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Development of a Formalized Process for the Adoption, Development, Maintenance, and Enhancement of TransXML Schemas Workshop

TRB sponsored a workshop on the Future of TransXML on Decmber 11, 2013 in Washington, D.C.

Transportation agencies have recognized the value of Extensible Markup Language (XML), and are developing their own XML formats or “schemas” to facilitate data exchange across applications. TransXML provides an open, vendor-neutral format for storing, exchanging, and archiving data.

The workshop engaged both transportation agency and industry stakeholders, including the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials’ Joint Technical Committee on Electronic Engineering Data (JTCEED), to understand steps that could expand the use of TransXML among transportation agencies.

See the TRB Workshop announcement at the following link.

Development of a Formalized Process for the Adoption, Development, Maintenance, and Enhancement of TransXML Schemas Workshop | Blurbs | Main.

The workshop proceedings are currently under development.  A link to the report will be provided here when available.

Final Workshop Agenda:

TransXML Workshop - Final Agenda
TransXML Workshop - Final Agenda
TransXML Workshop - Final Agenda.docx
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Workshop Presentations:

Harrison - Workshop Objectives
Harrison - Workshop Objectives
Harrison - Workshop Objectives.ppt
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Harrison - TransXML Survey And Scoping Study
Harrison - TransXML Survey And Scoping Study
Harrison - TransXML Survey and Scoping Study.ppt
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TransXML Where Have We Been - Scarponcini
TransXML Where Have We Been - Scarponcini
TransXML Where Have We Been - Scarponcini.pdf
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457 Downloads
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Schema Adoption Case Study
Schema Adoption Case Study
SchemaAdoptionCaseStudy.pptx
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TransXML Where Are We Going - Scarponcini
TransXML Where Are We Going - Scarponcini
TransXML Where Are We Going - Scarponcini.pdf
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701 Downloads
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DIGGS Overview  Request - TransXML Workshop V2
DIGGS Overview Request - TransXML Workshop V2
DIGGS Overview Request - TransXML Workshop v2.ppt
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AgcXML Initiative - Presentation To TransXML
AgcXML Initiative - Presentation To TransXML
agcXML Initiative - presentation to TransXML(2).pptx
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710 Downloads
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