WAY OF PLANNING
I PREFER TALKING TO DRAWING. DRAWING IS FASTER,
AND LEAVES LESS ROOM FOR LIES (Le Corbusier).
Graphic timetables are the most common way to represent train operations: timetable planners can immediately point out the critical points of a timetable by simply looking at it. In TRENOPlus, timetable graphs can be customized with a series of options and include the representation of the infrastructure usage.
Depending on the detail you choose when defining the network, occupation can be shown as blocking or headway time between trains, allowing a quick overview of the residual capacity. Zoom and other flexible settings allow customizing the graphic settings of the timetable, and a variety of output formats ensures the graph will always be attractive.
When the highest editing flexibility is required, the graphic timetable is exported as drawing to be completely modified in third-party software.
- Planned and calculated running times;
- View the conflicts among trains;
- Calculate the blocking times;
- Usable on any user-defined corridor;
- Filters for operating days and validity periods;
- Edit a train within a graphic timetable;
- Zoom and flexible graphic editing;
- Export as drawing, pdf or high-resolution image in various formats.