TRACC 1.3.4 Product Tip, Week 2 – Export .cif by mode and Export suspended services only
Product Tip, Week 2 – Export .cif by mode and Export suspended services only
Another week, another product tip! As promised, we’re going to look at some more of the newest features in TRACC so you can get the most out of them. This week the focus is on Exporting non-suspended services only and Exporting .cif by mode.
Have a public transport network at the ready so you can follow the steps below!
Export non-suspended services only
A much-requested new feature, the option to filter services based on their suspended status upon exporting. You have the choice to export all services including those that are suspended, suspended services only or active services only.
Why might you want to export only non-suspended trips, you ask? Well, should you ever have calculated the optimal network for a study, you can better isolate this network by exporting only active services. This can be reloaded back into TRACC or third-party GIS software at any point in time as a standalone dataset.
How to do this?
Activate the public transport network.
Click ‘Save’ and select ‘Service(s) as’