As the Department for Transport’s Digital Service, we are seeking to bring about real transformation both internally but also externally by digitally transforming public transport services for passengers.
Why restrict ourselves to better versions of today? Luke Radford describes how discovery could consider better outcomes for the future.
How can we use data to improve services and reduce costs? Matt Coleman reports on the latest Transport Data Initiative event.
Find out how the cloud has helped our rail analysts reduce query times from hours to seconds
Find out about DfT's new data team - what they do and how you could get involved
Earlier this month, we ran the first ever DfT Group Digital, Data & Technology (DDaT) Profession Conference. Not only that, but it was an ‘unconference’.
DfT’s Rail Knowledge Management Team recently approached the Lab for help with a problem: new DfT employees needed to understand the complexities of the rail system.
I've been working with DfT Lab on a four week project looking at innovative methods of getting traffic data.
The Department for Transport receives around 70,000 bits of correspondence a year of various types, usually requiring a response.
I’m Alan Rider, Delivery Manager for the Department for Transport End User Compute Discovery.