3.16.2. Rules for adding attributes to water transport items

Water transport items include sections of water transport lines, stations, and routes.

Below you'll find:

3.16.2.1. Rules for adding attributes to water transport line sections

Sections of water transport lines don't have attributes:

3.16.2.2. Rules for adding attributes to water transport stations

The attribute panel for a water transport station looks like this:

When you add attributes to water transport stations, follow the rules that apply specifically to them. The attributes for items are listed below, as well as the rules for entering values for each of them:

3.16.2.2.1

When you enter an item type, select the value from the list.

  • marina
  • seaport
  • river port
3.16.2.2.2

Enter the Name in accordance with the general rules (see 3.1.3. Map item naming rules.

3.16.2.2.3. Water transport routes

Enter the number or name of the route that makes stops at that station.

Attention.

For rules on selecting which water transport routes to plot on YME, as well as rules for creating water transport routes and adding attributes to them, see section 3.16.2.3. Rules for creating water transport routes and adding attributes to them.

Enter route numbers one at a time. They are selected from a list that automatically includes numbers of routes that pass through the area within two kilometers of that stop:

If the route number you need is not in the list, enter it in the line (this creates a new route).

The values that are entered appear in the orange stripe:

To delete a route number from a given transport stop that it no longer services, click the cross in the appropriate stripe.

To edit route parameters, click on the stripe containing the route number. For more information, see 3.16.2.3. Rules for creating water transport routes and adding attributes to them

3.16.2.2.4

Enter addresses in accordance with the attribute rules for address points (see section 3.5.2. Rules for adding attributes to addresses).

3.16.2.2.5. Working hours

Enter the days of the week and times when the business or organization is open. For example: “Weekdays 9:00-20:00, Sat 10:00-18:00”.

3.16.2.2.6. Website
3.16.2.2.6.1

You can enter website addresses with or without the “http://” part.

3.16.2.2.6.2

You can enter the following in the “Site” field:

  • Address of map item's official site
  • Address of unofficial map item site (if there is an official site, then enter the unofficial site after it)
  • link to high-quality article about the item (for example, in Wikipedia)
  • link to schedule
3.16.2.2.6.3

In the “Site” field, you should not enter the item author's address or any other addresses that do not relate to the item itself.

3.16.2.2.6.4

In the “Site” field, you can enter several addresses separated by commas.

3.16.2.2.7. Website

You must enter the water transport station's email address in the “Email address” field.

You can not enter the map-item author's email address or other addresses that don't relate to the item itself.

3.16.2.2.8. Telephone
3.16.2.2.8.1
Enter a map item's phone number using this format:
+A (BBB) CCC-CC-CC

where:

“А” – country code (1 - 3 digits)

“ВВВ” – city or zone code, including for cellular numbers (this may not always be a three-digit number)

“CCC-CC-CC” – phone number (the number of digits may not always be seven).

Examples of correct number formats: +7 (495) 222-22-22, +7 (34111) 2-22-22.

3.16.2.2.8.2

You must enter the water transport station's phone number in the “Telephone” field.

3.16.2.2.8.3

You can not enter the author of the map item's number or any other numbers that don't relate to the item itself in the “Telephone” field.

3.16.2.3. Rules for creating water transport routes and adding attributes to them

3.16.2.3.1.

Rules for creating water transport routes are described above (see point 3.16.2.2.3. Water transport routes.

3.16.2.3.2. Selecting water transport routes

Draw regular water transport routes that travel in urban and suburban waters on the map.

You can map the following:

  • Seasonal routes

  • Chartered public urban and suburban routes

  • Other existing water transport routes that carry passengers on a regular basis.

Do not map the following:

  • Tour routes

  • Chartered urban and suburban routes that are not accessible to the public

  • Irregular routes

  • Temporary routes (those that run for less than two weeks).

3.16.2.3.3. Components of water transport routes

After a route is created, you should link it to the water transport stations where the vessel stops (going in order in both directions). Be sure to include stations where passengers only embark or only disembark).

Do not include stations where the vessel passes by but does not stop.

To include or exclude a station from a route:

  1. Click on the attribute panel for the station (the orange stripe with the route name):

    An route attribute panel will open:

  2. Click Edit in the route's attribute panel.

    The panel will switch to editing mode and then you can edit the route name.

    Stations that are already included in the route will be marked .

  3. Click on the station icon to include it in the route or exclude it from the route if it was already included: