Have the Open Data include 3D models of bus stations, stops, benches, rail cars, and the fleet of busses.
VTA Open Data
I Would Like To See Route 45 To Come Back On SatuerDay's And SunDay's
If these signs are always on, it can help drivers know when a light is about to change. It's already done downtown, but let's do it on other thoroughfares as well. It can also build trust if traffic lights are synchronized. (If you drive the speed limit then you clear every intersection with the same number of seconds remaining, etc.) That will reduce speeding.
Open data: Geo coordinates of all VTA stations (data needed for projects like this: http://dangrover.github.io/sf-transit-inequality & https://github.com/openchattanooga/sf-transit-inequality)
Open data request: All ridership data for past 12 months (or more) for visualizations. Ideally could get start/stop stations, day of the week, etc. See Bay Area Bike Share open data challenge here: http://www.bayareabikeshare.com/datachallenge
Release real-time location data for buses and trains in an open data format. I realize that VTA riders can already access real-time information via the VTA website, 511 and Transloc mobile app, but it would be even better if the data were made open, so that other developers could use the data to create apps. E.g. BART has released arrival information and service advisories in the GTFS-realtime format: http://www.bart.gov/schedules/developers/gtfs-realtime ...more »