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[railML2] Adding the RouteId to the TafTapTsiTrainID [message #3117] Mon, 28 August 2023 17:50 Go to previous message
Bertolt Lang is currently offline  Bertolt Lang
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Hello railML community,

since we already have a possibility to include taf tap identifiers in our railml data via train/tafTapTsiTrainID, I suggest expanding the object Type by the routeId, that is part of the taf tap standard since August 2021. The routeId is needed to correctly identify trains in routes.

You can find the definition provided by Deutsche Bahn for the routeId in the following document page 49 (though it's only in german):

https://fahrweg.dbnetze.com/resource/blob/9764564/edfe9e83b1 9c7a0c0319568fc0985487/02_EVU-Schnittstelle-Download-2_4-4-0 -data.pdf

RouteID

German:
Die RouteID identifiziert ein Route-Objekt, welches vom EVU für einen Zug definiert wird.
Die Route beschreibt den globale Gesamtzuglauf mit den Mindestangaben Start- und Zielbahnhof sowie möglichen Handover-points.
Die RouteID wird ausschließlich vom EVU festgelegt und muss für jedes EVU (CompanyCode) und Fahrplanjahr ohne weitere ergänzende Angaben für sich eindeutig sein.
Bei mehreren beteiligten EVU erfolgt die Festlegung i. d. R. durch das federführende EVU (Lead RU).
Sie bleibt über den gesamten Planungsprozess für den Zug und darüber hinaus auch im operativen Geschäft erhalten.

English:
The RouteID identifies a route object that is defined by the railway company (EVU) for a train.
The route describes the overall global train itinerary with the minimum specifications of the departure and destination stations, as well as possible handover points.
The RouteID is exclusively determined by the railway company (EVU) and must be unique for each EVU (CompanyCode) and timetable year without any additional supplementary information.
In the case of multiple participating railway companies, the determination is usually carried out by the leading railway company (Lead RU).
It remains intact throughout the entire train planning process and also persists during operational activities.


What do you think?

 
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