Category: Public transport information systems

Real Time Information Group

The Real Time Information Group (also RTI ) is an organization in the United Kingdom supporting the development of bus passenger information systems ; icts 85 members include local autorités , bus operators and system suppliers together with Representatives from the UK government and other key industry groups Such As ITS (UK) Travel Information Highway, and the UTMC Development Group (UDG). [1] Continue reading “Real Time Information Group”


Rome2rio is a multimodal transport search engine that has been launched in April 2011. [1] Rome2rio’s platform is capable of long-distance (inter-city) trip planning as well as local (intra-city) journey planning. Users can input any address, town or landmark as the origin and destination and Rome2rio searches a database of flight, train, ferry, bus and driving routes to present route and price options for traveling to that destination. Continue reading “Rome2rio”


Transmodel (formally CEN TC278, Reference Data Model For Public Transport, EN12896 ) is the CEN European Reference Data Model for Public Transport Information; It provides an abstract model of common public transportation concepts and data structures That can be used to build Many different kinds of public transport information system , Including for timetabling, fares, operational management, real time data, journey schedule etc. Continue reading “Transmodel”

Working timetable

Working timetable (WTT) – (Ger. Buchfahrplan ; Fr. Booklet March of Trains ; N. America Employee Timetable is a set of -) timetables , for the internal use of a railway ‘s operating staff, the show That All Planned trainmovements in a defined area. The trains included may be passenger trains , freight trains , empty stock movements, or even bus and / or ship connections or replacements. Continue reading “Working timetable”

Public transport timetable

public transport timetable (also timetable and North American English schedule ) is a document setting out information on service times, to assist passengers with planning a trip. Typically, the timetable will list the times when a service is scheduled to arrive at and depart from specified locations. It may show all movements at a particular location or all movements on a particular route or for a particular stop. Traditionally this information was provided in printed form, for example as a leaflet or poster. It is now available in a variety of electronic formats. Continue reading “Public transport timetable”

Public transport route planner

public transport route planner is an intermodal journey planner , Typically accessed via the web That Provides information about available public transport services. The application prompts a user to input a origin and a destination, and then uses algorithms to find a good road between the two on public transit services. Time of travel may be constrained to either time of departure or arrival and other routing preferences may be specified as well. Continue reading “Public transport route planner”

Platform display

platform display , display destination or describer Train (British English) is supplementing the destination sign is arriving train passengers annually giving advance information. Historically they did not even show the next destination and sometimes the type of train. In later usage They Were Replaced by passenger information display systems (PIDS) Allowing for real-time passenger information. Continue reading “Platform display”


Netex (Formally Network Exchange CEN / TS 16614-1: 2014 ‘, PD CEN / TS 16614-2: 2014 and PD CEN / TS 16614-3: 2014 ) is the CEN Technical Standard for Public Transport Information as XML documents. It provides a W3C XML scheme based on the Transmodel abstract model of common public transportation concepts and data structures and can be used to exchange data Many different kinds of entre passenger information systems , Including for stops, facilities, timetabling, fares. Such data can be used by both operational management systems and customer facing systems for day planning and so on. Continue reading “NETEX”