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Glossary Boarding point / Boarding area

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Designation Export field name Description Remarks/example
Swiss Location ID SLOID The SLOID is used as a unique key for traffic point elements (TPE). e.g. bus / station stop area: ch:1:sloid:12345:0
Boarding area ch:1:sloid:12345:0:78910The structure is described in the “SwissLocation ID” specification, chapter 4.2.Link to the document
Location ID DS_NUMMER Number of the location to which the traffic point element has been assigned. Forms a unique code in combination with the country code.

Numeric, in the range 1–99,999.

e.g.

85 12345-6

UIC country code DS_LAENDERCODE Specifies which country issued the location number and is to be interpreted in terms of organisations, not territories.

Is part of the unique code for locations.

Two-digit numeric code.

e.g. 85 = Switzerland
80 = Germany
Valid from GUELTIG_VON “Valid from” of the traffic point element
Valid until GUELTIG_BIS “Valid until” of the traffic point element
Designation BEZEICHNUNG Designation used in the customer information systems. e.g. 1; 2; 3; A; B; C
Operational designation BEZEICHNUNG_BETRIEBLICH Designation used in (operational) timetable planning.
Boarding area length LAENGE Boarding area length in metres Boarding areas only
Boarding area height KANTENHOEHE Height of the boarding area in metres Boarding areas only
Compass direction KOMPASSRICHTUNG Direction of travel from which the means of transport approaches the boarding area. Boarding areas only
VPE parent BPVE_ID Hierarchical assignment of the TPE which is to be processed to another TPE. It is a 1:1 relationship. As key, the SLOID is used. The following combinations are possible:

Boarding area → Bus / station stop area
Bus / station stop area → Bus / station stop area

VPE type BPVE_TYPE Specifies the type of VPE.

0 = tbc
1 = tbc

Stop area type HALTEBEREICH_TYPE Field is currently not used and must remain empty.
LV95 E E_LV95 East coordinate according to the Swiss coordinate system LV95. e.g. 2’600’000
LV95 N N_LV95 North coordinate according to the Swiss coordinate system LV95. e.g. 1’200’000
LV95 Z Z_LV95 Height in metres 355
LV03 E E_LV03 Y coordinate according to the Swiss coordinate system LV03. Also known as Y coordinate

e.g. 600’000

LV03 N N_LV03 North coordinate according to the Swiss coordinate system LV03. Also known as X coordinates

e.g. 200’000

LV03 Z Z_LV03 Height in metres 355
WGS84 E E_WGS84 Length according to WGS84 e.g. 7.439119441
WGS84 N N_WGS84 Width according to WGS84 e.g. 46.948819994
WGS84 Z Z_WGS84 Height in metres 355
Modified on GEAENDERT_AM Modification date of a version
SLOID stop DS_SLOID SLOID stop to which the TPE has been assigned. e.g. ch:1:sloid:12345
Official stop designation DS_BEZEICHNUNG_OFFIZIELL Official designation of a location that must be used by all recipients.

Maximum length 30 characters.

These values are for information purposes and are intended to help in the filtering process.

They correspond to the situation on the day of export. Based on this data, no conclusions can be drawn about the past or future designation/responsibility of the stop which is one level above the traffic point element.

These values are only published on “Verkehrspunktelemente_actualdate.csv”.

Stop Swiss Administration ID DS_GO_IDENTIFIKATION Swiss Administration ID (SAID), part of other future Swiss IDs for business organisation identification.
GO number of stop DS_GO_NUMMER Business organisation number (GO – Geschäftsorganisation) of the business organisation responsible for the stop
GO abbreviation German stop DS_GO_ABKUERZUNG_DE Abbreviation for the business organisation responsible for the stop
GO abbreviation French stop DS_GO_ABKUERZUNG_FR
GO abbreviation Italian stop DS_GO_ABKUERZUNG_IT
GO abbreviation English stop DS_GO_ABKUERZUNG_EN