AgoraC extension. This was created in a resarch project at Trafikverket. It is not used in current services. It may need some changes to make it work in newer version of DATEX II.
The National Roads Authority (NRA) was formally established as an independent statutory body under the Roads Act, 1993 with effect from 1 January, 1994. The Authority's primary function, under the Roads Act 1993, is to secure the provision of a safe and efficient network of National roads. For this purpose, it has overall responsibility for planning and supervision of construction and maintenance works on these roads. The National Roads Authority (NRA) makes traffic and travel information available to other organisations (e.g. local authorities and other national roads authorities) via this web site. The data includes Events (Planned and Unplanned), Travel Times, data from Vehicle Detector Stations, Variable Message Sign settings and Weather Station readings. The data is published in Datex2 (XML) format - Datex2 is a standard format for exchanging traffic and travel data between organisations. To have access to this data, you will need a user name and password.
Republic of Ireland's national primary road and motorway network managed by the National Traffic Management Centre.
Conseil général du département des Hautes-Alpes, partenaire du développement de l'application WebInforoute http://www.webinforoute.fr
Réseau routier du département des Hautes-Alpes. Site public : http://inforoute05.fr
HSVV are responsible for planning, building and maintaining freeways and the inter-urban road network in the German state of Hessen. Traffic control and management activities include re-routing, line control, temporary hard shoulder use, road works management, traffic information and incident management. HSVV`S road network comprises about 1000 km of freeways. Total road network adds up to more than 15.000 km. Hessen is active in the field of inter-regional strategy management, planning and realising traffic management strategies in cooperation with nearby German states (Rhineland-Palatinate, North Rhine-Westphalia, Baden-Württemberg, Bavaria). Traffic information between Traffic Centre Hessen (TCH) and other stakeholders is exchanged by means of DATEX.
Federal and state road network (freeways / inter-urban roads).
LBM plans, builds and operates the high level road network in the Land of Rheinland-Pfalz Germany on behalf of the ministry for transport. LBM is in charge of traffic management supported by ITS and is tasked to run a comprehensive traffic information website www.verkehr.rlp.de
Motorway network Rheinland-Pfalz Germany, approx. 870 Km
Autostrade per l'Italia is the leading National and European Concessionaire for toll motorway construction and management, and for related transport services.
The node is allowed to supply information from the whole motorway network managed by Autostrade per l'Italia group concessionaires described at the following link at autostrade website. The node is not operational at the moment as there is no agreement signed but it may be used for testing purposes under certain limitations to be agreed.
Brisa - Auto-estradas de Portugal was created in 1972. In 36 years it has become one of the largest tolled motorway operators in the world and the largest transport infrastructure company in Portugal. Brisa's main business area is the construction and operation of tolled motorways, both through direct investments in Portugal, as well as through its national and international subsidiaries.
Brisa currently operates a total network of 1500 Km, made up of 6 motorways concessions covering the Portugal from North to South and West to East, constituting the main Portuguese road links.
Traffic Scotland is a service, delivered by Transport Scotland, which enables the collection and distribution of real-time traffic information occurring across the Scottish Trunk Road network in order to ensure that the safety and efficiency of the network is maintained. It is operated from the Traffic Scotland Control Centre (TSCC) in Glasgow.
The Scottish trunk road network managed by Traffic Scotland.
EP - Estradas de Portugal, S.A. has, along with other tasks of national road administration, the mission to provide a public service in areas such as funding, maintenance, development, requalification and extension of the Portuguese Road Network. EP – Estradas de Portugal SA holds a long term contract of concession of the national road infrastructures in Portugal. It is a reference company with a long background which is part of the Portuguese history itself.
EP - Estradas de Portugal SA is the Portuguese National Road Administration and the long term road network concessionaires. It is responsible for managing the national road network, directly or indirectly, through concessions and sub-concessions.