1. List of Trips

1.1 Trips can be ordered in the way they will be displayed on the route page.
1.2 At the top of the list should be trips with the main trajectories, and at the bottom – auxiliary and special trips.

2. Name of the Trip

2.1 The name of the trip is automatically generated from the names of its starting and ending stops.
2.2 If necessary, select "Edit Name" and specify its distinctive features in brackets.

Example: shortened, express.

3. List of Schedules

3.1 A single trip can have a maximum of 6 schedules that complement each other.

4. Operation Dates

4.1 "Year-Round" – the trip operates according to the specified schedule throughout the entire year without long-term breaks.
4.1.1 Short-term breaks for major holidays are not considered.

Example: a route operating on weekends throughout the year, except for New Year's Day.

4.2 "Seasonal" – the trip operates according to the specified schedule annually during a certain season or time period (without the ability to select the year).

Example: summer ferry routes; school routes; a route during the New Year holidays.

4.3 "Temporary" – the trip operates according to the specified schedule with limitations on certain dates (with the ability to choose the year).

Example: a route introduced or modified for the duration of road repairs.

5. Days of the Week

5.1 The days of the week for which the current schedule is valid.
5.2 If schedule blocks contain overlapping ranges of operation dates, then the days of the week cannot coincide.

6. Interval / Departure Schedule

6.1 Trip schedule information can be indicated in two ways: using equal intervals between departures or by specifying the exact departure times from the first stop.
6.2 Attention! The methods of indicating the schedule are mutually exclusive: you need to choose one of the two ways.
6.3 If you have data about the exact departures of the route, they take precedence over the interval schedule.
6.4 Interval
6.4.1 Specify the start and end times of the trip and the frequency with which the transport arrives at the stop. Multiple intervals can be added if they change throughout the day.
6.4.2 Time intervals within the same schedule cannot overlap.
6.5 Schedule
6.5.1 Specify the exact departure times from the first stop of the trip in HH:MM format separated by a delimiter.
6.5.2 It is permissible to separate departure times using a comma, space, or with a new line.

Examples: 10:00, 10:34, 11:42, 12:16, 13:58

7. Schedule Preview

7.1 Display of the schedule based on the entered intervals of operation or obtained using the exact departure times from the first stop.