CITY TIMETABLES PLANNING
City lines planning tool is designed as an auxiliary tool that you can use to generate a timetable for a certain line that required the departure frequency in a simple and efficient way based on the entered parameters.
Required input parameters are as follows:
entering a valid time ie time from when to when conditions apply
TIME OF RELATION A-B
the time it takes within the default time for the bus to arrive from point A to point B
TIME OF RELATION B-A
the time it takes within the default time for the bus to arrive from point B to point A
pause at the start station - point A
pause at the turnstile - point B
NUMBER OF BUSES
total number of buses available within the given term
frequency of bus departures within a given term
For a simpler view of the application mode, the following is an example:
The assumption is that there is a relationship from point A to point B. It is necessary to make a timetable plan for tomorrow's day, from 6:00 to 17:30. For such a relation, from experience You know that the bus takes about 25 minutes of driving in one direction. Data in this application is entered according to this fact.
This data entry to make the right timetable would be sufficient if the situation was ideal, but the fact is that there are delays and early arrivals, so there is a need to enter a framework pauses at station A and B, all in order to align the timetable.
The assumption is that the framework pause is 5 minutes on each station. When designing a plan, an application takes into account the entered pause, but adjusts them, ie changes because of the frequency of driving. In addition to these times, you must enter the number of buses that will drive in a given period (6:00 - 17:30).