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York/Tyneside Multiday Timetable

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York/Tyneside Multiday Timetable 24/10/2021 at 19:31 #142018
Trainmad091
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Hi All,

I have made a York and Tyneside timetable which runs from Mon-Sun using some MO, SX, SU, WO, EWD paths.

I made a decision rule (Days of the Week) with decisions in that as Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat.
Some trains I have just put ''Sat'' , others have ''[any] Mon|Tue|Wed|Thu|Fri''

However if there are 1A00 trains for example, one with a saturday path, one with a weekday path, sometimes the saturday paths runs and I cannot figure out why.

Thanks

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York/Tyneside Multiday Timetable 24/10/2021 at 21:13 #142020
jc92
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Can you attach the timetable so we can check it over? It might be as simple as a typo in the decision for instance.
"We don't stop camborne wednesdays"
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York/Tyneside Multiday Timetable 24/10/2021 at 23:25 #142025
postal
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Trainmad091 in post 142018 said:
. . . others have ''[any] Mon|Tue|Wed|Thu|Fri''
Easier to use "[not] Sat"

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York/Tyneside Multiday Timetable 25/10/2021 at 08:35 #142027
Trainmad091
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See attached, there are hundreds of warnings because the TT isnt perfect, I was just starting the testing process and working through them one by one, but noticed some trains were using saturdays path (0600-0800 it mainly starts with trains using wrong paths)
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York/Tyneside Multiday Timetable 25/10/2021 at 11:24 #142031
bill_gensheet
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I would suggest taking one example and stripping it down to a timetable only involving those trains and their linked workings. With a fully 'assembled' timetable it can be difficult to see wood for trees.

Have you got a specific example UID ?

One possibility is that you have your 'Next' workings defined only by TD, not by UID. That may be enough to confuse ACI (and therefore ARS) so it looks like the train is in using Sat timings when it isn't, but ARS is.


Bill

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