Join us on October 25th, and create new and innovative ways to improve public transit.

Trainhack takes you and a bunch of other creative nerds on an unforgettable trip with the challenge to create the best hack that improves public transit.

What the attendees thought of Trainhack 2017

“Good support from API suppliers.”


Trainhack isn't just about trains, or hacking.

Trainhack is a hackathon that invites a group of creative nerds and enthusiasts on a train ride where the participants are tasked to create something that improves public transit. The event’s purpose is to spread knowledge of open data and APIs by creating a unique, challenging and above all fun event for the problem solvers and hackers in a wide range of communities.
To learn more about this years event, or previous events, continue reading below and be sure to grab a ticket before they run out. If you can’t make it to this years event or you’re interested in knowing more about what goes on before, during and after the event, be sure to sign up to our newsletter.


Read all about what happens at this years event.

  • Venue & times

    We start the event 18:00 on October 25th at Kollektivtrafikens Hus AB in Stockholm, and finish at the same location some time mid day on October 27th.

  • Travel to & from the event

    We are currently looking into the possibility of financial support for the hackers travel expenses.

  • Food at the event

    Be sure to specify any food allergies or preferences while you purchase your ticket(s), that way we can make sure there is enough proper food for everyone.

  • Teams

    If you already have a team, then you’re all set. If you don’t, well not to worry. Once you’ve signed up for the event you’ll get access to our Slack channel where you can form a team or join an existing one.

    We will also host a meetup at the beginning of the event where people can get familiar with each other and give everyone a change to join a team before the hacking begins.

    Of course if you’d like to work alone you are welcome to do so, but we definitely recommend you joining a team, if not simply for the great people you get to know and work with.


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