Code for Tulsa creates and maintains civic apps for Tulsa.
Tulsa Fire Department Dispatch
“TFDD” helps the Tulsa Fire Department save critical time by publishing dispatch information on a mobile web app, and to email and text messages. It was created at the 2012 Startup Weekend Tulsa, utilizes data from the Oklahoma Boundary Service (see below) and is supported by developers from Code for Tulsa and Tulsa Web Devs, with hosting provided by Isocentric.
TFDD is open source on GitHub.
Tulsa Open Trip Planner
Tulsa OTP helps Tulsa Transit riders plan their transit trips with a web application. The code to convert Tulsa Transit data into GTFS was created in 2011 by Tulsa Web Devs collaborating with Tulsa Transit. OpenTripPlanner is developed by OpenPlans.
GTFS conversion is open source on GitHub.
OpenTripPlanner is open source on GitHub.
Oklahoma Boundary Service
OK Boundary Service provides geotagged data via an API service created at the Tulsa Web Devs 2012 Spring Hackathon. Developers can use the boundary service to create their own civic applications, e.g., TFDD.co (see above) and OttoZen use the boundary service. Hosting is provided by Isocentric.
Tulsa’s fork of Chicago Newsapp’s Boundary Service is open source on GitHub.
Tulsa Road Information Feed
TRIF is a website created at the Tulsa Web Devs 2011 Hackathon that aggregates traffic information from the City of Tulsa and Oklahoma Department of Transportation. It was Tulsa Web Devs’ first civic app.
TRIF is open source on GitHub.
Find more projects by Code for Tulsa and Tulsa Web Devs at the Tulsa Web Devs GitHub page.
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