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Public transport agencies use social media as an essential tool for communicating mobility incidents to passengers. However, while the short term, day-to-day information about transport phenomena is usually posted in social media with low latency, its availability is short term as the content is rarely made an aggregated form. Social media communication of transport phenomena usually lacks GIS annotations as most social media platforms do not allow attaching non-POI GPS coordinates to posts. AsarXiv:2110.05573v1 fatcat:5y2otvwzi5cpzc7lgr3yjy5hua