|route = tram|
|The route of a tram service|
|Grupo: transporte público|
|Usado en estos elementos|
|Estado: de facto|
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This tag can be used to mark the route of a tram service (eg the "Red line").
Tagging a tram route relation
Use one relation for each direction (or variation), so you need at least 2 relations for a tram line, both connected with a route master relation.
|ref||reference||The reference by which the route is known. e.g. 4, 4A, X13, etc. (recommended)|
|operator||operator||Name of the company that operates the route.|
for PTv2 please use:
<vehicle type> <reference number>: <initial stop> => <terminal stop>
|The name of the route or line.|
|network||local / regional network||Name (abbr.) of the network; e.g., BVG, RMV. (optional)|
|duration||time from start to end||The amount of time from the first to last stop of the tram route. Use HHːMMːSS, HːMMːSS, HHːMM, HːMM, MM, or M format.|
|interval||time between arrivals||The time between arrivals at any given station along the route, also known as the "service frequency". Use HHːMMːSS, HːMMːSS, HHːMM, HːMM, MM, or M format.|
|colour||ex: red / #FFEEDD||The "official" color for the tram route. Identifiers in some cities. (optional)|
In PTv2, the roles route, forward and backward are invalid.
- route=train - The route of a train service (e.g. London-Paris Eurostar). Not to be confused with a named stretch of railroad track (see route=railway).
- route=bus - The route of a bus service.