Which Rijkswaterstaat detectors existed on <date>?

Starting May 29th 2017 we have a new data feed for traffic data on the A-roads in the Netherlands.


This service is intended for the participating parties in the regiolab-Delft project. Rijkswaterstaat has decided that all delivery of traffic data for real time traffic information should go through their TIC (traffic information center). Therefore, our database will not allow non-participants access to recent data.

Description Format Value Remarks
Start date yyyymmdd required
Add statistics Boolean Count total flow, average speed and fraction of reliable values (takes much more time)

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The output format is one line per detector consisting of the BPS code, road number, longitudinal distance on the road, position of the roadway, DVK letter (for connector roads), or underscore for main roadways, roadway rank number and lane number. This is (optionally) followed by total daily flow, mean speed fraction of available data and the fraction of data that is flagged reliable.