Last edited: 18.05.2020
1. “Trips” section
1.1 You can reorder the list of trips. Trips will appear on the route page as they were set on the update page.
1.2 At the top of the list there should be trips with the main directions, at the bottom - auxiliary and special
2.1. The name of the trip consists of the name of its initial and final stops.
2.2 If necessary, edit the name of the trip and add a clarifying phrase in brackets
Example: shortened, express.
3. “List of timetables” section
3.1 Every trip may have a maximum of 6 timetables that complement each other
4. Calendar dates
4.1 “Whole year” – the schedule is valid throughout the year without long-term breaks.
4.1.1 Short-term breaks for major holidays are not taken into account.
Example: the route that runs on weekends throughout the year, except for New Year's Eve or Christmas
4.2 “Seasonal” – a schedule repeated annually during a certain season, time period (without the possibility to choose a year)
Example: countryside routes; school routes; during the New Year holidays
4.3 “Temporary” – a schedule that was introduced for a limited period of time with pre-known dates of the beginning, end or the entire period of work (with the ability to choose a year)
Example: a route introduced or changed for a period of road repairs.
5. Days of the week
5.1 Days of the week for which the current schedule is valid
5.2. Different schedules with an intersecting range of calendar dates cannot have the same days of the week.
6. “Interval and Departures” section
6.1 Information about trip’s schedule during the day can be specified in two ways: either with equal intervals between departures, or by using the exact departure times from the 1st stop
6.2 Attention! The methods for specifying a schedule are mutually exclusive. To describe the schedule, you need to select one the two.
6.3 If you have data on the exact departures of the route, then they are priority over the interval schedule. 6.4 Interval
6.5 Departure times
6.4.1 Indicate the start and the end of operating times and interval between two vehicles on the route. You can add several intervals if they change throughout the day
6.4.2 Operating time intervals within the same timetable cannot overlap
6.5.1 Indicate the exact time of departures from the first stop of the trip in the format HH:MM with a correct separator.
6.5.2 Separate the departure times by comma, space or with a new line.
Example: 10:00, 10:34, 11:42, 12:16, 13:58
7. Departure times preview
7.1. Demonstration of the trip timetable based on the entered operation intervals or obtained using the exact departure times.