List of traffic information source types 1

Name Description
DDR XML - Common traffic information Common traffic information (accidents, closures, roadworks...), pushed on occurence, in a DDR format for common traffic information.
DDR XML - Traffic statuses Traffic statuses expressed by ALERT-C codes, pushed on occurence, in a DDR format for common traffic information.
DDR XML - Winter driving condition Meteorological news from winter maitanance regions, pushed on occurence, in a DDR format for winter driving conditions.
DATEX II Situation Publication - Common Common traffic information (accidents etc.), pushed on occurence, in a common traffic information profile of DATEX II format.
DATEX II Situation Publication - Restrictions Planned closures and traffic restrictions, pushed on occurence, in a restrictions profile of DATEX II format.
DATEX II Situation Publication - Weather Weather related information impacting the drivers, pushed on occurence, in a weather profile of DATEX II format.
DATEX II Elaborated Data Publication - Traffic Status Traffic status on predefined set of locations, pushed on occurence, in a traffic status profile of DATEX II format.
DATEX II Elaborated Data - Travel Time Travel times of personal cars and vans on set of predefined locations pushed on occurence, in a travel times profile of DATEX II format.
DATEX II Predefined Location Publication - Predefined Location Set Predefined location data used to reference status oriented events (travel time, weather station reports, parking, tunnels, etc.) provided, for download at users request, in a predefined locations profile of DATEX II format.

  1. Source type describes general features of possible source, but is not the source itself. For collection of traffic information must be used a source, which is using given source type. Source type is defined by format used to describe traffic information and distribution protocol.