|LINK_ID||Permanent link ID. Positive 64 bit Integer that globally identifies the road, carto or building footprint link, also across map releases. Link IDs are never reused.|
|SEQ_NUM||Links can have several different speed limits based on the other column values. The sequence number can be used to distinguish them.|
|ISO_COUNTRY_CODE||Identifies the country in which the navigable link or administrative area is located.|
3 character country code based on ISO Standard 3166.
CHN : China Mainland
CHN : 中国大陆
HKG : Hong Kong SAR
HKG : 香港特別行政區
MAC : RAE de Macau
MAC : 澳門特別行政區
|ADMIN_PLACE_ID||In rare cases there are special speed limits only in a region of a country. This region can be identified by the administrative place id.Permanent administrative place ID. An administrative place is a government defined entity like a city, region, county, state or country. IDs are permanent across map releases and are never reused.|
|VEHICLE_TYPES||Access Characteristics identify the vehicle types that are allowed on a link, allowed on a lane or to which a condition applies.|
16 bit bitmask of affected vehicle types or functions. Sum of: Automobiles (1), buses (2), taxis (4), car pools (8), pedestrians (16), trucks (32), deliveries (64), emergency vehicles (128), through traffic (256), motorcycles (512) and road trains (1024).
|TRAILER||Specifies if the speed limit applies to vehicles with trailers.|
NULL: This speed limit applies to all vehicles, with or without trailer(s)
Y: This speed limit applies to all vehicles, with trailer(s)
1-x: This speed limit applies to all vehicles with this count of trailer(s)
|MIN_WEIGHT||Minimum weight of vehicle type in tons. Minimum weight of 0 tons are stored as NULL.|
|MAX_WEIGHT||Maximum weight of vehicle type in tons. Maximum weight of max tons are stored as NULL. If there is a speed limit restriction for trucks of any weight, then the MIN_WEIGHT and MAX_WEIGHT columns are NULL.|
|LENGTH||Minimum length restriction of vehicle in meter. So if the vehicle lengths is over this length, the speed limit may apply.|
|EXPL_DANG_MATERIAL||Vehicle carries explosive or dangerous material.|
|DATE_TIMES||Comma seperated list of Date/Time modifiers to indicate specific time periods when the condition applies.|
One entry contains following colon seperated values:
DATETIME_TYPE: High level indication of the period for which the date time restriction is valid. The value of this type effects the interpretation of START_DATE/END_DATE
C - Day of Month, where the START_DATE/END_DATE have the format DDDD0000 and DDDD is in the range of 0001 - 0031.
Example: 00010000 - f.e. 1 January, 1 February,..., 1 December
Another example would be 'C:N:N:00010000:00050000:1230:1330': for each first to fifth day in all month from 12:30 to 13:30h.
D - Day of Week of Month, where the START/END_DATE have the format DDDDWWWW and DDDD is in the range of 0001 - 0007 and WWWW is in the range of 0001 - 0005.
Example: 00010002 - 2nd Sunday of each month, 00020001 - 1st Monday of each month, 00070002 - 2nd Saturday of each month, 00060005 - 5th Friday of each month
Another example would be 'D:N:N:00070001:00070001:1000:1600': each first Saturday in all month from 10:00 to 16:00h
E - Day of Week of Year, where the START/END_DATE have the format DDDDWWWW and DDDD is in the range of 0001 - 0007 and WWWW is in the range of 0001 - 0052.
Example: 00030020 - Tuesday of week 20, 00050052 - Thursday of week 52
Another example would be 'E:N:N:00010015:00010015:800:1800': Sunday in week 15 between 08:00 and 18:00h F - Week of Month, where the START_DATE/END_DATE have the format DDDD0000 and DDDD is in the range of 0001 - 0005.
Example: 00020000 - 2nd week of each month
Another example would be 'F:N:N:00030000:00040000:800:1730': from the 3rd to the 4st week from 08:00 to 17:30h
H - Month of Year, Example: 00010000 - January, 00070000 - July
I - Day of Month of Year, Example: 00150001 - 15 January of each year, 00300004 - 30 April of each year
Another example would be 'I:N:N:00010010:00110010:1730:2400': from October 1st to October 11 each day from 17:30 to 24:00h
1 - Day of week starting with Sunday, Example: X XX - Sunday and Friday and Saturday, XXXXXXX - all weekdays
Another example would be '1:N:N:XXXXXXX ::700:1900': each day in a week from 07:00 to 19:00h
It can also restrict the applicable months: 1:N:N:XXXXXXX :0311:700:1900 from March to October
2 - External date, Example: Easter which would be '2:N:N:EASTER:01512131:800:1800' - as per specification there is no end data, so ignore values in END_DATE
A - Date Ranges, Example: 20131119 - 19th of november year 2013
For Date Time Type = A-I, the Start Date represents the start of the range and the End Date represents the end of the range.
For Date Time Type = 1, Start Date identifies the day(s) of the week. End Date is not published for Date Time Type = 1.
For Date Time Type = 2, Start Date identifies the name of the external date. The only currently existing situation is "Easter". End Date is not published for Date Time Type = 2.
FROM_END: This attribute allows time to be specified 'from the end' of a standard time period such as month and year
EXCLUDE_DATE: Flag that indicates if the specified data (in Date Time Type) represents an excluded date. Example, all year except 30 April is modelled Exclude Date = Y, with Start Date = 30 April.
START_DATE: Identifies the start dates of the Date/Time for Date Time Type = A-I. Identifies the days of the week for Date Time Type = 1 and the external date for Date Time Type = 2.
END_DATE: Identifies the end date of the Date/Time for Date Time Types = A-I.
START_TIME: Identifies the start time for the time period in which the Date Time restriction is in effect. Time in format HHMM, where a 24 hour clock is used. Range 0000...2400. Example: 1130 means 11:30 and 2115 means 21:15
END_TIME: Identifies the end time for the time period in which the Date Time restriction is in effect. Time in format HHMM, where a 24 hour clock is used. Range 0000...2400. Example: 1130 means 11:30 and 2115 means 21:15
|FROM_REF_SPEED_LIMIT||If all columns apply to a vehicle, this is the speed limit (in km/h) on this link in the direction of 'from reference node to nonreference node'. The reference node is the node with the lower left latitude (and z level).|
|TO_REF_SPEED_LIMIT||If all columns apply to a vehicle, this is the 'towards reference node' speed limit (in km/h) on this link.|