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== About ==
 
== About ==
  
The Darwin Timetable feed is a XML-based, filtered version of the [[NRE_Darwin_Push_port|Darwin Push Port]].
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The Darwin Timetable feed is a name given to a filtered version of the [[NRE_Darwin_Push_port|Darwin Push Port]] data, whereby the user filters the push port feed for Schedule and Association data only.
  
It contains all schedule changes made in real time, such as train cancellations, train service alterations and additional train services created. The feed does not include any information about live train movements or delays; it simply republishes the entire train
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It contains all schedule and association changes made in real time, such as train cancellations, train service alterations and additional train services created. The feed does not include any information about live train movements or delays; it simply republishes the entire train
schedule each time an amendment to the schedule occurs.
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schedule and/or association each time an amendment to the schedule or association occurs.
  
The feed can be used to inform journey planners with up-to-date schedules rather than static timetabled information.
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The feed can be used to inform journey planners with up-to-date schedules rather than static timetabled information. For example, it is currently used by booking office Ticket Issuing System suppliers to prevent the sale of tickets against cancelled trains.
  
 
== Availability ==
 
== Availability ==
  
 
The Darwin Timetable feed is expected to be available in April 2015.
 
The Darwin Timetable feed is expected to be available in April 2015.

Revision as of 14:07, 8 February 2015

About

The Darwin Timetable feed is a name given to a filtered version of the Darwin Push Port data, whereby the user filters the push port feed for Schedule and Association data only.

It contains all schedule and association changes made in real time, such as train cancellations, train service alterations and additional train services created. The feed does not include any information about live train movements or delays; it simply republishes the entire train schedule and/or association each time an amendment to the schedule or association occurs.

The feed can be used to inform journey planners with up-to-date schedules rather than static timetabled information. For example, it is currently used by booking office Ticket Issuing System suppliers to prevent the sale of tickets against cancelled trains.

Availability

The Darwin Timetable feed is expected to be available in April 2015.