We're wondering what "RT" stands for on the tables when the trains are on time, "Regular Time"?
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I'm probably in the minority (especially in London), but in most cases punctuality is not something I stress about, whether I'm doing the travelling or someone else is. Disclaimer: I was raised on island time.
It's not meant too identify individual train journeys that were late; Having a filter suggested would only work for trains that were >30mins late / cancelled, which is going to be exceptional and therefore not very useful for the main purpose of the site.
Anyone want to make one for Toronto streetcars and buses?
You can see historic delays at different train stops, but the map is really where it shines, seeing patterns for trains running now.
This is a great site though and potentially very useful, great job!