The objective of this consultation is to collect information and opinions from stakeholders across the EU on the vision, feasibility and possible technical/organisational implementation issues of European and national multi-modal journey planners.
Aim of the Commission is to support the development of national and regional multimodal journey planners, and links between existing planners, with the ultimate target of providing users with a journey planner at EU level.
The consultation will also be a first input to the elaboration of specifications for multi-modal travel information foreseen under Directive 2010/40/EU .
It is planned to present the outcome of this consultation at a workshop, which will be held in June 2011 in Brussels
This consultation is for specialists from national, regional and local authorities, public and private service providers, public transport operators and other stakeholders working on travel information for all modes of transport.
The consultation is being launched only in electronic form via the interactive policy-making tool .
The questionnaire contains 16 questions, many of them being open-ended questions. Please be informed that if interrupted or left 90 minutes inactive, your contribution will not be saved. Consequently you are strongly advised to prepare in advance your contribution before copying them into the questionnaire online.
As part of the European Transparency Initiative, organisations are invited to use the Register of interest representatives to provide the European Commission and the public with information about their objectives, funding and structures. If not yet registered, please visit the Register of Interest Representatives to do so.
Contributions received in reply to the consultation will be handled by a consultant and used by the Commission services; a summary of the consultation results will be published here on the Commission website.
Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport (DG MOVE)
Unit B4 - Clean Transport, Urban Transport & Intelligent transport systems