Here you will find information on Datex II. You can download schedules, wsdl-files, sample code, etcetera to help you get started with Datex II. This page will be updated with more information regularly.
Launch of new DATEX version 3.1
Publications will be upgraded from Datex version 2.3 to 3.1 and will be deployed to production from now and during 2024 in our new technical platform at Trafikverket:
To be enabled to get information from our publications version 3.1 and higher you need to register an account at Dataportalen.
We will close down our old publications in version 2.3 and 3.0 a few mounths after we have published version 3.1 in Dataportalen. We are going to send out more information when it happens. In Datautbytesportalen can you find documentations, schema, how to get data and a test bench.
In Dataportalen can you find:
- TravelTime from end of September
- TrafficFlow from November
We are going to turn off the old services during 2023 and 2024
- TrafficSafetyCamera v2.3 in October 2023
- TrafficFlow v2.3 in October 2023
- TravelTime and travelTimeRoutes in January 2024
- RoadConditionCamera in February 2024
- TrafficFlowCamera in February 2024
- Weater v2.3 and 3.0 in March 2024
- Parking v2.3 March 2024
- Situations v2.3 and v3.0 in autumn 2024
Before we are turning off the services we will release a new version of the services in time in Dataportalen.
The Transport Administration uses a single license for all open data. The information contained in trafficinformation for the Datexstandard is licensed under the Creative Commons CC0.
Document that describes contents and information of Datex II format
Datex II schema and WSDL
We use web services according to the regular DATEX II profile. URL’s to services, WSDL and schemas are listed for each service in DATEX II 3.0 specification.
If you want to get the XML schema or WSDL for a certain type of DATEX II service se example below:
For more technical information see DATEX II specification.