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LOD-ROADTRAN18 project deliverables available

In different project activities we focused on linked Open Traffic Data concept development, based on the revision of the information obtained in previous activities to design and implement necessary models (ontologies + vocabularies) for use in linked open traffic data context, considering service-related metadata. Technical systems proposal through the design and later implementation of a friendly interface, which allows all data to be queried through a uniform interface. Implementation and deployment of a LOD enhanced TIS and Testing, making Traffic data LOD actionable and available in Open Data Portals.

Project reports documenting the activities are available for download:

  • Analysis of legal and technical background for making Linked Open Traffic Data actionable [here]
  • Analysis and revision of the models used for road traffic and travel information in Europe [here]
  • Analysis of the implementation of the PSI and ITS Directives [here]
  • Linked Open Traffic Data concept development:
    • User Guide containing details of the models and of the tools [here]
    • Guide for NAPs [here]
    • Documenting the LOD SRTI DATEX II ontologies by WIDOCO [here]

The SPARQL interfaces are available at https://lod.tamtamresearch/sparql and SRTI snapshot at https://lod.tamtamresearch.com/srti/snapshot/.

Detailed documentation of the Czech resources is available at https://lod.tamtamresearch/docs.

Metadata records of the LOD resources shared through Czech portals are available at Czech NAP, Czech open data portal and European open data portal.

NKOD metadata record

The ontologies (semantic model) developed within the project for the data published by the project are available here

  • LOD DATEX II based ontology: dtx_srti,
  • Satellite administrative units ontology: adu and
  • Satellite roads ontology: roads


The LOD-RoadTran18 that aims to support the re-use of dynamic Road Traffic Data in and across the Czech Republic and Spain is co-financed by the European Health and Digital Executive Agency (HaDEA) (2018-EU-IA-0088) through the CEF Telecom programme.1

  1. The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of TamTam Research and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the European Union.