40244: How can you create a driver's working timetable that displays more than one train (per table)?
There are three ways:
1) Directly from the iPLAN main window: Call up network objects --> new driver's timetable. Select a format that allows multiple trains. The available formats can be determined by setting "Show ... for more than one train" in the lower left corner. In the next window, select at least two compatible trains.
2) Via Analysis --> Summary of driver's timetables: Select two or more compatible trains or clocked trains, and use the right mouse button to create driver's timetables for selected trains. In the following window, select a format that allows more than one train per timetable.
The programme only combines such trains into a driver's working timetable that meet certain minimum conditions of mutual compatibility - in particular, the times must be the same, and the itinerary of the second train must be a subset of the first train’s itinerary (which means that both ones can be the same). There may be other conditions that you must check by yourself (e.g. for reasons of risk of confusion).
3) If you cannot understand why two trains cannot be combined into a common driver's timetable, you can also proceed as follows: Create a driver's timetable in the desired (multi-train) format for the first train only. Open this driver's timetable and call Edit contents. In the line list, right-click, select Add Train, and specify the second train. If the second train cannot be added, the programme displays the first incompatible line.
For further information of the way in which the programme combines several trains into a driver's timetable, please refer to the short documentation FBS driver's working timetable module in the chapter driver's timetable formats for more than one train (per table).
Further information for the way in which the programme combines several trains into a driver's timetable, please refer to the short documentation FBS driver's working timetable module in the chapter driver's timetable formats for more than one train (per table).
Last update on 20.03.2020 by iRFP Support.