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SLOVENSKI STANDARD
SIST-TP CEN/TR 12896-9:2019
01-november-2019
Nadomešča:
SIST-TP CEN/TR 12896-9:2016
Javni prevoz - Referenčni podatkovni model - 9. del: Informativna dokumentacija
Public transport - Reference data model - Part 9: Informative documentation
Ãffentlicher Verkehr - Datenreferenzmodell - Teil 9: Informative Dokumentation
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: CEN/TR 12896-9:2019
ICS:
35.240.60 Uporabniške rešitve IT v IT applications in transport
prometu
SIST-TP CEN/TR 12896-9:2019 en,fr,de

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

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TECHNICAL REPORT
RAPPORT TECHNIQUE
August 2019
TECHNISCHER BERICHT
ICS 35.240.60 Supersedes CEN/TR 12896-9:2016
English Version
Public transport - Reference data model - Part 9:
Informative documentation
Öffentlicher Verkehr - Datenreferenzmodell - Teil 9:
Informative Dokumentation

This Technical Report was approved by CEN on 5 August 2019. It has been drawn up by the Technical Committee CEN/TC 278.

CEN members are the national standards bodies of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia,

Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway,

Poland, Portugal, Republic of North Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and

United Kingdom.
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© 2019 CEN All rights of exploitation in any form and by any means reserved Ref. No. CEN/TR 12896-9:2019 E

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Contents Page

European foreword ....................................................................................................................................................... 4

1 Introduction ...................................................................................................................................................... 5

2 Complete Data Dictionary ............................................................................................................................ 6

2.1 Introduction ...................................................................................................................................................... 6

2.2 Data Dictionary ................................................................................................................................................ 6

2.2.1 Transmodel v6.0 .............................................................................................................................................. 6

3 Overview of Transmodel ...................................................................................................................... 1191

3.1 Transmodel Parts and Packages........................................................................................................ 1191

3.1.1 General Structure .................................................................................................................................... 1191

3.1.2 Model Parts in Relation to Different Transportation Stages ................................................... 1191

3.1.3 Common Concepts ................................................................................................................................... 1192

3.1.4 Packages Specific to Public Transport Planning and Operation ............................................ 1195

4 Dependency Diagrams .......................................................................................................................... 1197

4.1 Model and Package Dependencies .................................................................................................... 1197

4.1.1 Introduction .............................................................................................................................................. 1197

4.1.2 Motivation .................................................................................................................................................. 1197

4.1.3 High-level Dependencies for Transmodel ...................................................................................... 1198

4.2 Transmodel All Parts – High-level Package Dependencies ...................................................... 1198

4.3 Part 1 High-level Package Dependencies ....................................................................................... 1198

4.4 Part 1 Model Dependencies ................................................................................................................. 1199

4.4.1 Part 1 High-level Package Dependencies ....................................................................................... 1199

4.4.2 Part 1 Packages and Dependencies .................................................................................................. 1199

4.4.3 Part 1 Version & Validity Model Dependencies ........................................................................... 1200

4.4.4 Part 1 Generic Framework Model Dependencies ........................................................................ 1201

4.4.5 Part 1 Reusable Component Model Dependencies ..................................................................... 1202

4.4.6 Part 1 Reusable Equipment Model Dependencies ...................................................................... 1202

4.4.7 Part 1 Explicit Frames Model Dependencies ................................................................................. 1203

4.4.8 Part 1 Additional Framework Model Dependencies .................................................................. 1204

4.4.9 Part 1 Additional Reusable Component Model Dependencies ............................................... 1205

4.5 Part 2 Model Dependencies ................................................................................................................. 1206

4.5.1 Part 2 High-level Package Dependencies ....................................................................................... 1206

4.5.2 Part 2 Packages and Dependencies .................................................................................................. 1207

4.5.3 Part 2 Network Model Dependencies .............................................................................................. 1208

4.5.4 Part 2 Fixed Object General Model Dependencies ...................................................................... 1208

4.5.5 Part 2 Fixed Object Equipment Model Dependencies ................................................................ 1209

4.5.6 Part 2 Local Service Model Dependencies ...................................................................................... 1210

4.5.7 Part 2 Tactical Planning Model Dependencies ............................................................................. 1211

4.5.8 Part 2 Tactical Planning Assignment Model Dependencies ..................................................... 1212

4.5.9 Part 2 Infrastructure Frame Model Dependencies ..................................................................... 1213

4.5.10 Part 2 Site Frame Model Dependencies .......................................................................................... 1214

4.5.11 Part 2 Service Frame Model Dependencies ................................................................................... 1215

4.6 Part 3 Model Dependencies ................................................................................................................. 1216

4.6.1 Part 3 High-level Package Dependencies ....................................................................................... 1216

4.6.2 Part 3 Packages and Dependencies .................................................................................................. 1217

4.6.3 Part 3 Timing Information Model Dependencies ........................................................................ 1218

4.6.4 Part 3 Other Model Dependencies .................................................................................................... 1218

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4.6.5 Part 3 Timetable Frame Model Dependencies .............................................................................. 1219

4.7 Part 4 Model Dependencies ................................................................................................................. 1220

4.7.1 Part 4 High-level Package Dependencies ........................................................................................ 1220

4.7.2 Part 4 Packages and Dependencies ................................................................................................... 1221

4.8 Part 5 Model Dependencies ................................................................................................................. 1222

4.8.1 Part 5 High-level Package Dependencies ........................................................................................ 1222

4.8.2 Part 5 Packages and Dependencies ................................................................................................... 1223

4.8.3 Part 5 Fare Structure Model Dependencies ................................................................................... 1223

4.8.4 Part 5 Access Right Model Dependencies ....................................................................................... 1224

4.8.5 Part 5 Usage Parameter Model Dependencies .............................................................................. 1225

4.8.6 Part 5 Sales Description Model Dependencies .............................................................................. 1226

4.8.7 Part 5 Sales Transaction Model Dependencies ............................................................................. 1227

4.8.8 Part 5 Explicit Frames Model Dependencies ................................................................................. 1228

4.8.9 Part 5 Sales Event Model Dependencies .......................................................................................... 1229

4.8.10 Part 5 Control & Validation Model Dependencies ....................................................................... 1230

4.9 Part 6 Model Dependencies ................................................................................................................. 1231

4.9.1 Part 6 High-level Package Dependencies ........................................................................................ 1231

4.9.2 Part 6 Trip Description Model Dependencies ............................................................................... 1232

4.9.3 Part 6 Trip Query Model Dependencies .......................................................................................... 1233

4.10 Part 7 Model Dependencies ................................................................................................................. 1233

4.10.1 Part 7 High-level Package Dependencies ........................................................................................ 1233

4.11 Part 8 Model Dependencies ................................................................................................................. 1234

Annex A Model Evolution .................................................................................................................................... 1235

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European foreword

This document (CEN/TR 12896-9:2019) has been prepared by Technical Committee CEN/TC 278

“Intelligent transport systems”, the secretariat of which is held by NEN.

Attention is drawn to the possibility that some of the elements of this document may be the subject of

patent rights. CEN shall not be held responsible for identifying any or all such patent rights.

This document supersedes CEN/TR 12896-9:2016.
The Transmodel v6 series is composed of the following documents:
 Public transport - reference data model - Part 1: Common Concepts;
 Public transport - reference data model - Part 2: Public Transport Network;

 Public transport - reference data model - Part 3: Timing Information and Vehicle Scheduling;

 Public transport - reference data model - Part 4: Operations Monitoring and Control;

 Public transport - reference data model - Part 5: Fare Management;
 Public transport - reference data model - Part 6: Passenger Information;
 Public transport - reference data model - Part 7: Driver Management; and

 Public transport - reference data model - Part 8: Management Information and Statistics.

Together these create version 6 of the European Standard EN 12896, known as “Transmodel”, and thus

replace EN 12896:2006, known as “Transmodel v5.1”.

This informative document provides supplementary information to that contained in the formal

European Standard to help those implementing the Standard.
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Introduction

This document documents further information related to parts 1 to 8 of version 6 of the "Public Transport

– Reference Data Model" (Transmodel v6.0) European Standard, EN 12896. This information is

particularly useful for those who need additional guidance as regards Transmodel structure and/or

intend to implement sub-models. The various sections of the document provide:

 A Complete Data Dictionary (merging and extending the information contained in each separate Part

of the Standard that has been published to date) [section 2];

 An overview of the whole of Transmodel to provide an understanding of how the model is structured

[section 3]

 An explanation of how each component model links with other components [section 4]

 An Annex providing a table which shows the evolution of the terms used in Transmodel v6.0 from

the previous Transmodel v5.1 and IFOPT European Standards [Annex A]
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1 Scope
The standards provides informative and didactical material to users.
2 Normative references

The following documents are referred to in the text in such a way that some or all of their content

constitutes requirements of this document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For

undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies.

EN 12896-1: 2016, Public transport - Reference data model - Part 1: Common concepts

3 Terms and definitions

For the purposes of this document, the terms and definitions given in EN 12896-1: 2016 apply.

ISO and IEC maintain terminological databases for use in standardization at the following addresses:

• IEC Electropedia: available at http://www.electropedia.org/
• ISO Online browsing platform: available at http://www.iso.org/obp
4 Complete Data Dictionary
4.1 Introduction

The sections which follow show the complete data dictionary for Transmodel v6.0. Each term is defined

only once and the relevant Transmodel part and package are indicated immediately after each term and

before the definition.
The Data Types shown in the tables in this section are not mandatory.
4.2 Data Dictionary
4.2.1 Transmodel v6.0
4.2.1.1 ABSENCE

(Part 7 - Driver Management (DM)::PD Personnel Disposition MODEL::DM Driver Assignment

MODEL::ABSENCE)

An ABSENCE represents an actual absence of an EMPLOYEE from work on a particular OPERATING DAY

for a specified time.
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Table 1 — ABSENCE — Relations
Source Target
ABSENCE LOG ENTRY
Relation type: Generalization
ABSENCE OPERATING DAY
Role: on Role: of
Cardinality: 0..* Cardinality: 1
Relation type: Association
EMPLOYEE ABSENCE
Role: in Role: for
Cardinality: 1 Cardinality: *
Relation type: Association
TYPE OF ABSENCE ABSENCE
Role: classifying Role: classified as
Cardinality: 1 Cardinality: 0..*
Relation type: Association
Table 1 — ABSENCE — Attributes
Classifi- Name Type cardinality Description
cation
::> ::> LOG ENTRY ::> ABSENCE inherits from LOG ENTRY
Order positiveInteger 1:1 Order of ABSENCE during OPERATING DAY.
StartTime time 0:1 Start time of ABSENCE.
EndTime time 0:1 End time of ABSENCE.
«UID» Id 1:1 Identifier of ABSENCE.
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4.2.1.2 ACCESS

(Part 1 - Common Concepts (CC)::CC Generic Framework MODEL::CC Generic Place MODEL::ACCESS )

The physical (spatial) possibility for a passenger to access or leave the public transport system. This link

may be used during a trip for:- the walking movement of a passenger from a PLACE (origin of the trip) to

a SCHEDULED STOP POINT (origin of the PT TRIP), or- the walking movement from a SCHEDULED STOP

POINT (destination of the PT TRIP) to a PLACE (destination of the trip).
Table 2 - ACCESS – Relations
Source Target
ACCESS SITE FRAME
Cardinality: 0..*
Relation type: Aggregation
ACCESS TRANSFER
Relation type: Generalization
ACCESS END ACCESS
Role: start of Role: from
Cardinality: 1 Cardinality: 0..*
Relation type: Association
ACCESS LEG ACCESS
Role: using Role: according to
Cardinality: 0..* Cardinality: 0..1
Relation type: Association
ACCESS END ACCESS
Role: end of Role: to
Cardinality: 1 Cardinality: 0..*
Relation type: Association
Table 3 - ACCESS – Attributes
Classifi- Name Type cardinality Description
cation
::> ::> TRANSFER ::> ACCESS inherits from TRANSFER
«UID» Id AccessIdType 1:1 Identifier of ACCESS link.
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4.2.1.3 ACCESS END

(Part 1 - Common Concepts (CC)::CC Generic Framework MODEL::CC Generic Place MODEL::ACCESS

END)
Origin or destination end of an ACCESS link. May indicate a POINT and/or PLACE.
Table 4 - ACCESS END – Relations
Source Target
ACCESS END PLACE
Role: a view of Role: viewed as
Cardinality: 0..* Cardinality: 0..1
Relation type: Association
ACCESS END ACCESS
Role: start of Role: from
Cardinality: 1 Cardinality: 0..*
Relation type: Association
ACCESS END POINT
Role: a view of Role: viewed as
Cardinality: 0..* Cardinality: 0..1
Relation type: Association
ACCESS END ACCESS
Role: end of Role: to
Cardinality: 1 Cardinality: 0..*
Relation type: Association
Table 5 - ACCESS END – Attributes
Classifi- Name Type cardinality Description
cation
::> ::> ::> ACCESS END doesn't inherit from another class
4.2.1.4 ACCESS LEG

(Part 6 - Passenger Information (PI)::TD Trip Description MODEL::TD Passenger Trip MODEL::ACCESS

LEG)
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A part of a TRIP PATTERN corresponding to the movement of a passenger when not on a public transport

vehicle, from an origin PLACE to a SCHEDULED STOP POINT, or a SCHEDULED STOP POINT to a

destination PLACE. May reference an ACCESS.
Table 6 - ACCESS LEG – Relations
Source Target
ACCESS LEG Note
Relation type: NoteLink
ACCESS LEG ACCESS
Role: using Role: according to
Cardinality: 0..* Cardinality: 0..1
Relation type: Association
ACCESS LEG LEG
Relation type: Generalization
Table 7 - ACCESS LEG – Attributes
Classifi- Name Type cardinality Description
cation
::> ::> LEG ::> ACCESS LEG inherits from LEG
«UID» id AccessLegIdType 1:1 Identifier of ACCESS LEG.
4.2.1.5 ACCESS MODE

(Part 1 - Common Concepts (CC)::CC Reusable Components MODEL::CC Transport Mode MODEL::ACCESS

MODE)

A characterisation of the passenger movement according to the means of transport different from public

transport (e.g. walk, bicycle, etc)
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Table 8 - ACCESS MODE – Relations
Source Target
ACCESS MODE Note
Relation type: NoteLink
ACCESS MODE MODE
Relation type: Generalization
TRIP ACCESS CONSTRAINT ACCESS MODE
Role: limit to Role: determining
Cardinality: 0..* Cardinality: 0..*
Relation type: Association
NAVIGATION PATH ACCESS MODE
Role: accessed by Role: for
Cardinality: 0..* Cardinality: 0..*
Relation type: Association
SITE ELEMENT ACCESS MODE
Role: accessed by Role: for
Cardinality: 0..* Cardinality: 0..*
Relation type: Association
Note ACCESS MODE
Relation type: NoteLink
Table 9 - ACCESS MODE – Attributes
Classifi- Name Type cardinality Description
cation
::> ::> MODE ::> ACCESS MODE inherits from MODE
«UID» Id 1:1 Identifier of ACCESS MODE.
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4.2.1.6 ACCESS RIGHT IN PRODUCT

(Part 5 - Fare Management (FM)::AR Access Rights Description MODEL::AR Types of Fare Product MODEL

::ACCESS RIGHT IN PRODUCT)

A VALIDABLE ELEMENT as a part of a PRE-ASSIGNED FARE PRODUCT, including its possible order in the

set of all VALIDABLE ELEMENTs grouped together to define the access right assigned to that PRE-

ASSIGNED FARE PRODUCT.
Table 10 - ACCESS RIGHT IN PRODUCT – Relations
Source Target
ACCESS RIGHT IN PRODUCT VALIDABLE ELEMENT
Role: a view of Role: viewed as
Cardinality: 0..* Cardinality: 1
Relation type: Association
ACCESS RIGHT IN PRODUCT FARE ELEMENT IN SEQUENCE
Relation type: Generalization
ACCESS RIGHT IN PRODUCT PRE-ASSIGNED FARE PRODUCT
Role: included in Role: composed of
Cardinality: 1..*
Relation type: Aggregation
Table 11 - ACCESS RIGHT IN PRODUCT – Attributes
Classifi- Name Type cardinality Description
cation
::> ::> FARE ELEMENT IN ::> ACCESS RIGHT IN PRODUCT inherits from FARE
SEQUENCE ELEMENT IN SEQUENCE
«UID» id AccessRightInProductIdTy 1:1 Identifier of ACCESS RIGHT IN PRODUCT.
4.2.1.7 ACCESS RIGHT PARAMETER ASSIGNMENT

(Part 5 - Fare Management (FM)::AR Access Rights Description MODEL::AR Access Right Parameters

MODEL ::AR Access Right Parameter Assignment MODEL::ACCESS RIGHT PARAMETER ASSIGNMENT)

The assignment of a fare collection parameter (referring to geography, time, quality or usage) to an

element of a fare system (access right, validated access, control mean, etc.).
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Table 12 - ACCESS RIGHT PARAMETER ASSIGNMENT – Relations
Source Target
ACCESS RIGHT PARAMETER SCOPING VALIDITY PARAMETER
ASSIGNMENT
Role: assigned to
Role: for
Cardinality: 0..*
Relation type: Association
ACCESS RIGHT PARAMETER ACCESS RIGHT PARAMETER
ASSIGNMENT ASSIGNMENT
Role: including Role: included in
Relation type: Association Cardinality: 0..*
ACCESS RIGHT PARAMETER TEMPORAL VALIDITY PARAMETER
ASSIGNMENT
Role: assigned to
Role: for
Cardinality: 0..*
Relation type: Association
ACCESS RIGHT PARAMETER TRIP FARE REQUEST FILTER
ASSIGNMENT
Role: limit to
Role: limiting
Cardinality: 0..*
Relation type: Aggregation
ACCESS RIGHT PARAMETER USAGE PARAMETER
ASSIGNMENT
Role: assigned to
Role: for
Cardinality: 0..*
Cardinality: 0..*
Relation type: Association
ACCESS RIGHT PARAMETER FARE EASEMENT PARAMETER
ASSIGNMENT CHANGE
Role: replacement Role: eased by
Cardinality: 0..*
Relation type: Aggregation
ACCESS RIGHT PARAMETER FARE EASEMENT PARAMETER
ASSIGNMENT CHANGE
Role: normal Role: eases
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Source Target
Cardinality: 0..1
Relation type: Aggregation
ACCESS RIGHT PARAMETER ASSIGNMENT
ASSIGNMENT
Relation type: Generalization
ACCESS RIGHT PARAMETER ComparisonOperatorEnum
ASSIGNMENT
Relation type: Dependency
ACCESS RIGHT PARAMETER FARE FRAME
ASSIGNMENT
Cardinality: *
Relation type: Aggregation
ACCESS RIGHT PARAMETER TYPE OF ACCESS RIGHT ASSIGNMENT
ASSIGNMENT
Role: a classification for
Role: classified as
Cardinality: 0..1
Cardinality: 0..*
Relation type: Association
ACCESS RIGHT PARAMETER LogicalOperatorEnum
ASSIGNMENT
Relation type: Dependency
ACCESS RIGHT PARAMETER FARE SECTION
ASSIGNMENT
Role: assigned to
Role: for
Cardinality: 0..1
Cardinality: *
Relation type: Association
ACCESS RIGHT PARAMETER ACCESS RIGHT PARAMETER
ASSIGNMENT ASSIGNMENT
Role: including Role: included in
Relation type: Association Cardinality: 0..*
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CONTROL PARAMETER ASSIGNMENT ACCESS RIGHT PARAMETER
ASSIGNMENT
Relation type: Generalization
Note ACCESS RIGHT PARAMETER
ASSIGNMENT
Relation type: NoteLink
VALIDATION PARAMETER ACCESS RIGHT PARAMETER
ASSIGNMENT ASSIGNMENT
Relation type: Generalization
Note ACCESS RIGHT PARAMETER
ASSIGNMENT
Relation type: NoteLink
Note ACCESS RIGHT PARAMETER
ASSIGNMENT
Relation type: NoteLink
DEVICE PARAMETER ASSIGNMENT ACCESS RIGHT PARAMETER
ASSIGNMENT
Relation type: Generalization
Note ACCESS RIGHT PARAMETER
ASSIGNMENT
Relation type: NoteLink
VALIDITY PARAMETER ASSIGNMENT ACCESS RIGHT PARAMETER
ASSIGNMENT
Relation type: Generalization
Note ACCESS RIGHT PARAMETER
ASSIGNMENT
Relation type: NoteLink
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Table 13 - ACCESS RIGHT PARAMETER ASSIGNMENT – Attributes
Classifi- Name Type cardinality Description
cation
::> ::> ASSIGNMENT ::> ACCESS RIGHT PARAMETER ASSIGNMENT inherits
from ASSIGNMENT
«UID» id AccessRightParameterAssi 1:1 Identifier of ACCESS RIGHT PARAMETER
gnmentIdType ASSIGNMENT.
IsAllowed boolean 0:1 Whether the specified assignments are allowed
(true) or not (false).
Name MultilingualString 0:1 Name of ACCESS RIGHT PARAMETER ASSIGNMENT.
Description MultilingualString 0:1 Description of ACCESS RIGHT PARAMETER
ASSIGNMENT.

ValidityParamete LogicalOperatorEnum 0:1 Operator to use to combine Validity Parameter

rGroupingType elements.

ValidityParamete ComparisonOperatorEnum 0:1 Nature of comparison with assignment values

rAssignmentType
4.2.1.8 ACCESS SPACE

(Part 2 - Public Transport Network Topology (NT)::FO Fixed Object MODEL ::NT Stop Place

MODEL::ACCESS SPACE)

A passenger area within a STOP PLACE such as a concourse or booking hall, immigration hall or security

area that is accessible by passengers, but without a direct access to vehicles. Direct access to a VEHICLE

is always from a QUAY and/or BOARDING POSITION. An ACCESS SPACE may be a Room, Hall, Concourse,

Corridor, or bounded open space within a STOP PLACE.
Table 14 - ACCESS SPACE – Relations
Source Target
ACCESS SPACE ACCESS SPACE
Cardinality: 0..* Cardinality: 1
Relation type: Association
ACCESS SPACE STOP PLACE
Role: in Role: containing
Cardinality: 0..*
Relation type: Aggregation
ACCESS SPACE STOP PLACE SPACE
Relation type: Generalization
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ACCESS SPACE TYPE OF PASSAGE
Role: classified as Role: a classification for
Cardinality: 0..* Cardinality: 0..1
Relation type: Association
ACCESS SPACE ACCESS SPACE
Cardinality: 0..* Cardinality: 1
Relation type: Association
Table 15 - ACCESS SPACE – Attributes
Classifi- Name Type cardinality Description
cation
::> ::> STOP PLACE SPACE ::> ACCESS SPACE inherits from STOP PLACE SPACE
«UID» Id AccessSpaceIdType 1:1 Identifier of ACCESS SPACE.
AccessSpaceType AccessSpaceTypeEnum 0:1 Type of ACCESS SPACE.
4.2.1.9 ACCESS ZONE

(Part 2 - Public Transport Network Topology (NT)::FO Fixed Object MODEL ::NT Site MODEL::ACCESS

ZONE)

A ZONE for which the duration to cover any ACCESS link to a particular SCHEDULED STOP POINT is the

same.
Table 16 - ACCESS ZONE – Relations
Source Target
ACCESS ZONE ZONE
Relation type: Generalization
SITE ACCESS ZONE
Role: a reference for Role: referenced by
Cardinality: 0..1 Cardinality: 0..*
Relation type: Association
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Table 17 - ACCESS ZONE – Attributes
Classifi- Name Type cardinality Description
cation
::> ::> ZONE ::> ACCESS ZONE inherits from ZONE
«UID» Id AccessZoneIdType 1:1 Identifier of ACCESS ZONE.
4.2.1.10 ACCESSED FARE STRUCTURE ELEMENT

(Part 5 - Fare Management (FM)::FC Validation and Control MODEL::FC Access Right Validation

MODEL::ACCESSED FARE STRUCTURE ELEMENT)
A validated use of a FARE STRUCTURE ELEMENT, composed of CONTROLLED ACCESSes.
Table 18 - ACCESSED FARE STRUCTURE ELEMENT – Relations
Source Target
ACCESSED FARE STRUCTURE FARE STRUCTURE ELEMENT
ELEMENT
Role: consumed by
Role: validated as
Cardinality: 1
Cardinality: 0..*
Relation type: Association
VALIDATED ACCESS ACCESSED FARE STRUCTURE
ELEMENT
Role: composed of
Role: included in
Relation type: Association
Cardinality: 1..*
VALIDATION PARAMETER ACCESSED FARE STRUCTURE
ASSIGNMENT ELEMENT
Role: specifying Role: specified by
Cardinality: 0..*
Relation type: Association
CONTROLLED ACCESS ACCESSED FARE STRUCTURE
ELEMENT
Role: included in
Rol
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