- In slow speed sections, FV trains may only run at reduced speed.
These therefore have a significant influence on the FV punctuality of Deutsche Bahn
- Slow speed sections of high speed traffic (>160km/h) are not relevant to safety and therefore do not need to be recorded centrally
- Due to this difficult data situation, there is a lack of transparency about the current operating situation and efficient management of punctuality is difficult.
- Speed dips are determined from the GPS data of long-distance trains using an empirical approach
- The identified route sections are visualised on a map and their relevance is determined based on the travel time loss from the operational data
- An R-Shiny web application intersects the data with information from the network control centre and provides the content to a panel of experts
- The slow speed sections are compiled in a view
- A focus on the most important places is possible on the basis of the travel time loss
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