|Documentation||A base itinerary is made up of 1 or more base itinerary points.
Instinctively one would assume that at least 2 base itinerary points would be required, however for modeling stabling of trains at a track only a single point is needed and the requirement for a second one would actually be a problem. When describing a movement from one place to another however at least 2 base itinerary points are needed. Each such base itinerary point represents a stop or passthrough at an operational point along the route.
|Children||followupSections (0..1), pass (1..1), stop (1..1), times (0..*), trackRef (0..*)|
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Introduced with version 3.2