to inform on the implications of the revised RTTI for both road authorities as well as private service providers
to get insight in possible use cases to work on whilst aligning on the implementation of the revised RTTI
THE WORKSHOP HELPED TO get a good overview of the problems and challenges road authorities see in the current navigation services:
Use of roads often not in line with what they were designed and assigned for
Navigation services do not take into account societal impact
Cut through traffic
Need for more accurate data on for instance maximum speed and roadworks
Use cases will be ranked by level of needed collaboration between the Public Authorities and Service Providers under the TM 2.0 concept of interactive traffic management during the physical TM2.0 workshop February 22nd in Brussels. If you would like to join, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. This will help to come to a roadmap for use cases to align on.
Physical meeting took place end of April at TomTom’s office in Berlin.
ARTICLE ON THE DUBLIN INQUIRER
Dublin InQuirer published an article on the implementation of the revised RTTI DR with the contribution of Annet van Veenendaal as a follow up of the NAPCORE online RTTI workshop.