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Realistic (minor) delays 06/08/2019 at 21:28 #119932
TylerE
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Currently, random delays are, well, random.

For instance, I just was notified that train stabled in a platform for service the next AM would be delayed...by 3 minutes - over 6 hours before scheduled departure.

That seems...odd.

Maybe add a check such that if (anticipated delay) is a tiny fraction of the time remaining before departure, just don't implement it?

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Realistic (minor) delays 06/08/2019 at 23:50 #119939
JamesN
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I proposed an enhancement along these lines previously, I don’t recall the thread but it is already in mantis as 20474
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Realistic (minor) delays 07/08/2019 at 06:54 #119942
jem771
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A more enhanced delay control panel would be excellent.

creating delays/random delays on entry points would be a good feature
+ A while back I did suggest platform delays EG TRTS , road off - train doesn't move, then phones in with a problem. That's rather common in real life.

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Realistic (minor) delays 07/08/2019 at 10:10 #119943
njimiller
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I would advocate stripping off train failures from delays. It’s very difficult to have a scenario where you want to manage fairly beefy delays through an area without at the same time having multiple trains fail at multiple stations.
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Realistic (minor) delays 07/08/2019 at 13:25 #119944
tynie123
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I agree, I have had delays because of the wrong sort of food trolley , on services that I know do not have them, passenger disturbance on locos, in the Scottish Sims they could be weather related..

Also I do run sims with delays , but in such as the Tynside one , the knock on effect on the Metro is horrendous.

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