National Access Point (KPD) is implemented under KSZR, whose task is creation of one place at a national level that would ensure quick and credible information about traffic conditions. NAP is supposed to improve and support current work of road administrators, and emergency services and via commercial data suppliers and media, disseminate information for travellers for the equipment that is used by them every day, e.g. smartphones, on-board computers in vehicles, radio receivers.

Thanks to NAP drivers will obtain information on difficulties in everyday situations such as journey to work, driving their child to kindergarten, journey to airport or driving to a customer for business purposes.

NAP fits into public data Opening Programme and Strategy of Responsible Development by the digitalization of data exchange between public administration units. NAP is to be launched in December 2017.

NAP Service is currently implemented in the projects of "the Construction of the National Access Point for information on traffic conditions" (NAP1), as well as "the Construction of the National Access Point for information on traffic conditions 2” (NAP2) which obtained financial support from the CEF (Connecting Europe Facility) fund within the framework of European projects CROCODILE 1 and CROCODILE 2.

NAP Service provides consistent communication interface, in conformity with requirements of the European Commission that allows interested parties its easy implementation in owned systems. Description of the "connection" to NAP method has been set out in technical specifications.

NAP Service consists in the creation of one nationwide data access point useful for developing information websites for travellers, which are comprised of database and software. It is currently implemented in the projects of "the Construction of the National Access Point for information on traffic conditions" (NAP1), as well as "the Construction of the National Access Point for information on traffic conditions 2” (NAP2) which obtained financial support from the CEF (Connecting Europe Facility) fund within the framework of European projects CROCODILE 1 and CROCODILE 2.

Road administrators at all administrative levels, emergency services and commercial suppliers and data recipients are direct recipients of project results. The data will be indirectly transferred by the entities mentioned above to travellers, increasing comfort and safety of travel. NAP Service provides consistent communication interface, in conformity with requirements of the European Commission that allows interested parties its easy implementation in owned systems. Description of the method of "connection" to NAP has been set out in technical specifications.

Schedule of tests:

Communication exchange tests can be made during the first week (1-7) of the month (working days) between 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.