Trips define the start and end point of a movement with optional changes in mode. In definition they are quite similar to a vehicle except for the missing route information. They are input to routers.
Rides define the start and end point of a movement with a single mode of transport (e.g. a car or a bus). They are part of person definitions.
|from||string||valid edge ids||-||id of the start edge|
|to||string||valid edge ids||-||id of the destination edge|
the route to take is defined by the vehicle.
Walks define a pedestrian movement. They are part of person definitions.
|edges||list||valid edge ids||-||id of the edges to walk|
The "edges" are traveled in the order listed. They do not need to be joined in the net. If they are not, a shortest path calculation is done between two consecutive list members. The "edges" list may contain only a single item for simulating waiting. At least one of "speed" and "duration" have to be given. If both are given, the walk will last at least "duration" but may longer if the "speed" is low.
A person moves through the net by walking or using vehicles.
|id||string||valid XML ids||-|
It has rides and walks as child elements.