It is highly recommended to work with polylines instead of segmented vector lines. The command creates this map structure. The lidcol and pidcol columns contain the line IDs which relate mileposts and vector line(s) to each other. As first step, bus route data are prepared. # break into segments for correct route selection v.clean roads_net out=busroute_tmp tool=break # make polyline for easier line selection by coordinate pairs busroute_tmp out=busroute_tmp2 # reverse delete: reduce route map to bus route (enter in one line) v.edit -r busroute_tmp2 tool=delete coords=590273,4927304,rs 590346,4927246,590414,4927210,590438,4927096,590468,4926966,rs 590491,4926848,590566,4926798,590637,4926753,590701,4926698,rs 590830,4926726,590935,4926751,590993,4926830,590972,4926949,rs 590948,4927066,590922,4927182,590957,4927251 thresh=5 # vector line needs to be polyline busroute_tmp2 out=busroute_tmp3 v.category busroute_tmp3 out=busroute op=add g.remove vect=busroute_tmp,busroute_tmp2,busroute_tmp3 The result can be visualized: g.region vect=busroute n=n+100 s=s-100 w=w-100 e=e+100 d.mon x0 d.vect roads_net d.vect busroute col=red width=2 The vector map ‘busroute’ needs have an attribute table which contain an integer column lidcol with value be ’22’ for this example (bus route): v.db.addtable busroute col=’lid integer’ v.db.update busroute col=lid value=22 busroute cat|lid 1|22 A new point map ‘busstops’ shall contain mileposts (bus stops) along this line (use thresh to define maximal accepted deviation from this line): # generate points map echo ‘590263|4927361 590432|4927120 590505|4926776 590660|4926687 590905|4926742 590972|4926949 591019|4927263′ | out=busstops d.vect busstops icon=basic/triangle col=blue d.vect busstops disp=cat lcol=blue The milepost attributes table needs to be created with specific columns: v.db.addtable busstops col=’lid integer, start_mp double precision, rs start_off double precision, end_mp double precision, rs end_off double precision’ v.db.update busstops col=lid value=22 Since the digitizing order of above reflects the bus stop order along the route, we can simply copy the category number as milepost order number in column start_mp: v.db.update busstops col=start_mp qcol=cat # verify table busstops cat|lid|start_mp|start_off|end_mp|end_off 1|22|1||| 2|22|2||| 3|22|3||| 4|22|4||| 5|22|5||| 6|22|6||| 7|22|7||| # visualize with start_mp to check order d.erase d.vect roads_net d.vect busroute col=red width=2 d.vect busstops icon=basic/triangle col=blue d.vect busstops disp=attr attrcol=start_mp lcol=blue Offsets (start_off, end_off) can be later used in case the route or mileposts get modified. As second step, the linear reference network is created: v.lrs.create busroute points=busstops out=route_lrs err=lrs_error rs lidcol=lid pidcol=lid rstable=route_lrs thresh=50 This creates the maps ‘route_lrs’ containing the LRS and ‘lrs_error’ containing the errors if any. The resulting LRS table and map can be shown: # show LRS table route_lrs d.vect route_lrs col=blue width=2 Source.

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