The table below lists the common acronyms used throughout the document and their meaning.
|CN||A number between 0.0 and 1.0 indicating the percentage of real time data included in the speed calculation. |
To only report speeds where real time data is available, we recommended to include speeds with a confidence greater than 0.7 CF and include road closures with a value = -1.0 CF.
|FI||The entry for each Flow Item in the specified direction.|
|FIS||A list of Flow Items (FI), one list for each direction of the roadway(RW). (1-many) |
The FI in each FIS section is guaranteed to be contiguous and in the order of the driving direction. If there is a break in continuity on an RW, then there are 2 or more FIS elements in the RW.
|JF||A number between 0.0 and 10.0 indicating the Jam Factor, which represents the expected quality of travel. When there is a road closure, the Jam Factor is 10. |
However, a reversible not routable status uses a Jam Factor of -1 as most applications do not want to display a blackout as a closure on the map. As the number approaches 10.0, the quality of travel degrades. -1.0 indicates that a Jam Factor could not be calculated.
|TS|| The Traversable Status (TS) can be set to |
When TS is set to
|SU||A number that indicates the average Speed Uncut (SU) for the road segment. Uncut means that the speed limit for the road segment is ignored. Speeds that are over the speed limit are included in the average.|
|SP||A number that indicates the average Speed (SP) for the road segment. The average does not take speeds that are over the speed limit into account. Speeds that are over the speed limit are trimmed down to the speed limit.|
|QD||This data type indicates the Queuing direction (QD) of the traffic. When traffic becomes congested, a queue of vehicles begins to build up in the opposite direction to the driving direction. The value an be "+" or "-". The value "-" indicates that the traffic is queued in the opposited direction to the driving direction.|