Apr 29, 2018 - 2:05 PM
in reply to rockoyster
<<" It even makes a reasonable attempt at the platforms at Luzern HB. The numbers only appear if you zoom in enough.">>
<<"Absolutely! That's a fairly new feature I think - good find!">>
It sure is
It even works at Langnau im Emmental, where there are two platforms and 3 tracks. My favorite place in the Three Lakes Region, Ligerz, even gets it right! One track, one platform, numbered "1."
And, at Konolfingen, it even deals with having two track numbers - 4 and 5 - on the same side of one platform. #3 is on the other side.
At Spiez, it will now be easy to explain the notorious "3 minutes to change trains? " problem, clearly showing one platform with tracks numbered 2 and 3 on the two sides.
Unfortunately, it can't handle Zürich Hauptbahnhof, where it is really badly needed.
We'll still have to resort to the Trafimage Map. It does offer the benefit of showing the shops and services, at least.
plans.trafimage.ch/zue rich-hb#?lang=en&layer=zurich_i nnenplan&x=683040&y=24 8078&r=0.15
Last modified on Apr 29, 2018 - 2:09 PM by Slowpoke