In the MobilitymoveZ.NL Digital Traffic Management Rules project, road operators are making traffic measures available to service providers to provide better travel information to road users.
This way, service providers can solve traffic problems in the region. They do so by providing accurate and up-to-date travel information and informing road users about changed driving routes. The “Digital Traffic Management Rules” project lays the foundation for sharing this strategic traffic management information with service providers and road users.
Most socially desirable routes
When road operators share their network vision with service providers, they can then inform road users. For example, they inform drivers while using traffic management rules and advise the most socially desirable routes. You can imagine this is a good solution in case of road works, events and accidents. This information allows service providers to support road operators in achieving policy goals.
Realising the data chain
Monotch plays a vital role in the realisation of a technical data chain. This data chain works according to the following steps:
- information is collected (for example, from traffic centres),
- then prepared for distribution by an intermediary
- next, the information will be distributed to the service provider for processing in applications to disseminate travel information among (road) users.
The operational implementation of the technical data chain is currently underway, possibly using existing solutions such as TLEX.
MobilitymoveZ.NL is an experimental environment in which both private and public parties are testing smart mobility solutions to meet future social challenges. The focus lies in developing connected autonomous driving combined with electrical propulsion and on-demand services. Thanks to experimentation, development and practice in the real world, it gradually becomes clear what works and what does not concerning personal and goods transport.