Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) constitute a key driver for the adaptation of transport sector to the concurrent digital era. Therefore, the necessity to develop a solid framework under which specific norms will be followed by ITS applications, such as being accurate and up to date seems more than important. This is the prime mission that National Access Points (NAPs) aspire to accomplish. However, the architecture and implementation of NAPs varies across Europe. Hence, all Member States have joined their forces, through the project “National Access Point Coordination Organization for Europe (NAPCORE)”, to harmonize their NAPs. This paper aims to describe the scenery of ITS-related data exchange by highlighting the benefits resulting from NAPs and the challenges that need to be overcome. Finally, it aims to present planned activities related to the required content of NAPs.