Public transport - Network and Timetable Exchange (NeTEx) - Part 1: Public transport network topology exchange format

1.1   General
NeTEx is dedicated to the exchange of scheduled data (network, timetable and fare information). It is based on Transmodel V6 (EN 12896 series) and SIRI (CEN/TS 15531-4/-5 and EN 15531-1/-2/-3) and supports the exchange of information of relevance for passenger information about public transport services and also for running Automated Vehicle Monitoring Systems (AVMS).
NOTE   Many NeTEx concepts are taken directly from Transmodel; the definitions and explanation of these concepts are extracted directly from the respective standard and reused in NeTEx, sometimes with adaptions in order to fit the NeTEx context.
Although the data exchanges targeted by NeTEx are predominantly oriented towards provisioning passenger information systems and AVMS with data from transit scheduling systems, it is not restricted to this purpose and NeTEx can also provide an effective solution to many other use cases for transport data exchange.
1.2   Transport modes
All mass public transport modes are taken into account by NeTEx, including train, bus, coach, metro, tramway, ferry, and their submodes. It is possible to describe airports and air journeys, but there has not been any specific consideration of any additional requirements that apply specifically to air transport.
1.3   Compatibility with existing standards and recommendations
Concepts covered in NeTEx that relate in particular to long-distance train travel include; rail operators and related organizations; stations and related equipment; journey coupling and journey parts; train composition and facilities; planned passing times; timetable versions and validity conditions.
In the case of long distance train the NeTEx takes into account the requirements formulated by the ERA (European Rail Agency) - TAP/TSI (Telematics Applications for Passenger/ Technical Specification for Interoperability, entered into force on 13 May 2011 as the Commission Regulation (EU) No 454/2011), based on UIC directives.
As regards the other exchange protocols, a formal compatibility is ensured with TransXChange (UK), VDV 452 (Germany), NEPTUNE (France), UIC Leaflet, BISON (The Netherlands) and NOPTIS (Nordic Public Transport Interface Standard).
The data exchange is possible either through dedicated web services, through data file exchanges, or using the SIRI exchange protocol as described in part 2 of the SIRI documentation.

Öffentlicher Verkehr - Netzwerk- und Fahrplan-Austausch (NeTEx) - Teil 1: Austauschformat für Netzwerk-Topologie im öffentlichen Verkehr

Transport Public - Échanges des informations planifiées (NeTEx) - Partie 1: Topologie du réseau

Javni prevoz - Izmenjava omrežnih in voznorednih podatkov (NeTEx) - 1. del: Izmenjavni format za topologijo omrežja javnega prevoza

General Information

Status
Published
Publication Date
10-Jun-2020
Technical Committee
Current Stage
6060 - National Implementation/Publication (Adopted Project)
Start Date
14-May-2020
Due Date
19-Jul-2020
Completion Date
11-Jun-2020

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SLOVENSKI STANDARD
SIST-TS CEN/TS 16614-1:2020
01-julij-2020
Nadomešča:
SIST-TS CEN/TS 16614-1:2014
Javni prevoz - Izmenjava omrežnih in voznorednih podatkov (NeTEx) - 1. del:
Izmenjavni format za topologijo omrežja javnega prevoza

Public transport - Network and Timetable Exchange (NeTEx) - Part 1: Public transport

network topology exchange format
Öffentlicher Verkehr - Netzwerk- und Fahrplan-Austausch (NeTEx) - Teil 1:
Austauschformat für Netzwerk-Topologie im öffentlichen Verkehr

Transport Public - Échanges des informations planifiées (NeTEx) - Partie 1: Topologie du

réseau
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: CEN/TS 16614-1:2020
ICS:
03.220.01 Transport na splošno Transport in general
35.240.60 Uporabniške rešitve IT v IT applications in transport
prometu
SIST-TS CEN/TS 16614-1:2020 en,fr,de

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

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CEN/TS 16614-1
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
SPÉCIFICATION TECHNIQUE
April 2020
TECHNISCHE SPEZIFIKATION
ICS 35.240.60 Supersedes CEN/TS 16614-1:2014
English Version
Public transport - Network and Timetable Exchange
(NeTEx) - Part 1: Public transport network topology
exchange format

Transport Public - Échanges des informations Öffentlicher Verkehr - Netzwerk- und Fahrplan-

planifiées (NeTEx) - Partie 1: Topologie du réseau Austausch (NeTEx) - Teil 1: Austauschformat für

Netzwerk-Topologie im öffentlichen Verkehr

This Technical Specification (CEN/TS) was approved by CEN on 8 December 2019 for provisional application.

The period of validity of this CEN/TS is limited initially to three years. After two years the members of CEN will be requested to

submit their comments, particularly on the question whether the CEN/TS can be converted into a European Standard.

CEN members are required to announce the existence of this CEN/TS in the same way as for an EN and to make the CEN/TS

available promptly at national level in an appropriate form. It is permissible to keep conflicting national standards in force (in

parallel to the CEN/TS) until the final decision about the possible conversion of the CEN/TS into an EN is reached.

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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Contents Page

European foreword ....................................................................................................................................................... 6

1 Scope .................................................................................................................................................................... 8

1.1 General ................................................................................................................................................................ 8

1.2 Transport modes ............................................................................................................................................. 8

1.3 Compatibility with existing standards and recommendations ...................................................... 8

2 Normative references .................................................................................................................................... 8

3 Terms and definitions ................................................................................................................................... 9

4 Symbols and abbreviations ...................................................................................................................... 63

5 Use Cases for Network Topology Exchange ........................................................................................ 65

5.1 Purpose ............................................................................................................................................................ 65

5.2 Actors and Use Case Types ........................................................................................................................ 65

5.2.1 Actors ................................................................................................................................................................ 65

5.2.2 Delivery Use Cases ....................................................................................................................................... 66

5.2.3 Content Use Cases ........................................................................................................................................ 67

5.2.4 Object Lifecycle Support Use Cases ........................................................................................................ 69

5.2.5 Security Use Cases ........................................................................................................................................ 69

5.2.6 Excluded Use Cases ...................................................................................................................................... 69

5.3 Use Cases ......................................................................................................................................................... 70

5.3.1 Requirements Table .................................................................................................................................... 70

5.3.2 Collection of Use Cases ............................................................................................................................... 77

6 Generic Physical Model and XSD mapping rules ............................................................................. 110

6.1 Introduction ................................................................................................................................................. 110

6.2 Model Driven Design ................................................................................................................................. 110

6.3 Models – levels of abstraction. ............................................................................................................... 111

6.4 Open Implementation and technology use ....................................................................................... 112

6.5 Models versus Protocols .......................................................................................................................... 113

6.6 Modularisation ............................................................................................................................................ 113

6.7 Summary of Modelling Approach ......................................................................................................... 114

6.7.1 General ........................................................................................................................................................... 114

6.7.2 Use of packages in NeTEx models ......................................................................................................... 115

6.8 Model transforms and Traceability ..................................................................................................... 116

6.8.1 General ........................................................................................................................................................... 116

6.8.2 Conceptual Model UML Package ........................................................................................................... 116

6.8.3 Physical Model UML Container Packages and Mapping from Conceptual model ............... 116

6.8.4 XSD Model subschemas and Mapping from Physical model ....................................................... 117

6.8.5 Summary of Basic Mapping .................................................................................................................... 117

6.9 Physical model to XSD schema mapping notes ............................................................................... 118

6.10 Uniqueness of reference and Namespaces ........................................................................................ 119

6.11 Handling of inheritance ........................................................................................................................... 119

6.12 NeTEx Notation, presentation and naming conventions ............................................................. 119

6.12.1 General ........................................................................................................................................................... 119

6.12.2 Presentation of Element Names ............................................................................................................ 120

6.12.3 Presentation of Data Type Names ........................................................................................................ 120

6.12.4 Naming conventions .................................................................................................................................. 120

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6.12.5 Presentation of UML Diagrams ............................................................................................................. 121

6.12.6 Use of Stereotypes ..................................................................................................................................... 122

6.12.7 Use of Colour ................................................................................................................................................ 122

6.13 Mapping between models in NeTEx .................................................................................................... 122

6.13.1 Common Design Patterns in NeTEx ..................................................................................................... 122

6.13.2 Mapping Example – Thing Model ......................................................................................................... 123

6.13.3 Mapping Example – Handling Inheritance the SubThing Model ............................................... 131

7 NeTEx Framework - Conceptual and Physical data model ......................................................... 136

7.1 Introduction................................................................................................................................................. 136

7.2 Implementing Transmodel framework features in NeTEx ........................................................ 137

7.3 Versions & Validity .................................................................................................................................... 138

7.3.1 Introduction................................................................................................................................................. 138

7.3.2 Version & Validity – Model Dependencies ........................................................................................ 138

7.3.3 Generic Entity .............................................................................................................................................. 139

7.3.4 Generic Version .......................................................................................................................................... 149

7.3.5 Implementing relationships in NeTEx ............................................................................................... 163

7.3.6 Generic Version Frame ............................................................................................................................ 169

7.3.7 Generic Validity .......................................................................................................................................... 191

7.4 Responsibility ............................................................................................................................................. 199

7.4.1 Introduction................................................................................................................................................. 199

7.4.2 Responsibility – Model Dependencies ............................................................................................... 200

7.4.3 Generic Responsibility ............................................................................................................................. 201

7.4.4 Responsibility Role ................................................................................................................................... 215

7.4.5 AlternativeText .......................................................................................................................................... 223

7.4.6 Alternative Name ....................................................................................................................................... 226

7.4.7 Generic Organisation ................................................................................................................................ 230

7.5 Generic Frames ........................................................................................................................................... 247

7.5.1 Composite Frame ....................................................................................................................................... 248

7.5.2 General Frame ............................................................................................................................................ 249

7.6 Generic Framework Model ..................................................................................................................... 251

7.6.1 Generic Framework – Model Dependencies .................................................................................... 252

7.6.2 Unit & Utility Base Types ........................................................................................................................ 253

7.6.3 Location ......................................................................................................................................................... 266

7.6.4 Generic Grouping ....................................................................................................................................... 271

7.6.5 Generic Point & Link ................................................................................................................................. 280

7.6.6 Generic Section ........................................................................................................................................... 291

7.6.7 Generic Point & Link Sequence ............................................................................................................. 299

7.6.8 Generic Zone and Feature ....................................................................................................................... 305

7.6.9 Generic Projection ..................................................................................................................................... 314

7.6.10 Generic Place ............................................................................................................................................... 333

7.6.11 Generic Assignment .................................................................................................................................. 342

7.6.12 Generic Layer .............................................................................................................................................. 345

7.6.13 Accessibility ................................................................................................................................................. 348

7.7 Reusable Components .............................................................................................................................. 364

7.7.1 Reusable Components – Model Dependencies ................................................................................ 364

7.7.2 Resource Frame.......................................................................................................................................... 366

7.7.3 Transport Mode .......................................................................................................................................... 370

7.7.4 Transport Submode .................................................................................................................................. 375

7.7.5 Service Calendar ........................................................................................................................................ 380

7.7.6 Availability Condition .............................................................................................................................. 405

7.7.7 Topographic Place ..................................................................................................................................... 409

7.7.8 Transport Organisation ........................................................................................................................... 423

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7.7.9 Generic Equipment .................................................................................................................................... 435

7.7.10 Additional Organisations ........................................................................................................................ 450

7.7.11 Vehicle Type ................................................................................................................................................. 456

7.7.12 Actual Vehicle Equipment ....................................................................................................................... 471

7.7.13 Vehicle Passenger Equipment ............................................................................................................... 473

7.7.14 Facility ............................................................................................................................................................ 478

7.7.15 Service Restrictions ................................................................................................................................... 512

7.7.16 Train ............................................................................................................................................................... 520

7.7.17 Schematic Map ............................................................................................................................................. 532

7.7.18 Notice .............................................................................................................................................................. 538

7.7.19 Security List .................................................................................................................................................. 549

8 Part 1 – The Network Topology ............................................................................................................ 555

8.1 Network Description – Model dependencies ................................................................................... 556

8.2 Network Description – Version Frarmes ........................................................................................... 558

8.2.1 Infrastructure Frame ................................................................................................................................ 558

8.2.2 Service Frame .............................................................................................................................................. 562

8.3 Network Description – Subsystem ....................................................................................................... 565

8.3.1 Network Infrastructure ........................................................................................................................... 565

8.3.2 Activation ...................................................................................................................................................... 587

8.3.3 Vehicle & Crew Point ................................................................................................................................. 594

8.3.4 Lines and Routes ........................................................................................................................................ 600

8.3.5 Line Network ............................................................................................................................................... 637

8.3.6 Timing Pattern ............................................................................................................................................ 646

8.3.7 Flexible Network ........................................................................................................................................ 657

8.4 Fixed Objects – Subsystem ...................................................................................................................... 670

8.4.1 Fixed Objects – Model Dependencies .................................................................................................. 670

8.4.2 Site Frame ..................................................................................................................................................... 671

8.4.3 Site ................................................................................................................................................................... 675

8.4.4 Stop Place ...................................................................................................................................................... 698

8.4.5 Flexible Stop Place ..................................................................................................................................... 735

8.4.6 Point Of Interest ......................................................................................................................................... 741

8.4.7 Associating Equipment with Places ..................................................................................................... 756

8.4.8 Equipment Description ............................................................................................................................ 757

8.4.9 Path Links ..................................................................................................................................................... 853

8.4.10 Navigation Paths ......................................................................................................................................... 869

8.4.11 Check Constraint ........................................................................................................................................ 893

8.4.12 Parking ........................................................................................................................................................... 903

8.4.13 Vehicle Stopping ......................................................................................................................................... 924

8.4.14 Accessibility Coverage .............................................................................................................................. 932

8.4.15 Accessibility Coverage of Paths ............................................................................................................. 933

8.5 Tactical Planning Components – Subsystem .................................................................................... 935

8.5.1 Tactical Planning – Model Dependencies .......................................................................................... 935

8.5.2 Connections & Transfer times ............................................................................................................... 936

8.5.3 Journey Pattern ........................................................................................................................................... 950

8.5.4 Service Pattern ............................................................................................................................................ 964

8.5.5 Common Section ......................................................................................................................................... 989

8.5.6 Routing Constraints ................................................................................................................................... 993

8.5.7 Time Demand Type ................................................................................................................................... 999

8.5.8 Passenger Stop Assignment ................................................................................................................. 1007

8.5.9 Train Stop Assignment .......................................................................................................................... 1015

8.5.10 Path Assignment ...................................................................................................................................... 1021

8.5.11 Passenger Information Equipment ................................................................................................... 1025

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9 NeTEx Service Interface ........................................................................................................................ 1032

9.1 Introduction............................................................................................................................................... 1032

9.2 Protocols versus payload ...................................................................................................................... 1033

9.3 NeTEx Publication XSD schema .......................................................................................................... 1034

9.3.1 NeTEx Publication Delivery – Physical Model ............................................................................... 1034

9.3.2 Publication Delivery – Attributes and XSD ..................................................................................... 1037

9.3.3 XML Examples of Publications ............................................................................................................ 1044

9.4 NeTEx SIRI-NX services XSD schema ................................................................................................ 1045

9.4.1 Brief overview of SIRI communication layer ................................................................................. 1047

9.4.2 SIRI ServiceRequest wrapper .............................................................................................................. 1048

9.4.3 SIRI ServiceDelivery ............................................................................................................................... 1050

9.4.4 Data Object Service [SIRI-NX] .............................................................................................................. 1053

9.5 Use of NeTEx with SOAP / WSDL ........................................................................................................ 1059

9.5.1 Web Services ............................................................................................................................................. 1059

9.5.2 SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) ............................................................................................. 1059

9.5.3 WSDL (Web Services Definition Language) .................................................................................... 1059

9.5.4 NeTEx WSDL .............................................................................................................................................. 1060

Annex A (informative) Mapping with existing standards ........................................................................ 1062

A.1 Introduction............................................................................................................................................... 1062

A.2 VDV 452 Mapping .................................................................................................................................... 1066

A.3 NOPTIS Mapping .......................................................
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