20632: How can traffic times concerning train departure and arrival, differentiating from the operational times be allocated to a train? Are the traffic times transmitted at the RailML export?
In certain cases, trains are to be subject to different traffic times than operating times (for example, to operational relocate, the overtaking by a delayed long-distance train to other stations). Of course, it is possible to deposit traffic times in FBS.
To reproduce the case above, first create a train with the actual operating times. Afterwards you can deposit the traffic times at the appropriate station. There are two ways to choose on how to enter the traffic times:
- Select a desired train and view the train's arrival and departure times (right-click --> show arrival / departure times). In the window of the arrival and departure times, you can now double-click on the times of a station to open another window in which you can then enter the different traffic times of this station. In the window of the arrival and departure times, the times are displayed in bold, if traffic times have been entered.
- Alternatively, you can also use the function “Reports and stop information Switch". It can be found in the graphic timetable in the function toolbar or you can call it up with F10. Before the it is called for the first time, however, you must first press the small arrow in the button to call up the function and set the check mark for "Reports and stop information". Now select the desired train at the desired station and enter the traffic times in the window that now opens (see picture).
3. In the graphic timetable the departure or arrival time is displayed as a "shifted point" of the arrival or departure time.
Traffic times are exported via RailML during export, so that this type of timetable can also be displayed in RailML.
Last update on 19.03.2020 by iRFP Support.