Public transport - Reference data model - Part 6: Passenger information

1.1   General Scope of the Standard
The main objective of the present standard is to present the Reference Data Model for Public Transport, based on:
-   the Reference Data Model, EN 12896, known as Transmodel V5.1;
-   EN 28701:2012, Intelligent transport systems -) Public transport - Identification of Fixed Objects in Public Transport (IFOPT), although note that this particular standard has been withdrawn as it is now included within Parts 1 and 2 of this standard (EN 12896-1:2016 and EN 12896-2:2016) following their successful publication,
incorporating the requirements of:
-   EN 15531-1 to -3 and CEN/TS 15531-4 and -5: Public transport – Service interface for real-time information relating to public transport operations (SIRI);
-   CEN/TS 16614-1 and -2: Public transport - Network and Timetable Exchange (NeTEx), in particular the specific needs for long distance train operation.
Particular attention is drawn to the data model structure and methodology:
-   the data model is described in a modular form in order to facilitate the understanding and the use of the model;
-   the data model is entirely described in UML.
The following functional domains are considered:
-   Network Description: routes, lines, journey patterns, timing patterns, service patterns, scheduled stop points and stop places;
-   Timing Information and Vehicle Scheduling (runtimes, vehicle journeys, day type-related vehicle schedules);
-   Passenger Information (planned and real-time);
-   Fare Management (fare structure, sales, validation, control);
   Operations Monitoring and Control: operating day-related data, vehicle follow-up, control actions;
-   Driver Management:
-   Driver Scheduling (day-type related driver schedules),
-   Rostering (ordering of driver duties into sequences according to some chosen methods),
-   Driving Personnel Disposition (assignment of logical drivers to physical drivers and recording of driver performance);
-   Management Information and Statistics (including data dedicated to service performance indicators).
The data modules dedicated to cover most functions of the above domains will be specified.
Several concepts are shared by the different functional domains. This data domain is called "Common Concepts".
1.2   Functional Domain Description
The different functional domains (enumerated above) taken into account in the present standard, and of which the data have been represented as the reference model, are described in EN 12896-1:2016, Public transport - Reference data model - Part 1: Common concepts.
1.3   Particular Scope of this Document
The present document entitled Public transport - Reference data model - Part 6: Passenger information, incorporates the following main data packages:
-   Trip Description;
-   Passenger Queries.
This document itself is composed of the following parts:
-   Main document (normative) representing the data model for the concepts shared by the different fare domains covered by Transmodel;
-   Annex A (normative), containing the data dictionary, i.e. the list of all the concepts and attribute tables present in the main document together with the definitions;
-   Annex B (normative), providing a complement to EN 12896-1:2016, particularly useful for parts 4 to 8 of the Public Transport Reference Data Model;
-   Annex C (informative), indicating the data model evolutions;
-   Annex D (informative), indicating the high-level equivalences of the example passenger information functional requests to the capabilities of other standards;
-   Annex E (informative), providing an example set of commonly found passenger information functional requests and data dictionary for the elements used in the examples.

Öffentlicher Verkehr - Referenzdatenmodell - Teil 6: Information an Reisende

Transports publics - Modèle de données de référence - Partie 6 : Information des usagers

1.1 Domaine d'application général de la norme
La présente norme a pour principal objectif de présenter le modèle de données de référence pour les transports publics, en se basant sur :
- le modèle de données de référence, EN12896, intitulé Transmodel V5.1;
- la norme EN 28701:2012, Systèmes de transport intelligents - Transports en commun - Identification des objets fixes dans les transports publics (IFOPT), bien qu'il convienne de noter que cette norme particulière a été retirée car elle est désormais incluse dans les Parties 1 et 2 de la présente norme (EN 12896 1:2016 et EN 12896 2:2016) suite à leur publication réussie,
et en intégrant les exigences des normes suivantes :
- EN 15531 1 à -3 et CEN/TS 15531 4 et −5 : Transport public - interface de service pour les informations en temps réel relatives à l'exploitation des transports publics (SIRI);
- CEN/TS 16614 1 et -2 : Transport public -échange de données réseau et d'horaires (NeTEx), et plus particulièrement les besoins spécifiques liés à l'exploitation de trains longue distance.
La structure et la méthodologie du modèle de données font l'objet d'une attention particulière :
- le modèle de données est décrit sous une forme modulaire afin de faciliter sa compréhension et son utilisation;
- le modèle de données est entièrement décrit en langage UML.
Les domaines fonctionnels suivants sont pris en considération :
- Description du réseau : itinéraires, trajets, parcours, missions horaires, missions commerciales, points d'arrêt planifiés et lieux d'arrêt;
- Informations horaires et horaires des véhicules (temps de trajet, courses de véhicules, horaires des véhicules en fonction de jours types);
- Information des usagers (temps planifié et temps réel);
- Gestion tarifaire (structure tarifaire, ventes, validation, régulation);
- Suivi et contrôle de l'exploitation (données relatives au jour d'exploitation, suivi de véhicules, actions de régulation);
- Gestion des conducteurs :
- Horaires des conducteurs (horaires des conducteurs en fonction de jours types);
- Roulement (organisation des services agent en séquences en appliquant les méthodes sélectionnées);
- Gestion du personnel roulant (affectation de conducteurs logiques aux conducteurs physiques et enregistrement des tâches exécutées par les conducteurs);
- Tableaux de bord et statistiques (notamment les données consacrées aux indicateurs de performance de service).
Les modules de données dont l'objet sera de couvrir la plupart des fonctions des domaines susmentionnés seront spécifiés.
Plusieurs concepts sont partagés par ces différents domaines fonctionnels. Le présent domaine de données est intitulé « Concepts communs ».
1.2 Description d'un domaine fonctionnel
Les différents domaines fonctionnels (répertoriés ci-dessus) pris en compte dans la présente norme, et dont les données ont été représentées comme modèle de référence, sont décrits dans EN 12896-1:2016,  « Transports publics – Modèle de données de référence – Partie 1 : concepts communs ».
1.3 Domaine d'application particulier du présent document
Le présent présent, intitulé Transports publics – Modèle de données de référence – Partie 6 : information des usagers intègre les principaux ensembles de données suivants :
- Description des déplacements,
- Requêtes des usagers.
Le présent document est lui-même constitué des parties suivantes :
- le corps du document (normatif), représentant le modèle de données pour les concepts communs aux différents domaines tarifaires couverts par Transmodel,
- l'Annexe A (normative), qui contient le dictionnaire des données, c.-à-d. la liste de tous les concepts et les tableaux des attributs présents dans le document principal, ainsi que les définitions,
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Javni prevoz - Referenčni podatkovni model - 6. del: Informiranje potnikov

1.1 Splošno področje uporabe standarda
Glavni cilj trenutnega dokumenta je predstavitev referenčnega podatkovnega modela za javni prevoz na podlagi:
– referenčnega podatkovnega modela (EN12896), poznanega kot Transmodel različice 5.1;
– standarda EN 28701:2012, Identifikacija stalnih objektov v javnem transportu (IFOPT), čeprav je treba upoštevati, da je bil ta standard umaknjen in je po uspešni objavi 1. in 2. dela tega standarda (EN 12896-1:2016 in EN 12896-2:2016) vključen v ta dva dela;
vsebuje zahteve:
– standardov od EN 15531-1 do -3 ter CEN/TS 15531-4 in -5: Vmesnik za informiranje v realnem času za potrebe delovanja javnega prevoza (SIRI);
– dokumentov CEN/TS 16614-1 in -2: Izmenjava omrežnih in voznorednih podatkov (NeTEx), predvsem specifične potrebe za medkrajevni železniški prevoz.
Posebna pozornost je namenjena strukturi podatkovnega modela in metodologiji:
– podatkovni model je opisan v modularni obliki za lažje razumevanje in uporabo modela;
– podatkovni model je v celoti opisan v poenotenem jeziku modeliranja UML.
Obravnavane so naslednje funkcionalne domene:
– opis omrežja: poti, linije, vzorci potovanj, čas potovanj, storitveni vzorci in načrtovana postajališča;
– časovne informacije in razporejanje vozil (vozni čas, poti vozil, dnevni razporedi različnih vrst vozil);
– informiranje potnikov (načrtovano in v realnem času);
– upravljanje voznin (struktura voznin, prodaja, preverjanje, nadzor);
– spremljanje delovanja in nadzor: dnevni podatki o delovanju, spremljanje vozil, nadzorni ukrepi;
– upravljanje voznega osebja:
– razpored voznikov (dnevni razporedi voznikov),
– urniki (razporejanje dolžnosti voznikov v zaporedje glede na nekatere izbrane metode),
– razporejanje voznega osebja (dodelitev logičnih voznikov fizičnim voznikom in beleženje storilnosti voznika);
– informacije o upravljanju in statistika (vključno s podatki, namenjenimi kazalcem uspešnosti storitev).
Določeni bodo podatkovni modeli, ki bodo zajemali večino funkcij iz zgornjih domen.
Različne funkcionalne domene imajo skupnih več pojmov. Ta podatkovna domena se imenuje »Skupni pojmi«.
1.2 Opis funkcionalne domene
Različne funkcionalne domene (naštete zgoraj), ki so upoštevane v trenutnem standardu in katerih podatki so predstavljeni kot referenčni model, so opisane v »Referenčnem podatkovnem modelu javnega prevoza – 1.del: Skupni pojmi«.
1.3 Posebno področje uporabe tega dokumenta
Trenutni evropski standard »Referenčni podatkovni model za javni prevoz – 6. del: Informiranje potnikov« vključuje naslednje glavne podatkovne pakete:
– opis poti;
– poizvedbe potnikov.
Ta dokument je sestavljen iz naslednjih delov:
– glavni dokument (normativni), ki predstavlja podatkovni model za pojme, ki si jih delijo različne tarifne domene v Transmodelu;
– dodatek A (normativni), ki vsebuje podatkovni slovar, tj. seznam vseh pojmov in preglednic atributov, ki so v glavnem dokumentu, skupaj z definicijami;
– dodatek B (normativni), ki vsebuje dopolnilo k standardu EN12896-1:2016, še posebej uporaben za dele od 4 do 8 referenčnega podatkovnega modela za javni prevoz;
– dodatek C (informativni) s prikazom razvoja podatkovnega modela;
– dodatek D (informativni), ki glede na zahteve drugih standardov prikazuje visoko ustreznost primerov funkcionalnih zahtev informacij za potnike;
– dodatek E (informativni), ki podaja primer nabora najpogosteje najdenih funkcionalnih zahtev informacij za potnike in podatkovni slovar za elemente, uporabljene v primerih.

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SLOVENSKI STANDARD
SIST EN 12896-6:2019
01-november-2019
Javni prevoz - Referenčni podatkovni model - 6. del: Informiranje potnikov
Public transport - Reference data model - Part 6: Passenger information
Öffentlicher Verkehr - Referenzdatenmodell - Teil 6: Information an Reisende
Transports publics - Modèle de données de référence - Partie 6 : Information des
usagers
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: EN 12896-6:2019
ICS:
35.240.60 Uporabniške rešitve IT v IT applications in transport
prometu
SIST EN 12896-6:2019 en,fr,de

2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.

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EN 12896-6
EUROPEAN STANDARD
NORME EUROPÉENNE
September 2019
EUROPÄISCHE NORM
ICS 35.240.60
English Version
Public transport - Reference data model - Part 6:
Passenger information

Transports publics - Modèle de données de référence - Öffentlicher Verkehr - Referenzdatenmodell - Teil 6:

Partie 6 : Information des usagers Information an Reisende
This European Standard was approved by CEN on 19 April 2019.

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Contents Page

European foreword .................................................................................................................................................... 11

Introduction ................................................................................................................................................................. 12

1 Scope ................................................................................................................................................................. 13

1.1 General Scope of the Standard................................................................................................................. 13

1.2 Functional Domain Description .............................................................................................................. 14

1.3 Particular Scope of this document ......................................................................................................... 14

2 Normative references ................................................................................................................................. 14

3 Terms and definitions ................................................................................................................................ 15

4 Symbols and abbreviations ...................................................................................................................... 18

5 Passenger Information Domain .............................................................................................................. 19

5.1 Scope and overview ..................................................................................................................................... 19

5.2 Passenger Information ............................................................................................................................... 20

5.2.1 Provision of Information ........................................................................................................................... 20

5.2.2 Types of Passenger Information ............................................................................................................. 23

5.2.3 Timetable Information ............................................................................................................................... 25

5.2.4 Passenger Trip Planning ........................................................................................................................... 29

5.2.5 Estimation of Trip Duration ..................................................................................................................... 33

5.2.6 Information on Fares .................................................................................................................................. 35

5.2.7 Other Information ........................................................................................................................................ 36

5.3 Use Cases for the Passenger Information Model............................................................................... 37

5.3.1 Purpose ............................................................................................................................................................ 37

5.3.2 Business context ........................................................................................................................................... 37

5.3.3 Actors and use case types .......................................................................................................................... 38

5.3.4 Use cases .......................................................................................................................................................... 39

5.4 Public Transport Passenger Information – Conceptual MODEL ................................................. 41

5.4.1 General ............................................................................................................................................................. 41

5.4.2 Trip Description ........................................................................................................................................... 41

5.4.3 Passenger Information Queries .............................................................................................................. 53

Annex A (normative) Data Dictionary ................................................................................................................. 55

A.1 Introduction ................................................................................................................................................... 55

A.2 Data Dictionary — Passenger Information ......................................................................................... 55

A.2.1 ACCESS LEG ..................................................................................................................................................... 55

A.2.2 LEG ..................................................................................................................................................................... 55

A.2.3 LEG TRACK ...................................................................................................................................................... 55

A.2.4 MEAN INTERCHANGE TIME ....................................................................................................................... 56

A.2.5 MEAN PASSENGER WAIT TIME ................................................................................................................ 56

A.2.6 MEAN RUN TIME ........................................................................................................................................... 56

A.2.7 MIXED TRIP .................................................................................................................................................... 57

A.2.8 MONITORED LEG .......................................................................................................................................... 57

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A.2.9 MONITORED LEG ARRIVAL ........................................................................................................................ 57

A.2.10 MONITORED LEG CALL ................................................................................................................................ 58

A.2.11 MONITORED LEG CALL PART .................................................................................................................... 58

A.2.12 MONITORED LEG DEPARTURE ................................................................................................................. 58

A.2.13 MONITORED LEG PROGRESS ..................................................................................................................... 59

A.2.14 MONITORED TRIP ......................................................................................................................................... 59

A.2.15 MONITORED TRIP PATTERN .................................................................................................................... 59

A.2.16 NON-PT TRIP .................................................................................................................................................. 60

A.2.17 OTHER LEG ...................................................................................................................................................... 60

A.2.18 PARTICIPANT SYSTEM ................................................................................................................................ 60

A.2.19 PATH GUIDANCE............................................................................................................................................ 61

A.2.20 PI DELIVERY .................................................................................................................................................... 61

A.2.21 PI REQUEST ..................................................................................................................................................... 61

A.2.22 PI REQUEST FILTER...................................................................................................................................... 62

A.2.23 PI REQUEST POLICY ..................................................................................................................................... 62

A.2.24 PT CONNECTION LEG ................................................................................................................................... 62

A.2.25 PT FARE OFFER .............................................................................................................................................. 63

A.2.26 PT RIDE LEG .................................................................................................................................................... 63

A.2.27 PT TRIP ............................................................................................................................................................. 63

A.2.28 TRAVEL ............................................................................................................................................................. 64

A.2.29 TRAVEL FLOW ................................................................................................................................................ 64

A.2.30 TRAVELLING ENTITY ................................................................................................................................... 64

A.2.31 TRIP ................................................................................................................................................................... 64

A.2.32 TRIP PATTERN ............................................................................................................................................... 65

A.2.33 TRIP PATTERN MONITORING ................................................................................................................... 65

A.2.34 TRIP REASON .................................................................................................................................................. 65

A.2.35 TYPE OF GUARANTEE .................................................................................................................................. 66

A.2.36 TYPE OF PASSENGER ................................................................................................................................... 66

A.2.37 TYPE OF TRAVELLING ENTITY ................................................................................................................. 66

A.2.38 TYPE OF REQUEST ........................................................................................................................................ 67

Annex B (normative) Additional Common Concepts — Extension to EN 12896-1:2016, Public

transport – Reference data model – Part 1: Common concepts ...................................................... 68

B.1 Methodology and Conventions ................................................................................................................ 68

B.1.1 Methodology for conceptual modelling ................................................................................................ 68

B.1.1.1 General ............................................................................................................................................................. 68

B.1.1.2 Packages ........................................................................................................................................................... 68

B.1.1.3 Package Prefixes and Package order ..................................................................................................... 69

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B.1.1.4 Part Prefixes and diagram names .......................................................................................................... 70

B.1.1.5 Class diagrams ............................................................................................................................................... 70

B.1.1.6 Class Diagram Presentations ................................................................................................................... 71

B.1.1.7 Use of Colour .................................................................................................................................................. 71

B.1.2 MODEL Class Diagrams .............................................................................................................................. 72

B.1.2.1 General ............................................................................................................................................................. 72

B.1.2.2 Classes and attributes ................................................................................................................................. 73

B.1.2.2.1 General .................................................................................................................................................... 73

B.1.2.2.2 Attribute visibility ............................................................................................................................... 74

B.1.2.2.3 Attribute names .................................................................................................................................... 74

B.1.2.2.4 Attribute types ...................................................................................................................................... 74

B.1.2.2.5 Multiplicity of Attributes ................................................................................................................... 74

B.1.2.2.6 Common attributes ............................................................................................................................. 74

B.1.2.2.7 Simple Diagram Example .................................................................................................................. 74

B.1.2.3 Relationships ................................................................................................................................................. 76

B.1.2.3.1 General .................................................................................................................................................... 76

B.1.2.3.2 Association relationships ................................................................................................................. 76

B.1.2.3.3 Reflexive associations ........................................................................................................................ 76

B.1.2.3.4 Aggregation relationship .................................................................................................................. 77

B.1.2.3.5 Generalization relationship ............................................................................................................. 78

B.1.2.3.6 Multiplicity (Cardinality) of Relationships ................................................................................. 79

B.1.2.3.7 Presence of Relationships on a given diagram.......................................................................... 79

B.1.2.3.8 Relationships and navigability ....................................................................................................... 80

B.1.2.3.9 Positional semantics for laying out classes and relationships ............................................ 81

B.1.2.3.10 Explicit Frames ............................................................................................................................... 81

B.1.3 Summary of Rules for Transmodel Presentation ............................................................................. 82

B.1.3.1 Presentation of Class Structure diagrams ........................................................................................... 82

B.1.3.2 Rules for naming and presenting classes ............................................................................................ 82

B.1.3.3 Rules for use of role names ....................................................................................................................... 83

B.1.3.4 Rules for use of multiplicity ..................................................................................................................... 84

B.1.3.5 Rules for relationship qualifiers ............................................................................................................. 84

B.1.3.6 Rules for presenting relationships ........................................................................................................ 85

B.1.3.7 Rules for Placing Role names ................................................................................................................... 86

B.2 Extensions to the Common Concept MODEL ....................................................................................... 86

B.2.1 General ............................................................................................................................................................. 86

B.2.2 Additional Common Concepts — Additional Generalizations ..................................................... 86

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B.2.2.1 Generic Type of Value – Conceptual MODEL ....................................................................................... 86

B.2.2.2 Generic Assignment – Conceptual MODEL ........................................................................................... 88

B.2.2.3 Generic Section – Conceptual MODEL .................................................................................................... 88

B.2.3 Extensions to the Generic Framework .................................................................................................. 89

B.2.3.1 General ............................................................................................................................................................. 89

B.2.3.2 Alternative Text – Conceptual MODEL .................................................................................................. 89

B.2.3.3 Generic View – Conceptual MODEL ........................................................................................................ 90

B.2.3.4 Generic Loggable Object – Conceptual MODEL................................................................................... 91

B.2.3.5 Event Model – Conceptual MODEL .......................................................................................................... 91

B.2.4 Extensions to the Reusable Components ............................................................................................. 92

B.2.4.1 Employee Model – Conceptual MODEL .................................................................................................. 92

B.2.4.2 Message Model – Conceptual MODEL..................................................................................................... 93

B.2.4.2.1 Messages .................................................................................................................................................. 93

B.2.4.2.2 Publication Scope ................................................................................................................................. 94

B.2.4.3 Role Model – Conceptual MODEL ............................................................................................................ 95

B.2.4.3.1 Generic Roles ......................................................................................................................................... 95

B.2.4.3.2 Service Organization Roles ............................................................................................................... 96

B.2.4.3.3 Employee Roles ..................................................................................................................................... 97

B.2.4.3.4 Administrative Organization Roles ............................................................................................... 97

B.2.4.3.5 Technology Organization Roles ...................................................................................................... 98

B.2.4.3.6 Messaging Roles .................................................................................................................................... 99

B.2.4.3.7 Transport Customer Roles ............................................................................................................. 100

B.2.4.4 Security List – Conceptual MODEL ....................................................................................................... 100

B.2.4.5 Transfer Time – Conceptual MODEL ................................................................................................... 101

B.2.5 Data Dictionary ........................................................................................................................................... 101

B.2.5.1 General .......................................................................................................................................................... 101

B.2.5.2 ADMINISTRATIVE ORGANIZATION ROLE .......................................................................................... 102

B.2.5.3 ALTERNATIVE TEXT.................................................................................................................................. 102

B.2.5.4 ASSIGNMENT................................................................................................................................................ 102

B.2.5.5 BLACKLIST .................................................................................................................................................... 102

B.2.5.6 CLASS ATTRIBUTE ..................................................................................................................................... 103

B.2.5.7 CONDUCTOR ROLE ..................................................................................................................................... 103

B.2.5.8 CUSTOMER SERVICE PROVIDER ROLE ............................................................................................... 103

B.2.5.9 CUSTOMER SERVICE ROLE ...................................................................................................................... 104

B.2.5.10 DATA COLLECTOR ROLE ................................................................................................................. 104

B.2.5.11 DRIVER ROLE ...................................................................................................................................... 104

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B.2.5.12 EMPLOYEE ............................................................................................................................................ 104

B.2.5.13 EMPLOYEE ROLE ................................................................................................................................ 105

B.2.5.14 EVENT ..................................................................................................................................................... 105

B.2.5.15 GENERAL EVENT ................................................................................................................................. 105

B.2.5.16 GENERAL OBSERVER ROLE ............................................................................................................. 106

B.2.5.17 GENERAL SECTION ............................................................................................................................. 106

B.2.5.18 LOG .......................................................................................................................................................... 106

B.2.5.19 LOG ENTRY ........................................................................................................................................... 106

B.2.5.20 LOGGABLE OBJECT ............................................................................................................................ 107

B.2.5.21 MESSAGE ............................................................................................................................................... 107

B.2.5.22 MESSAGE PART ................................................................................................................................... 107

B.2.5.23 MESSAGE PRIORITY .......................................................................................................................... 107

B.2.5.24 ORGANIZATION ROLE ....................................................................................................................... 108

B.2.5.25 PT SCOPE ............................................................................................................................................... 108

B.2.5.26 PUBLICATION APPROVER ROLE ................................................................................................... 108

B.2.5.27 PUBLICATION DECISION .................................................................................................................. 109

B.2.5.28 PUBLICATION SCOPE ........................................................................................................................ 109

B.2.5.29 PUBLICATION WINDOW .................................................................................................................. 109

B.2.5.30 PUBLISHING ACTION ......................................................................................................................... 109

B.2.5.31 PUBLISHING CHANNEL ..................................................................................................................... 110

B.2.5.32 QUALIFICATION .................................................................................................................................. 110

B.2.5.33 REGISTRAR ROLE ............................................................................................................................... 110

B.2.5.34 SECTION ...................................................................................................................

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