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Wikidata (the 'database' for Wikipedia) provides a nice SPARQL Query Service that you can use to extract structured data about ships. I am just discovering SPARQL now but I had a go at writing a query for passenger ferries: you can run it live here: https://w.wiki/Fah. It currently gives 961 results (but only 628 unique ships). I think this is a low figure,...


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Transport and Logistics Case Study Data Set (Cargo 2000) The case study data comprises tracking and tracing events from a forwarding company’s Cargo 2000 system for a period of five months. From those Cargo 2000 messages, we reconstructed execution traces of 3,942 actual business process instances, comprising 7,932 transport legs and 56,082 service ...


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You can get this from Openstreetmap. See Downloading data or Country and area extraction on the Openstreetmap wiki for details on how to do this.


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This might be related to what you are looking for: CalTrans has a release of data on the Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT) Volumes. More information could be found here.


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Open street map has incomplete data of building footprints for Qingdao. There are many ways to download OSM data, including: Do a quick but messy download of all OSM data in a given area from the map interface. (That link will take you to the area of Qingdao, but you'll want to adjust the bounding box before starting the download. Or check out the OSM wiki ...


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