I want to supplement another point.
According to train network map, for example, if I am in Stirling stn and I need to go
to the Perth underground and walk to the Perth station catching the Fremantle line. In
this scenario, should we take account in the time I walk through the Perth station?
"David May" wrote:
> You should refer to the GTFS documentation online.> The exact information you require is to found in> the file transfers.txt.
thanks, I can find how long I should need to go through Perth station to Perth
underground stn now! But how can I calculate the time I take in the train for example
from Claremont stn to Fremantle stn?
You should refer to the GTFS documentation online.
stop_times.txt contains arrival time and departure
time for each stop on a trip.
It might have been helpful if an entity relationship
diagram had been included in the GTFS documentation -
I don't know why it was not included.
The transfers.txt file contains details around how long it takes to transfer between
different parts of a station, for example to walk between platforms. It doesn’t
necessarily contain all the stops in stops.txt.