User talk:DGrewal

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Block

A block is the path traveled by a bus from pull-out (usually from a garage, yard, or depot) to pull-in (usually into a garage, yard, or depot). Each block can only have one bus.

Hierarchy: Block > Route > Trip > Run > Stop

Route

A route is a defined path taken by a bus with a designated start point (stop, node) and a designated end point (stop, node).

Hierarchy: Block > Route > Trip > Run > Stop

Trip

A trip is a unidirectional path of travel on a route.

Hierarchy: Block > Route > Trip > Run > Stop

Run

A run is an atomic piece of work performed by a driver. Only one driver can be assigned to a run.

Hierarchy: Block > Route > Trip > Run > Stop

Stop

A stop is a dedicated physical location along a block, route, trip, or run.

Hierarchy: Block > Route > Trip > Run > Stop

Node

A node is a dedicated point along a block, route, trip, or run. Although a node can be a stop, not all nodes are necessarily stops.