The event was held on Friday 21 & Saturday 22 October 2016 at ODI Leeds. We're using this page to keep track of useful resources and results.
Blog post from DfT Digital team about HighwaysHack
Demo using OpenStreetMap data to assess which accidents are on the Highways England network.
The Route Rater
Demo of the Route Rater with example code and data.
The Little Car Counter
A traffic monitoring system made using an ordinary webcam.
Photos from #HighwaysHack
Credit: ODI Leeds/ Lisa Jeffrey
What happened at #HighwaysHack
Lisa Jeffery's write-up of #HighwaysHack
Teresa Jolley created a storify of the two days.
Highways England slides
An introduction to Highways England and its open data commitments.
A rough running order for the Friday and Saturday.
Join our open, collaborative, hackpad.
Amy has created a selection of vehicle icons (everything from mobility scooters to lorries) that can be used in the hacks.
Stuart has compiled a list of the data sets that are available from Highways England and local authorities.
Highways England have identified three challenges/priorities.
Open Meeting Notes
Paul put together a Google doc with notes from the general meeting in June 2016.