The National Access Point (NAP) of Greece is a portal, through which interested parties can receive Intelligent Transport Systems related and road network related data. The portal offers a variety of real-time, historical, or static data in numerous formats and licenses. These data are provided by accredited organizations and can be used for various purposes (e.g. for developing commercial services) depending on their license type.
The main aim of the NAP is to collect and provide transport related data and to facilitate their re-use by service providers, local authorities, or central government agencies in order to provide harmonized traveler information services along the national and international transport network.
The development of the NAP is part of Crocodile 2, a co-financed European project (CEF 2014-2020). It is a requirement of the European Union, as stated in the Delegated Regulations 885/2013, 886/2013 and 962/2015 that supplement the ITS Directive 2010/40/EU.
The Road Toll Service of the Greek Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure has been nominated through the Ministerial Decision “Δ4δ/46629/09-09-2020 (ΑΔΑ ΨΩΔΔ465ΧΘΞ-ΨΡ3)” as the body responsible for the operation and administration of the Greek National Access Point (NAP) and through the Presidential Decree 50/2012 (Official Government Gazette Α’/100) as the National Body responsible for assessing the compliance of the data made available by the NAP with the requirements of the delegated regulations supplementing the ITS Directive.
Please refer to the NAP Operational Guide for more information.
If you wish to become an accredited organization and publish your data, please contact us.
If you are interested in getting access to a published dataset, please refer to the NAP user manual for further instructions.