Road Area Events

Access via OGC WFS This is currently a prototype NZTA TREIS Feed hosted by Eagle using FME and ArcGIS Online. See access and use constraints for more information. This layers shows only the active events.IntroductionThe Traffic Road Event Information System (TREIS) API lets you access real time data on events/incidents that affect traffic conditions across the network of national highways in New Zealand. An example of an event/incident could include road works, an accident, or weather related problems such as ice or snow. Note that this information is ONLY for notable events/incidents that may cause delays to road users or require caution, and only where the details have been verified by the Transport Agency or another official source.The TREIS API makes available three sets of data:Events/IncidentsThis is a detailed list of confirmed events/incidents on the state highway with a specified location. For example, caution advised due to a land slip blocking one lane of traffic.General Warnings – North IslandThese are the general warning messages that apply to a wider geographic area within the North Island. For example, widespread flooding and slips in the Hawke’s Bay area.General Warnings – South IslandThe same as 2, but only for the South Island. For example, Otago And Southland Winter Conditions Exist And Motorists Are Advised To Watch For Ice And Grit In Shaded Areas And On Bridge Decks And To Carry Chains Especially When Travelling The Alpine PassesAdditional detailsMore detail is available in the TREIS Webservices Documentation [PDF, 117 KB] which covers:specification of the TREIS web services API; andInformation on how to connect to the TREIS web services API.This document is intended for data architects and developers that must integrate their applications with the TREIS web services API.

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Theme ["geospatial"]
Maintainer eaglegis
Created 2017-10-09T00:47:32.000Z
Date modified 2019-11-11T02:15:22.000Z
Language English
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Record created January 30, 2020, Last Updated February 10, 2020