Multiple Runs on a Single Block (No Mid-Trip Relief) ¶
In this example, bus driver X is assigned to run 10000 and completes trips 101 and 102. Bus driver Y is assigned to run 20000 and completes trips 103 and 104 immediately following trip 102. The trips serve route 12 and are part of block BLOCK-A. Driver X begins their day at a bus yard prior to trip 101 and driver Y returns to the same bus yard following trip 104.
- Run 10000 and run 20000 are not subdivided into multiple pieces.
- Run 10000 ends at the last scheduled stop of a trip.
- Run 20000 begins at the first scheduled stop of a trip.
route_id,service_id,trip_id,trip_headsign,trip_short_name,direction_id,block_id,shape_id,wheelchair_accessible,bikes_allowed 12,daily,101,,,0,BLOCK-A,,,, 12,daily,102,,,1,BLOCK-A,,,, 12,daily,103,,,0,BLOCK-A,,,, 12,daily,104,,,1,BLOCK-A,,,,
deadhead_id,service_id,block_id,shape_id,to_trip_id,from_trip_id,to_deadhead_id,from_deadhead_id daily-deadhead-1,daily,BLOCK-A,,101,,, daily-deadhead-2,daily,BLOCK-A,,,104,,
run_id,piece_id,start_type,start_trip_id,start_trip_position,end_type,end_trip_id,end_trip_position 10000,10000-1,0,daily-deadhead-1,,1,102,, 20000,20000-2,1,103,,0,daily-deadhead-2,,