Darwin:Train Loading

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A loading message contains details of the relative passenger load in each coach on a train. This information is maintained by train operators and is as accurate as the input they provide.


Loading messages are presented in a 'formationLoading' tag. Loading is given for each location in the schedule where a train calls, stops to pick up, or stops to set down passengers.

The figures are integers between 0 and 100, with 0 indicating the lowest loading, and 100 indicating the highest loading.

Example message

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<Pport xmlns:fml="http://www.thalesgroup.com/rtti/PushPort/Formations/v1" xmlns:fml2="http://www.thalesgroup.com/rtti/PushPort/Formations/v2" ts="2018-12-21T09:18:07.3352725+00:00" version="STG-16.0" xmlns="http://www.thalesgroup.com/rtti/PushPort/v16">
  <uR updateOrigin="CIS" requestSource="CACI" requestID="lv1221091807153">
    <formationLoading fid="201812217119801-001" rid="201812217119801" tpl="GTWK" wta="09:40:30" wtd="09:42" pta="09:41" ptd="09:42">
      <fml:loading coachNumber="0">48</fml:loading>
      <fml:loading coachNumber="1">56</fml:loading>
      <fml:loading coachNumber="2">51</fml:loading>
      <fml:loading coachNumber="3">73</fml:loading>
      <fml:loading coachNumber="4">100</fml:loading>