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EULF Best Practice 22

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EULF Best Practice 22 - Standardised road safety data exchange
Country: Norway, Sweden
Policy domain: Intelligent Transport Systems
Process owners: JRC, ERTICO, Norwegian and Swedish Road Authorities, Norwegian and Swedish Road Authorities, TomTom, HERE
Short description: The EULF Transportation Pilot aims to improve the flow of up-to-date road safety data between road authorities and private sector map providers in different countries, supporting the aims of the Intelligent Transport Systems Directive and drawing on INSPIRE. It is a collaborative initiative involving the European Commission-Joint Research Centre from its European Union Location Framework (EULF) project, ERTICO’s Transport Network ITS Spatial Data Deployment Platform (TN-ITS), including national road authorities and commercial map providers, and the European Location Framework (ELF) project, including national mapping agencies. Its aim is to promote the use of INSPIRE (European Directive setting the Infrastructure for Spatial Information in Europe) within the transport domain, by focusing on the electronic exchange of data among public road authorities and private sector ITS map providers, at a cross-border level, based on authoritative and seamless data compliant with INSPIRE.
Recommendations:
Digital Government Integration (6; 7; 8);
Standardisation and Reuse (11; 12);
Return on Investment (15; 16);
Governance, Partnerships and Capabilities (17; 18)
Link: https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/community/eulf/og_page/eulf-transportation-pilot

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Information

Publication date:
12 July 2017
Nature of documentation:
Technical report
License of document:
European Union Public Licence (EUPL)
Geographic coverage:
Europe
Themes:
eGovernment
Author:
Ray Boguslawski, Ken Van Gansen, Clémentine Valayer, Francesco Pignatelli
Email contact:
francesco.pignatelli@ec.europa.eu

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