The convenient and comprehensive application for train graphs and timetables
In order to plan, display and supervise rail traffic it is essential to use time-distance-graphs.
jTrainGraph is an application, that enables the user to create those train graphs in an convenient way and to display
the graphs both in a planning mode, as well as in a live mode according to the specific delays of trains.
jTrainGraph was made to have a convenient, platform independent application, that can be extended.
|jTrainGraph Basis||jTrainGraph Pro||jTrainGraph Kommerziell|
|Usage||non-commercial use of application and work-results||commercial use|
|Cost||free||25€||has to be negotiated|
|Creation of timetables using convenient user interfaces|
|Numeros features that can be configured|
|Export of jpg, gif and png images|
|Trains can be copied in strict times|
|Trains can be linked in strict times|
|Calculate timetables using reference trains / mean velocities|
|Further convenient features|
|Connect trains with returning trains|
|Create vehicles and tours|
|Shunting movements between tracks|
|Timetable checks||Consistency||Consistency + route occupation + track occupation|
|Live-view of created timetables|
|Live-view of "Stellwerksim" trains|
|Compatibility with FPLedit|
Current version: 3.2.1, Release date: 12.07.2020
By downloading one of these files, you accept the rules given in the manual and in the application itself (Help => About jTrainGraph) as well as the data privacy statement.
Download basic version
The process to buy jTrainGraph Pro is as follows:
The terms and conditions to use jTrainGraph in an commercial environment are negotiated for every request.
If neccessary, jTrainGraph can be used for commercial purposes in these areas:
If you have any questions, proposals, wishes, problem reports or you want to use jTrainGraph for commercial applications, feel free to contact me via e-mail:
info [at] jtraingraph [dot] de
Example for a train graph of "Kaiserstuhlbahn" created with jTrainGraph. When you click on the image, the whole operation day including train transitions will be opened:
Example for a train graph with multiple columns with an overview on "Trossinger Eisenbahn". When you click on the image, the pdf-file printed with jTrainGraph will be opened:
This screenshot shows the train graph and one of the panels for configuration of the train graph:
Since version 3.1 train graphs with multiple tracks are possible. When you click on the image, the whole timetable with shunting and train transitions is opened:
Trains can be edited in views of all trains, e.g. in timetable frame or in frame "trains and days of operation".
It's also possible to open a specific train view by clicking into the train graph:
The live view of train graphs is in the same user interface:
Delays can be entered manually, using automatical calculations based on specific points within the timetable, or by waiting on other (delayed) trains at specific points:
Since version 3.2 vehicles and their tours can be defined and shown: