One of the main objectives of the DATA4PT project is to support entities with the implementation of data models NeTEx, Transmodel, and SIRI. By doing this, DATA4PT aims to enhance the interoperability of information travel services in the public transport sector.
Everybody with an interest into public transport, data and travel information services is welcome to submit a request for support. DATA4PT provides support to entities responsible for National Access Points (NAP) when implementing multimodal travel information services (MMTIS) according to EU data standards. We also support public transport authorities, operators, data producers and data consumers, and the IT industry.
Simple: you can submit your technical request or requirement below. The DATA4PT technical Expert Team will process any incoming request and reply through appropriate channels, depending on the issue’s nature. If development is required, we will contact you to discuss a solution.
The DATA4PT Wiki page contains a wealth of technical information on European data standards, including an FAQ and a platform for discussion.
What kind of technical requests can you submit to the DATA4PT team?
Implementation support: related to “day to day” operation where DATA4PT related topics are implemented. It includes artefacts maintenance, standard use-cases, national profiles etc. Some examples are:
Tools: support for the use of existing tools or to build extra tools to support implementation. Some examples are:
There might be additional requirements for you to be able to implement NeTEx, Transmodel and SIRI. The DATA4PT team is happy to provide you with additional tools such as:
Training: our expert team will assess any requirements for training events/webinars and training material development. These can be trainings on for example:
Public Transport Standards update: for example standards to include car-sharing, bike- sharing, mobility on demand… etc.
External exchanges: Our expert team will assess any requirements and consider proposing liaison exchange / dialogue with related bodies.