Irish NeTEx Profile

NeTEx  Network Timetable Exchange

Irish NeTEx Profile for Timetables

Profile Data Examples

Operator data

Summary of mapping of Irish Operator data to NeTEx:

  • An operator record is mapped to a NeTEx OPERATOR.

Input

Example as NeTEx

  1. Example of  a single operator (LUAS) encoded in NeTEx format
  2. Example of Irish operator spreadsheet encoded as NETEX operators

Locality data and Administrative Areas

Summary of mapping of NPTG model to NeTEx:

  • An NPTG NptgLocality is mapped to a NeTEx TOPOGRAPHIC PLACE.
  • An NPTG Region is mapped to a NeTEx ORGANISATION PART + TRANSPORT ADMINISTRATIVE ZONE + RESPONSIBILITY SET.
  • An NPTG AdministrativeArea is mapped to a NeTEx TRANSPORT ADMINISTRATIVE ZONE + RESPONSIBILITY SET.

Input

Example as NeTEx

  1. Example of NPTG localities for NPTG admin areas 836 and 837 encoded in NeTEx format.
  2. Example of minimal encoding of NPTG localities for Areas 836 and 837 from existing NPTG data in NeTEx format.

Stop Data

Summary of mapping of Irish NaPTAN Stop data to NeTEx:

  • For timetables,
    • For Rail, bus and coach  stations, a NaPTAN StopArea is mapped to a NeTEx STOP AREA.
    • For on street bus and tram stops, a NaPTAN StopPoint is mapped to a NeTEx SCHEDULED STOP POINT.
  • Additionally, for physical stop data
    • For Rail, bus and coach  stations, a NaPTAN StopArea is mapped to a NeTEx STOP PLACE, and STOP PLACE ENTRANCE.
    • For on-street stops, a NaPTAN StopArea is mapped to a NeTEx STOP PLACE. If there is no NaPTAN StopArea for a StopPoint, (or pair of points)   one is created with the same name.
    • For on-street stops, a NaPTAN StopPoint is mapped to a NeTEx   QUAY,
  • A STOP PLACE ASSIGNMENT can be used to associate a given SCHEDULED STOP POINT with a given STOP PLACE and QUAY

Example as NeTEx

  1. Example of some Irish NaPTAN stops encoded in NeTEx format

Timetable data

Different formats are used for different mode