Two of ERTICO’s projects and innovation platforms, NAPCORE and TM 2.0, started the year on a high note with a successful workshop on the Delegated Regulation on Real Time Traffic Information (RTTI) held on 1 February. The workshop was organised with the Dutch Ministry and NAPCORE Advisory Board members TomTom, TISA, POLIS, and CEDR, and attracted more than 160 participants.
The NAPCORE workshop aimed to inform participants about the implications of the revised RTTI for both road authorities as well as private service providers, and to to get insights into possible use cases to work on whilst aligning on the implementation of the revised RTTI. The workshop also provided a good overview of the problems and challenges road authorities see in the current navigation services, such as the use of roads, which is often not in line with what they were designed and assigned for. Other challenges that emerged from the discussions are cut through traffic and the fact that navigation services do not take into account societal impact. The need for more accurate data on maximum speed and roadworks, for instance, was also addressed.
Building on the discussions of this workshop, TM 2.0 will host a workshop on Fine Tuning TM 2.0 “Cooperation Levels” between Public Authorities and Service Providers in Relation to the Revised RTTI Delegated Regulation on Wednesday 22 February from 10:00 to 12:00 (CET). During the workshop, participants will discuss and update the current levels of cooperation that are defined under the TM 2.0 concept of interactive traffic management.
The workshop will take place in Brussels at the ERTICO office (Blue Tower Louise, Avenue Louise 326) and is open to all upon registration. Don’t miss this opportunity and register now here!