Route settings allow you to update the route's name, ID, description, styling and agency, as well as view the route type and mode.
The route settings comprise a number of properties for describing and styling the route that you have selected in the service's panel.
Name and Short Name
Your route's Short Name will be displayed in preference to its full name on the services tool panel and above the full name of any route in Engage.
This is a custom identifier you can set, which will be included as the route_id for GTFS exports, and can used as a filter in isochrone queries.
This will be displayed under the name of your route in Engage and allows you to provide a longer form context for stakeholders.
This is the colour on your map of patterns on that route. It is also shown next to the route name/short name on the services panel.
You may set your route in one of three styles:
You may use these styling options to depict service changes such as adjustments and detours, as depicted above. Changes to style carry over to Engage, meaning that you can use them to showcase route alterations to your stakeholders.
Type and Mode
These are set when you create the route and are non-modifiable. They show you whether the service type is scheduled or on-demand and the associated transport type of that route (bus, tram, metro, etc...)
This will delete the route, including all trips and patterns. You may use the undo button (below) or CTRL + Z on Windows / ⌘ command + Z on OSX to undo this change, if made in error.