[Talk-transit] Bus Service - Route - end of life
winfixit at gmail.com
Mon Sep 24 12:08:17 UTC 2018
At the moment we don't have anything in place to do that. When itineraries
disappear, their corresponding route relations are deleted. When entire
lines disappear their route_master and route relations are deleted. If they
are renamed and/or their identifier changes and it's obvious that it's all
based on an already mapped predecessor, you could 'reuse' the relations.
But we don't have any way to indicate when the new situation starts or the
old situation ceases.
The same goes for (long term) detours. We can't represent that.
Op ma 24 sep. 2018 om 13:32 schreef Tony Shield <tony.shield999 at gmail.com>:
> My local bus operator has ceased to operate a route, so the question is
> what is the best way to handle this end-of-life cycle?
> Should I delete the relation or is there an end date tag which says that
> the route is no longer running?
> Conversely is there a start date tag? - my operator announces new bus
> routes in advance - I can create the relations in advance but should
> they be published in advance of them actually running?
> And do the PT maps groups respect such start and end-dates?
> When I get answers should I update the wiki?
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