CIF Schedule Records

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Overview

Schedule records are contained within the SCHEDULE data feed, and provide information about the possible schedules available for trains. For a given train service, there may be multiple schedules listed - the date of the train service and any short / very-short term plans will affect which schedule is current.

A schedule record comprises of a header containing a schedule UID, data about the schedule (including whether it is a train, bus or ship) and validity dates, and an ordered list of locations and times at which a particular service should arrive, depart or pass.

  • Originating locations will always have a WTT departure time and optionally a public departure time
  • Intermediate locations in a schedule will have a passing time if they are a mandatory timing point, or an arrival and departure time if the train carries out an activity at that location
  • Terminating locations will always have a WTT arrival time and optionally a public arrival time, which may be some minutes later than the WTT time
  • A location may have one or more activities associated with it - for example, U for locations where the train calls to pick up passengers (i.e. not available for alighting), D for locations where the train calls to set down passengers (i.e. not available for boarding).
  • A location may have engineering, pathing or performance allowances

Record Format

BSRG828851510191510231100100 POO2N75    113575825 DMUE   090      S            O
BX         SRY                                                                  
LOGLGQHL  1703 17033  UEG    TB                                                 
LICWLRSSJ           1706 00000000                                               
LICWLRSWJ           1706H00000000      UEG                                      
LIBSHB    1709 1710      17091710         T                                     
CRLENZIE  OO2N75    123578903 DMUE   090      S                                 
LILENZIE  1714 1714H     17141714         T                                     
LICROY              1720 000000001                      1H                      
LIGNHLUJN           1726 00000000                        H                      
LIGNHLLJN           1727 00000000                                               
LICRMRSWJ           1729 00000000                                               
LICRMRSEJ           1730 00000000                                               
LICAMELON 1731 1732      17311732         T                                     
LTFALKRKG 1734 17341     TF                                                     

Record Types

BS - Basic Schedule

Field Format Size Mandatory Comment
Record Identity String 2 Y Value BS.
Transaction Type Char 1 Y The type of transaction
  • N - New
  • D - Delete
  • R - Revise.
Train UID String 6 Y The identifier for the schedule. This is made up of a letter plus five numbers. There may be multiple schedules for one schedule UID. See also the train_uid field of the TRUST Train Activation message type.
Date Runs From Date (YYMMDD) 6 Y The start date of the schedule.
Date Runs To Date (YYMMDD) 6 Y* The end date of the schedule.
Days Run Bit String 7 Y* A seven-bit field; first bit starting from the left represents Monday, and last bit represents Sunday. A 1 means that the service runs on that day, while a 0 means that it does not.
Bank Holiday Running Char 1 Bank holiday running code:
  • X - Does not run on specified Bank Holiday Mondays
  • G - Does not run on Glasgow Bank Holidays.
Train Status Char 1 Y* See train status codes.
Train Category String 2 Y* See train category codes.
Train Identity String 4 Y* Signalling ID, also referred to as headcode, not to be confused with below. For passenger services, this is the headcode of the service. For anonymous freight services this will be blank.
Headcode Numeric 4 National Reservation System headcode, designated by train operator, not to be confused with above.
Course Indicator Numeric 1 Y Not used. Value 1.
Train Service Code Numeric 8 Y* Divides trains into service groups. Is used for attribution of revenue.
Portion ID Char 1 Used to denote a Portion ID for services involved in joining / splitting activities (Associations).
Power Type String 3 Y* See power type codes.
Timing Load String 4 See timing load codes.
Speed Numeric 3 Y* Planned speed of the train service in miles per hour.
Operating Characteristics String 6 See operating characteristics codes.
Seating Class Char 1 Seating classes available:
  • Blank or B - First and standard
  • S - Standard class only.
Sleepers Char 1 Sleeping accommodation available:
  • B - First and standard class
  • F - First Class only
  • S - Standard class only.
Reservations Char 1 Reservation recommendations:
  • A - Reservations compulsory
  • E - Reservations for bicycles essential
  • R - Reservations recommended
  • S - Reservations possible from any station.
Connection Indicator Char 1 Not used.
Catering Code String 4 Up to two characters from the following:
  • C - Buffet Service
  • F - Restaurant Car available for First Class passengers
  • H - Hot food available
  • M - Meal included for First Class passengers
  • P - Wheelchair only reservations
  • R - Restaurant
  • T - Trolley service.
Service Branding String 4 Service brand:
  • E - Eurostar.
Spare 1
STP Indicator Char 1 Y STP (short-term planning) schedule indicator:
  • C - STP cancellation of permanent association
  • N - New STP association (not an overlay)
  • O - STP overlay of permanent association
  • P - Permanent association

* may be truncated in Delete records.

BX - Basic Schedule Extra Details

Note that for Deletion and Cancellation of schedules, a BX record will not be issued.

Field Format Size Mandatory Comment
Record Identity String 2 Y Value BX.
Traction Class String 4 Not used.
UIC Code Numeric 5 A 5-character numeric code for train services running to/from continental Europe.
ATOC Code String 2 Y See TOC codes.
Applicable Timetable Code Char 1 Y
  • Y - Train is subject to performance monitoring (Applicable Timetable Service)
  • N - Train is not subject to performance monitoring (Not Applicable Timetable Service)
Reserved field String 8 RSID. Not populated from ITPS.
Reserved field Char 1 Data source. Not populated from ITPS.
Spare 57

* may be truncated in Delete records.


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