all Torontonians now have access to:

- Transportation-related data such as bikeways, road restrictions, traffic signals, one-way streets and turn restrictions

- 2003 and 2006 past election results

- Utility cut permits

- “DineSafe” food premises inspection results

- Municipal address points - Toronto One Address Repository

- Apartment standards

- Business Improvement Areas (BIAs)

- Licensed child care centres

- Food banks

- Web map services

- Parks priority investment neighbourhoods

- Places of worship

- Rent banks

- Solid waste management districts

- Transit City

- TTC routes and schedules

- City wards

 More information about the City of Toronto’s Open Data website is available at http://www.toronto.ca/open.

 

 

 

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