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Hi, Am 03.03.2016 um 22:43 schrieb Alexander Matheisen: > * importance=international: > * Location and served areas: located in big cities (often capitals), > an important node in the international and national long-distance > traffic network, is a central node of the public transport network of > large region > * Traffic: highspeed trains, long-distance trains, night trains, > regional trains, commuter trains > * Examples: Frankfurt (Main), Munich, Stuttgart, Vienna, Salzburg > > * importance=national: > * Location and served areas: located in cities with national > importance, important for interchanging between long-distance and > regional trains, used for interchanging between long-distance trains > that connect different parts of a country, important node of the > regional public transport network > * Traffic: (mostly national) long-distance trains, regional trains, > commuter trains > * Examples: Mainz, Mannheim, Bonn, Freiburg (Breisgau), Magdeburg > > * importance=regional: > * Location and served areas: located in cities and larger towns with > regional importance, important for interchanging between regional > trains, important node of the regional public transport network > * Traffic: regional trains, commuter trains > * Examples: Düren, Euskirchen, Lienz > > * importance=urban: > * Location and served areas: located in towns and larger villages > with local importance, used for connecting these places to larger > cities, important node of the local public transport network, used for > interchanging between local public transport routes > * Traffic: regional trains stopping only in important stations > (Regionalexpress in Germany), regional and commuter trains (S- und > Regionalbahnen in Germany) > * Examples: Remagen, Andernach, Dormagen, Wernigerode > > * importance=suburban: > * Location and served areas: located in suburbs of metropolitan > areas, connecting suburbs and bigger light rail and tram stations > * Traffic: commuter trains (S-Bahnen in Germany), light rails (U- > oder Stadtbahnen in Germany) > * Examples: Düsseldorf-Friedrichstadt, Köln Hansaring > > * importance=local: > * Location and served areas: typically located in rural areas, > hamlets, villages > * Traffic: regional trains stopping at every station (Regionalbahnen > in Germany) > * Examples: Satzvey, Dalheim, Brocken, Drei Annen-Hohne I would add two additional categories: * importance=low: * Location and served areas: small stops where most trains (even local trains) do not stop apart form a few "alibi trains"  (usually in the early morning and/or late evening) * Traffic: few regional trains stopping at every station * Examples: Rosenberg (Baden), Rammingen (Württemberg), Unadingen * importance=sometimes * Location and served areas: stops which are either only served by irregular running historic trains on preserved lines or only on special (large) events * Traffic: only historic trains / anything between two trains per day and multiple per minute * Examples: Gerstetten (?), Welzheim Best regards Michael  Usually two trains (one per direction) which only run to serve an obligation of service (national railway companies are sometimes force to serve a line althought the do not really want it). -- Per E-Mail kommuniziere ich bevorzugt GPG-verschlüsselt. (Mailinglisten ausgenommen) I prefer GPG encryption of emails. (does not apply on mailing lists) -------------- next part -------------- A non-text attachment was scrubbed... Name: signature.asc Type: application/pgp-signature Size: 819 bytes Desc: OpenPGP digital signature URL: <http://lists.openrailwaymap.org/archives/openrailwaymap/attachments/20160303/d8b92de6/attachment.sig>