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I have a rather special question: Is it useful to a have a list of all regional train relations (in Germany)? It might be vastly out-of-date if no one keeps track of it. In my user space I already prepared a version for the state Lower Saxony.

Ich habe eine eher spezielle Frage: Ist es sinnvoll eine Liste mit allen RE und RB Relationen zu haben? Es mag ziemlich schnell veralten, wenn es niemand pflegt. In meinem Userspace habe ich bereits eine Version für Niedersachsen erstellt.

asked 15 Jun '16, 21:12

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edited 15 Jun '16, 21:14

You have answered your own question : if nobody maintain it, it's useless. Plus you can retrieve this information automatically. This kind of list on the wiki may be useful in the particular case whre a job has to be coordinated between several users.

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answered 16 Jun '16, 18:32

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Hi @yvecai,

Since you mentioned train information can be retrieved automatically, I need train route information for a project. I don't need maps UI for now (for MVP its not needed).

For example, 1. List of all train stations in germany 2. Given station A and B, what are the possible train routes (no realtime info needed).

could you guide me how to proceed? I am totally new to OpenStreetMap.

Thanks :-)

(21 Jun '19, 13:58) Laksh_Narayan

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