“fixyourstreet.ie” is a service of South Dublin County Council It consist of a publicly accessible web site with associated mobile technologies on which non emergency issues such as graffiti, road defects, issues with street lighting, water leaks/drainage issues, and litter or illegal dumping can be reported to the local authority
SPUD is a technology demonstrator for cataloguing, exploring, transforming and understanding urban information developed in the Smarted Cities Technology Centre of IBM Research. http://www.dublinked.ie/sandbox/SemanticWebChall/
Basically the NaPTAN data is just one big xml file conforming to a particular standard and is intended as an easy way for the exchange of transport data between systems. This xml file contains both stop areas and stop points (bus stops/taxi ranks/train stations,etc)
Journey times across Dublin City, from DCCs TRIPS system, in csv format. Journey times are supplied on a number of routes across the city (trips.csv). Each route consists of a number of links, each link is a pair of georeferenced Traffic Control Sites (sites.csv). trips.csv is updated once every minute.
MyPP.ie sets out to make planning information easier to find by visualising what's happening in a city. Members of the public can view what's being planned in their neighbourhood, and businesses can subscribe to new project leads in our planning lists. mypp.ie
ParkYa is a mobile app platform which helps consumers find the best place to park based on location and price. ParkYa was designed with private operators, local authorities and payment providers in mind so that it can be adapted to their needs. http://parkya.com/