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I have a Loop Route that's showing a 1-hour wait time at the last/first stop. Google Query screenshot

Google Query example

This is the last/first stop of my loop.

BLU,06:30:00,06:30:00,PRICE_ST,1,To Crescent Harbor
...
BLU,07:28:00,07:28:00,ARR_TRANSF,18,To Crescent Harbor
BLU,07:30:00,07:30:00,PRICE_ST,19,To Crescent Harbor

Have I misunderstood how to use the frequencies.txt? My understanding is that it adds 3600 seconds (1 hour) to the first stop's time and continues on from there.

trip_id,start_time,end_time,headway_secs,exact_times
BLU,06:30:00,19:30:00,3600,1

Or is there some issue with not enough time between the last stop and the first stop?

  • You have a transfers.txt that specifies two stops to transfer between, but you don't specify a min_transfer_time. While the spec suggests that transfer_type 1 should cover this case, it might be my guess to do so. – Tony Laidig May 17 '18 at 6:16
  • But it’s not a transfer, it’s the same vehicle. – jfact0ry May 17 '18 at 18:42
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I added a block_id to my trips.txt. I didn't expect that to be the solution but today all my queries are resulting in trips with proper times, so I think that did it or somehow it fixed itself.

Edit: it now recognizes that it's the same vehicle. screenshot

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