[Tagging] opening_hours for public transport routes?

Paul Johnson baloo at ursamundi.org
Sun Nov 19 04:36:33 UTC 2017

I agree.  The opening hours for Sunset Transit Center in Portland are 45
minutes before the first departure to 90 minutes after the last arrival,
IIRC.  Effectively, this averages out to 21 hours per day on most days, but
this isn't clear to non locals, and now that I'm not local to TriMet, I
have no idea what this translates to in reality now.  For all I know, based
on the red/blue timetable I'm aware of from 10 years ago, this is 5:15AM to
9:17PM M-Th, 5:15 AM to 11:17PM Fridays, and 5:15AM to 12:15AM Saturday,
and 6:30AM to 10PM Sundays unless things have changed (and in all
probability they have, and my opening times are very early and my closing
times very late, given TriMet's schedule adjustments over time).

On Sun, Nov 12, 2017 at 6:51 PM, Albert Pundt <roadsguy99 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Is it common practice to represent the starts/ends of public transport
> route schedules with the opening_hours tag? For example, Red Rose Transit
> Route 1 in Lancaster, PA uses this
> <http://www.redrosetransit.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Route-1-8-28-17.pdf>
> schedule. The leg going out to Park City Mall only starts on weekdays at
> 6:50; in the 45 mins before then, the bus just turns around on a different
> street back toward downtown. I would guess that the best way to map this
> would be have two route variants with the appropriate opening_hours tag,
> which are united by a route_master relation.
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