This paper introduces conceptual and implementation approaches for an integrated, intermodal traveller information system in the Vienna region. Studies forecast high potentials of travellers willing to use alternative means of transport if provided with intermodal traveller information and having travel time advantages. Furthermore it is expected, that intermodal traveller information can contribute to the increase of public transport use and road network efficiency. A model for context-based traveller information support is the basis for the conceptual design of the integrated, intermodal traveller information system developed in the Austrian research project Vienna-SPIRIT. Moreover, a pilot traveller information system was implemented and tested in this project. The focus was on the integration of existing route planning and information services in one system providing integrated, context-based and intermodal traveller information support. The user can access this intermodal travel information from car navigation systems as well as from mobile devices such as handhelds and smart phones. After the successful tests transfer to operation and further developments are planned in several respects.
|Titel||ITS Hannover 2005 - 5th European Congress and Exhibition on ITS ITS at the Crossroads of European Transport|
|Publikationsstatus||Veröffentlicht - 2005|
|Veranstaltung||ITS Hannover 2005 - 5th European Congress and Exhibition on ITS - |
Dauer: 1 Jan. 2005 → …
|Konferenz||ITS Hannover 2005 - 5th European Congress and Exhibition on ITS|
|Zeitraum||1/01/05 → …|
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