Question Data for Logistics, municipalities
Governments currently still apply different rules, for example regarding window times, environmental zones, loading / unloading places, desired (hazardous substances) routings, general limitations in length, width, height, etc. In addition, many governments are not yet able to do this properly and uniformly in the form of Open Data in a manner that is machine-readable and standardized.
To improve traffic flow, use of space and safety and to reduce emissions, it is of great importance that these data are made digitally accessible and made available to logistics service providers and information providers via a data feed so that this Logistic Data can be linked to the different transport planning systems.
The aforementioned types of information are crucial for logistics providers to efficiently organize their pre-trip and route planning. At present, this information must be entered and maintained manually in the various transport planning systems that logistic service providers use. With all its inefficiencies and costs (including the adverse social costs such as traffic jams, unnecessary emissions, etc.).
A well-informed logistics and transport sector is of great public interest to road managers and traffic managers. Blocking trucks at vulnerable traffic locations, unnecessary waiting times and diverted traffic, unnecessary emissions, damages to the infrastructure, are matters that can be significantly reduced by a proper and correct availability of data that comes exclusively from public sources. After all, it is the municipality that determines where and when traffic may or may not drive, with what weight / height or category of substances.
Tender Data Chaser
The above subject has been discussed in various co-operative bodies (Smart Mobility, Beter Benutten and Talking Traffic) and it has been decided to seek a suitable solution for this, in the form of a party that collects the logistical data by means of a joint tender (Rijk-Regio), enriched where necessary and digitally accessible to all.
This tender was recently completed and the contracts were signed by the Ministry on behalf of the local authorities with the Matrixian Group in Amsterdam.
During 2016 and 2017, we have already gained the first useful experiences in relation to urban accessibility within 4 regions. Pilots were run in these regions with the sharing of municipal logistic and planning data through the open source Open Trip Model. The positive effects hereof have recently been confirmed in a research by Buck Consultants International. Now it's time to scale up nationally and to exploit the benefits even better and to ensure that the required data is structurally usable.
If the logistics providers are able to plan their transports better and more efficiently and to share this planning with the relevant traffic manager, who then provides tailor-made information, a win-win situation is created.
What is asked of the municipalities?
We assume that you recognize the importance of this assignment and will co-operate with the representative of Matrixian and provide the relevant information of your municipality. Matrixian will collect all relevant data and manage it in a to be developed application, so that it can be made available as an open data feed (directly to selected parties, via NDW and via data.overheid.nl). In due course, they will organize the application in such a way that you can, if desired, easily and efficiently (let) adjust your own logistic data.
To achieve this, we ask you to share your information about the 8 logistical data items (see below) by pointing out Matrixian on publicly available locations (traffic resolutions, College decisions etc.) and applicable versions.
At the same time, we request to indicate if and how you are maintaining and managing this, whether and, if so, which tooling you are using, how you would prefer to manage and administering it, what reliability and quality the currently available information has.
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