Commonly used transit terms.
A collection of trips assigned to a vehicle for a day.
One of two possible directions of travel on a route.
The unique number that indentifies each stop.
A travel path through the street network to visit selected stops for one trip.
A collection of ordered stops presented by a name such as route no. 801 ‘SLC/Orem/Provo Express’.
One of several stops on each route that serves as a benchmark to determine if the trip is running on time.
An iteration of a vehicle traveling along a given pattern.
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