The COMMISSION DELEGATED REGULATION (EU) 2017/1926 of 31 May 2017 supplementing Directive 2010/40/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council with regard to the provision of EU-wide multimodal travel information services provides a list of static and dynamic data categories to be made available by Member States through the National Access Points.
A range of data standards are required for the publication of such data categories, of which a subset (20 data categories) refers to static spatial data which are also linked to the INSPIRE Directive (Directive 2007/2/EC).
Within this policy context, this document is the final report of the INSPIRE-MMTIS study, aimed to identify and analyse the overlaps and gaps existing among the relevant standards to be used for the sharing and reuse of data under the remit of the above mentioned Delegated Regulation.
Recommendations for both data providers and data users on how to deal with the overlaps/gaps have been formulated, based on a series of use cases.
The analysis performed in the study represents a first step to support Member States in the implementation of the MMTIS Regulation. Results demonstrate that the analysed standards are sufficient to start implementing the Regulation, although several recommendations show that further work is necessary (given e.g. gaps in standardisation and the need for European profiles and conversion tools).