That doesn't even come close to an open data license. You might ask for explicit permission to reuse their data in OpenStreetMap.org, but it's very unlikely they will grant that.
So the best you can do, is visit all the stops and map them with a group of people. Then start looking in the lines. That's a lot of work, which is never really done. Polyglot 2018-02-20 2:51 GMT+01:00 Nedyaj Ekalsrac <bart...@gmail.com>: > G'day. I noticed that public transport data for Perth, Western Australia > leaves a lot to be desired. The local agency running Public Transport > services, TransPerth, provides their spacial data in multiple formats per > http://www.transperth.wa.gov.au/About/Spatial-Data-Access - this includes > routes, timetables and stop locations for every service on the network. > > However, I am not even going to try and wrap my head around importing that > to the openstreetmap system. Could someone take a look at the information > both in the database and about the licencing to see if it can even be > imported? > > _______________________________________________ > Imports mailing list > Imports@openstreetmap.org > https://lists.openstreetmap.org/listinfo/imports > >
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