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EU funded
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DATA4PT

  • Europe
  • Data
  • European Research projects
  • Integrated mobility
  • Intermodality
  • Interoperability

Advancing data-sharing practices in public transport to enhance multimodal travel

The DATA4PT project aims to advance data-sharing practices in the public transport sector by supporting the development of data exchange standards and models, to fulfil the needs of multimodal travel information service providers.

DATA4PT aims to advance how data in Europe is treated and shared, to further improve the mobility services. The main objectives of DATA4PT consist of technical and organisational activities to facilitate the development and deployment of the European public transport data standards Transmodel, NeTEx and SIRI. These standards will provide Union-wide multimodal travel information services which apply to the TEN-T network, including urban nodes.

By supporting EU Member States in deploying a set of harmonised European public data standards (Transmodel, NeTEx and SIRI), DATA4PT wants to enable union-wide multimodal travel information services and contribute to a seamless door-to-door travel ecosystem across Europe that covers all mobility services.

DATA4PT is coordinated by UITP, with ITxPT as Technical Manager. Within the project, they work together with nine different EU-member states.

More information: www.data4pt-project.eu

Follow DATA4PT on Twitter: www.twitter.com/data4pt

Data4PT has received funding from the European Union’s DG for Mobility and Transport under grant agreement No MOVE/B4/SUB/2019-104/CEF/PSA/SI2.821136.

DATA4PT aims to contribute to a seamless door-to-door travel ecosystem across Europe that covers all mobility services. This will make it easier for providers to deploy services and meet the ever-changing mobility demand and behaviour of citizens. UITP is pleased to work with 10 other partners on Data4PT alongside a large number of interested stakeholders and experts.
Guido Di Pasquale
Deputy Director of K&I at UITP
  • 11

    Partners (including 9 EU Member States)

  • January 2020 – January 2024

    Duration

  • €2.5 million

    Budget

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