About On-Time Performance

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The On-Time Performance (OTP) module gives insights into your transit system’s historical schedule adherence. By understanding where vehicles are scheduled to be versus where they actually are throughout their runs, Swiftly accurately identifies when and where vehicles are early, late, and on time. In the OTP module, you can view overall schedule adherence performance over a particular date range or narrow in on a particular route to understand where routes become problematic - at specific stops, during certain time windows, or both - so that you can make informed decisions about how to triage and resolve schedule and planning issues.

 

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The basics

Summary Overview: You can view the overall on-time performance across all stops and routes as well as the changes to your on-time performance. You can view changes over the last 30 days and over the last 6 months.

Routes Overview: You can view on-time performance for all routes or specific routes. If you select a single route, you can view OTP by stop, by time of day, by severity (histogram), or at the granular schedule level.

Filters: most commonly, agencies filter data by setting a particular date range over which they want to view information. You can add more filters by clicking the cog icon in the top right to zero in on subsets of data. Other filters persist in the interface, like the options to view combined data or just early, on-time, or late data points.

Own your data: When you use Swiftly, we help process and display your data in ways that help isolate problems, but at the end of the day, the underlying data is always yours. You can easily export the underlying data we use to generate charts in our dashboard to CSV so you can merge with other data sets or run your own analyses.

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