Welcome to SIRI
SIRI is an XML protocol to allow distributed computers to exchange real-time
information about public transport services and vehicles.
The protocol is a CEN standard,
developed with initial participation
by France, Germany (Verband Deutscher
Verkehrsunternehmen), Scandinavia, and the UK (UK
Real Time Interest Group).
SIRI is based on the Transmodel
abstract model for public transport information, a general purpose model, and
XML schema for public transport information.
The SIRI protocol uses open system technologies and is platform independent.
The SIRI publish/subscribe architecture and terminology is based on the WS-Pubsub
draft standard for publish subscribe web services.
2013.05.19 SIRI 2.0 CEN ENV Approved
Schema SIRI XML added. See ReadMe
2012.11.09 SIRI 2.0 draft with JSON and
Buuffers support added added. All previous chanegs added cumulativelySee ReadMe
- 2011.04.19 SIRI 1.4a draft with minor
corrections to SIRI XML added. See ReadMe
- 2011 April Implementation pages
- 2011 March SIRI reaches its CEN five year review point as a CEN
Technical Standard. The CEN TC278 SIRI Working group agreed to renew SIRI as
a full CEN EN Standard and a revision will start in November 2011..
- 2011 Dec first draft of
NeTEx Schema using
SIRI Framework for a protocol.
- 2010 July SIRI Framework used for UK Urban Traffic Management & Control UTMC XML /a>&n to
provide an XML interface for exchanging UTMC Data Object. See
- 2010 SIRI-FM & SIRI-SX approved as additional CEN TS
- 2006 OCTOBER: FORMAL ADOPTION AS CEN TECHNICAL STANDARD. The CEN OO278181 SIRI ( Standard Interface for Real Time Information)
is adopted though CEN TC 278 resolution CO9/2004 ( or document 1641).