To access DATEX information, you must first request access. You can then use our publications.

When you request access, we register you as a DATEX user. This allows us to inform you about upgrades and other reasons why the node may be down. 

Learn how to use DATEX

At DATEX II Academy you will find guides, specifications and other information that can be helpful when using DATEX II.

Documentation and sample data

Follow the link to download DATEX documentation, such as an overview of endpoints, current publications and associated schemas (wsdl). You can also see sample data for publications, showing the structure of the data and the possibilities involved.

Useful functions

There are a number of functions that may be useful to know about when you work with DATEX publications.

Find information for predefined locations

A location table allows you to retrieve information for predefined locations from a DATEX publication. You can find the location table on our RDS-TMC page.

Check if a publication has been changed

You can use the "If-Modified-Since" header to check if a requested publication has been changed since a particular date and time.

See the UML model

The UML model shows the data relationships in the DATEX model for the given specification.

View DATEX data in maps without using the DATEX service

See DATEX data at Vegvesen trafikk

Vegvesen trafikk is traffic information service provided by the Norwegian Public Roads Administration. Among other things, it publishes DATEX data in maps.

Any questions?

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