I'm reading Microsoft's white paper "Round-Based Public Transit Routing" (the RAPTOR algorithm). In this algorithm, there are some definitions that I don't understand:
trip represents a sequence of stops a specific vehicle (train, bus, subway, . . . ) visits along a line
Each route consists of the trips that share the same sequence of stops.
So, if I understand, trip means a "bus route" and a route is collection of trips to make a path? If my guess is true, why does it state:
Typically there are more routes than trips
And if a route is just a collection of trips, how can I build all routes?