JERID RailMap internet application (RailMap.net) is a map application with JERID railway data and information.
To access the railway items in the menu you need to be logged in by a login and a password provided by the operator. Please, call or send an e-mail to JERID.
JERID RailMap Desktop application provides many advanced tools for working with a railway map installed on a user's PC or laptop off-line (without connection to the internet) including user marks, wagon monitoring, routing, etc. Find more information at: http://www.jerid.eu/en/products/railmap/general-information
Railmap.net version 3.0.33 (3/12/2015)
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Displayed degree of the railway network detail depends on actual scale. There is a possibility to switch on/off this layer.
Minimum scale to display railway stations is 1:288 000. Information based on international railway code-lists (DIUMS) is available for all stations. There are tools to find stations according to a name or a number in the application.
Infrastructure layer contains information based on national network statements e.g. (Track Manager; Track Gauge; Track length; Traction system, Power supply system; No. of lines; Track class; Pressure per Axle).
Corridors defined by RailNetEurope, TEN-T, OSJD, etc.
This layer enables user to find whatever location (a city, a town, a village) and to display the nearest railway tracks in the surrounding, railway stations and railway infrastructure.
This layer can be used for visualisation of monitored objects (wagons, trains, locomotives etc.) Two basic display modes are available: current position and history of movement.
RailMap.net Server can provide web services for your applications e.g. for GPS coordinates to find the nearest railway station or track section.
English speaking customers: firstname.lastname@example.org
German speaking customers: email@example.com
Czech speaking customers: firstname.lastname@example.org
Polish speaking customers: email@example.com
RailMap for European R&D projects: firstname.lastname@example.org