Open Scenario Data
The following is a list of known scenario data sets that are open and free to use with MATSim. Not all data sets contain all required files to run a MATSim model. Some may only provide a network for example.
Please give credit when using these scenarios.
VSP, TU Berlin
Most of our scenarios are now under https://github.com/matsim-scenarios. Some older open source scenarios are still in our svn directory as follows. The directories are hierarchically organized and should be self-explanatory. We try to provide readme files, but this does not always work: https://svn.vsp.tu-berlin.de/repos/public-svn/matsim/scenarios/
Prof. Johan Joubert from the University of Pretoria has open sourced some of the scenarios he built, each consisting of a network and a population: https://matsim.atlassian.net/wiki/display/MATPUB/South+Africa
An open and reproducible simulation scenario for Île-de-France is available here.
MATSim Test Examples
Some smaller scenarios are directly contained in the MATSim source repository, often used for feature demonstration or tests: https://github.com/matsim-org/matsim/tree/master/examples
Other links to open data
(just a list of links we’ve come across)
A registry of public transit data: http://transit.land .
- See http://data.deutschebahn.com/blog/2016/02/25/fahrplan for a German introduction and http://data.deutschebahn.com/apis/fahrplan for the API description; you’ll need an API key that can be had by sending a simple E-Mail to DB’s Open Data Team.
- Einen Monat spaeter hat jemand aus den API-Daten einen GTFS-Fahrplan extrahiert: https://github.com/fredlockheed/db-fv-gtfs
(this is not necessarily “data”, but links to data and links to visualizations often come together and/or cannot be cleanly separated)
Charging stations in Europe: https://ccs-map.eu .
TRAVIC Transit Visualization Client http://travic.cs.uni-freiburg.de/ or https://tracker.geops.ch or https://github.com/geops .