Exemplo de atualização de viagem completa

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O exemplo a seguir é uma representação ASCII de um feed de atualização de viagem com conjunto de dados completo.

Para saber mais sobre como criar um feed de atualização de viagem, consulte Fornecer informações da viagem em tempo real com TripUpdates.

# header information
header {
  # version of speed specification. Currently "2.0"
  gtfs_realtime_version: "2.0"

  # DIFFERENTIAL is unsupported. use FULL_DATASET only
  incrementality: FULL_DATASET

  # The moment where this dataset was generated on the server.
  timestamp: 1656230726
}
# A definition (or update) of an entity in the transit feed.
# Multiple entities can be included in the feed.
# be sure to provide information about EVERY active trip on every feed update
entity {
  # unique identifier for the entity within the feed update message
  id: "simple-trip"

  # "type" of the entity
  trip_update {
    # a descriptor that identifies an instance of a GTFS trip
    # defines the identifier of a trip in reference to the trips.txt file
    # it is recommended to provide trip_id, which should be one of the following
    # (1) a trip defined in the static feed
    # (2) a duplicate trip with schedule_relationship ADDED and new start time
    # (3) a frequency based trip with a clearly defined start time
    trip {
      # the trip_id from the GTFS feed that this trip refers to
      trip_id: "trip1"
      # the start time of this trip instance as specified from the GTFS feed
      start_time: "14:05:00"
      # the start date of this trip instance
      start_date: "20220628"
      # The relation between this trip and the static schedule
      schedule_relationship: SCHEDULED
      # the route id from the GTFS feed that this trip belongs to
      route_id: "ROUTE1"
      # the direction_id from the GTFS feed that this trip refers to
      direction_id: 0
    }

    # schedule information update
    stop_time_update {
      # this must be the same as in stop_times.txt in the GTFS feed
      # if stop_id is unique within the trip, use either stop_sequence or stop_id
      # if a stop_id appears more than once within the trip, use stop_sequence and optionally stop_id
      stop_sequence: 3
      # vehicle's arrival time
      arrival {
        # delayed by 5 seconds
        # with respect to the arrival time defined in static feed
        delay: 5
      }
      departure {
        # delayed by 5 seconds
        # with respect to the departure time defined in static feed
        delay: 5
      }
    }

    # this stop’s delay is propagated to subsequent stops
    # until the upcoming stop with realtime schedule defined
    # i.e. stop 4 - 9 will have 5 seconds delay

    # update on the vehicle's schedule for stop sequence 10
    stop_time_update {
      stop_sequence: 10
      # dynamically assign a new platform by providing its stop_id
      # together with the stop_sequence
      # the new platform assigned must be part of the same station
      # as the original stop/platform
      stop_id: platform_id_123
      arrival {
        # with the default delay of 0 (on time)
        delay: 0
      }
    }
    stop_time_update {
      stop_sequence: 11
      arrival {
        # the time of arrival in seconds after epoch
        time: 1656230830
      }
      departure {
        # the time of departure in seconds after epoch
        time: 1656230890
      }
    }
    stop_time_update {
      stop_sequence: 11
      # the stop is skipped, i.e. the vehicle will not stop at this stop
      schedule_relationship: SKIPPED
    }
    stop_time_update {
      stop_sequence: 12
      arrival {
        # negative delay means vehicle is 2 seconds ahead of schedule
        delay: -2
      }
    }
  }
}

# second entity containing update information for another trip
entity {
  id: "2"
  trip_update {
    trip {
      # the trip_id from the GTFS feed that this added trip is duplicated after
      trip_id: "trip2"
      # the start time of the new added trip instance
      start_time: "14:05:00"
      start_date: "20220628"
      # use “ADDED” to specify an extra trip that was added in addition to
      # a running schedule
      schedule_relationship: ADDED

    }
    stop_time_update {
      stop_sequence: 1
      arrival {
        # It's recommended to provide an absolute timestamp
        # for easy calculation of relative time
        time: 1656239890
      }
    }
  }
}

# third entity containing update information for a canceled trip
entity {
  id: "3"
  trip_update {
    trip {
      trip_id: "trip2"
      start_time: "14:05:00"
      start_date: "20220628"
      # use “CANCELED” to specify a trip that existed in static GTFS but was canceled
      schedule_relationship: CANCELED

    }
  }
}