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The GIP is the digital transport graph of public authorities for the whole of Austria

multimodal

The GIP contains all modes of transport: public transport, cycling, walking, car transport

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GIP data is available as Open Government Data (OGD)

Idea

Modern administration and intelligent mobility require highly complete, actual and reliable transport data. The GIP is the basis for such high-quality transport data and enables the exchange between different organisations. It enables a nationwide supply of high-quality transport services in a standardized way as well as an overview for public authorities over the transport infrastructure based on a common data standard.

By implementing the GIP, the Austrian administration has created an integration project which is unique in Europe. Redundancy and parallel tasks concerning the management of transport-related data are now a thing of the past in Austria.

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ÖVDAT

Whereas the GIP started in 2008, nowadays the association „ÖVDAT“ (Austrian Institute for Transport Data Infrastructure) constitutes the administrative structure for the GIP. Since 2016, ITS Vienna Region (a department of the Public Transport Association of the Vienna Region, VOR) has been tasked with operating the GIP Austria.

Requirements for the GIP are continuously changing. For example this concerns data quality or level-of-detail of GIP data, but also results from improvements in traffic management or the role of public authorities. As a result, the system of the future – the GIP 2.0 – is already being worked upon.

Partner

Verkehrsauskunft Österreich (VAO) Logo The GIP ist the basis for VAO (Traffic Information Austria), a public traffic information service supporting all modes of transport.
Bundesamt für Eich- und Vermessungswesen (BEV) Logo In the project GeoGIP, a cooperation between the GIP and the National Mapping Agency („Bundesamt für Eich- und Vermessungswesen BEV) all addresses have been georeferenced onto the GIP, forming a valuable input for emergency organisations and routing services.
Bundesamt für Eich- und Vermessungswesen (BEV) Logo In this cooperation between GIP and BEV, BEV supplies the GIP with their own road and way data, with regular updates of their subnets.
Basemap.at Logo basemap.at is an open map based on data of public authorities, using the GIP as the basis for transport-relevant information such as road networks or railway lines.
The cooperation AWIS.GIP enables the operation and data management of the Alpine Way Information System based on the GIP data of the federal provinces.
The project EVIS.at (Real Time Road Traffic Information System) provides – based on the GIP data – information for Austrian roads about traffic situation, travel times, travel times, loss times and events, nationwide and in high quality.

Cooperations

The concession assistent is a digital assistent for public transport concessions, which is used by public authorities.
The Austrian Ministry of the Interior (BMI) has developed – based on the GIP data – a nationwide system for the coordination of operations and for communication Einsatzleit- und Kommunikationssystem (ELKOS)
GIP is the basis for the Pendlerrechner, an online tool for commuting citizens which calculates the distance between home and workplace and therefore the due amount of commuter tax relief.
Concerning the data management, each public authority is responsible for the data in their field of competence. The Maßnahmenassistent, a webclient for the management of traffic regulation data, is one of the data management tools and also forms the basis for further e-government applications.
Based on GIP data and data like public transport timetables and statistical data, ITS Vienna Region is developing the Traffic Model for the Vienna Region, which models the traffic situation in Vienna, Lower Austria and Burgenland. Furthermore, it shall serve as a basis for planning of public transport lines.
The online traffic model of ITS Vienna Region is used for the calculation of a live traffic situation in the Vienna Region, which is continuously published via the VAO.
In the joint project of the federal states of Tyrol and Vorarlberg, Pavement Management System (PMS) - Rural Road Network, a tool for optimizing road maintenance in rural areas has been developed.

Apps

OGD

OGD GIP data is published as Open Government Data (OGD), supporting the goal of a transparent public administration. The OGD data export of the GIP is updated every two months.

If you encounter a specific data error, please don’t hesitate to report it to Geoland.

If you have any general questions regarding the data format or the contents of the GIP export, please contact us using the address gip@its-viennaregion.at.

Release Notes
  • 21.02
    • Cycle routes in Carinthia and Burgenland have been integrated and are now available in table "ReferenceObject" (A_Routingexport) as well as in Layer BIKEROUTES (Geopackage C_References)
    • Algorithm used for z coordinates in dataset "A_Routingexport" has been optimised, leading to improved results especially for bridges and tunnels

    Dataset Description

  • 20.12
    • Obsolete column "SYSCODE" has been removed from layer "BIKEROUTES"
    • A new version (2.3.1) of the GIP Standard can be downloaded here soon

    Dataset Description

  • 20.10
    • Dataset BIKEROUTES now contains more fields according to the specification GIP Standard 2.3
    • Brunnel in Vienna have been integrated as ReferenceObjects: complex brunnels are now represented by 1 GIS feature in the geopackage layer
    • Near and distant target information integrated as ReferenceObjects in Tyrol and Salzburg, updated in Upper Austria

    Dataset Description

  • 20.08
    • New FOW (19) for "fords" and new basetype (37) for pedestrian lanes (which are not separated from the road)
    • Bridges on the provincial road network have been integrated in Burgenland and are available in geopackage brunnel layer
    • Attention: Routingexport file contains 2 new (currently still empty) tables

    Dataset Description

Downloads

Talks about GIP available for download

  • GIP4Radrouting.at und Radrouter VAO (Mandl-Mair & Mayr) AGIT 20
  • Arbeiten auf und neben der Straße (Riederer) AGIT 20
  • Die alpine Wegedatenbank und die GIP (Pilz) AGIT 20
  • Der lange Weg vom Verkehrszeichen bis zum GIP Export (Geroe) AGIT 20

Further downloads

  • GIP2.0 Client Markterhebung

Contact

ÖVDAT - Österreichisches Institut für Verkehrsdateninfrastruktur
DI Irmgard Mandl-Mair
Amt der Kärntner Landesregierung
Abteilung 7 - Wirtschaft, Tourismus und Mobilität
Mail: irmgard.mandl-mair@ktn.gv.at
Tel.: +43 (0) 664 80 536 17081

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Markterkundung für den GIP2.0 Client

Mit der GIP Software werden die Daten des Straßengraphen der GIP erstellt, aktualisiert und als Exporte bereitgestellt.

Seit 2019 laufen die vorbereitenden Arbeiten für die Neuschaffung der GIP Software in der Version 2.0. Sie erfolgt im Rahmen von zwei Projekten - dem Projekt GIP2.0 Server und dem Projekt GIP2.0 Client.

Im zweiten Halbjahr 2020 wurde die öffentliche Ausschreibung der Neuimplementierung des Projekts GIP2.0 Server veröffentlicht. Als Vorbereitung für die Ausschreibung zur Neuentwicklung des GIP2.0 Clients wurde im Zeitraum Dezember 2020 bis Jänner 2021 eine Markterkundung durchgeführt.

Die für die Markterkundung verwendeten Unterlagen stehen nun der interessierten Öffentlichkeit zum Download zur Verfügung.

Hinweis: die Möglichkeit zur Teilnahme an der Markterkundung ist nicht mehr gegeben.