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Traffic Light Priority Trigger Position File Format Schema

In recent years, there has been renewed interest in the digital provision of priority to public transport at signalised junctions. 

Existing work from RTIG: specifically, the documents T008 andT031, provide the specification and methodology for the transmission of data from public service vehicles, such as buses and trams, to traffic signals. These provide technical frameworks to provide priority for public transport vehicles at signalised junctions in an interoperable manner.

Traffic Light Priority Trigger Position File Format

In recent years, there has been renewed interest in the digital provision of priority to public transport at signalised junctions. 

Existing work from RTIG: specifically, the documents T008 andT031, provide the specification and methodology for the transmission of data from public service vehicles, such as buses and trams, to traffic signals. These provide technical frameworks to provide priority for public transport vehicles at signalised junctions in an interoperable manner.

Traffic Light Priority Trigger Position File Format Schema

In recent years, there has been renewed interest in the digital provision of priority to public transport at signalised junctions. 

Existing work from RTIG: specifically, the documents T008 andT031, provide the specification and methodology for the transmission of data from public service vehicles, such as buses and trams, to traffic signals. These provide technical frameworks to provide priority for public transport vehicles at signalised junctions in an interoperable manner.

Real Time Information Exchange Using the SIRI Standard

On behalf of the UK, RTIG has contributed to the definition of a CEN standard to define a “Service Interface for Real-time Information” (SIRI). It is intended to be used to exchange information between servers containing real-time public transport vehicle or journey time data.

These include the control centres of transport operators and information systems that utilise real-time vehicle information, for example, to deliver services such as travel information.

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