This makes it possible to filter data relevant to a specific traffic type. The following URL retrieves all NVDB GCM passages (Pedestrian, Bike and Moped Passages) on the bike network: like '%Cykelnät%'

Please note "CQL_FILTER=TRAFFIC_TYPES like '%Cykelnät%'". It captures all values where bicycle road networks (“Cykelnät”) are present. For capturing values on the car- or pedestrian road network, use the same principle but type “Bilnät” (Car road network) or “Gångnät” (Pedestrian road network) instead.

Today there are three traffic types that a link or feature can assume; “Bilnät” (Car Road Network), “Cykelnät” (Bicycle Road Network), or "Gångnät” (Pedestrian Road Network). The values are based on NVDB's model for road network, where car road networks represent a distance where car, bicycle and pedestrian traffic can occur. Bicycle Road Network (“Cykelnät”) mean that bicycle- and pedestrian traffic can occur and Pedestrian Road Network (“Gångnät”) means that only pedestrian traffic can occur. A route may in some cases consist of multiple traffic types, and then the values will be combined with +/- characters, e.g: " Bicycle Road Network + Pedestrian Road Network". This differs somewhat from the NVDB model, where a distance can only assume one traffic type at a time. If a value similar to the NVDB model is needed, the first value in the list can be used.

It is important to know that no matter what traffic type a link has, it does not necessarily mean that the specific traffic type is allowed on the road. There may be local traffic regulations restricting access to certain types of traffic, and there may be roads with the traffic type Car road network where cycling and pedestrians are not allowed regardless of the NVDB's road network model.