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.
|non-commercial use of application and work-results
|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
|Consistency + route occupation + track occupation
|Live-view of created timetables
|Live-view of "Stellwerksim" trains
|Compatibility with FPLedit
Current version: 3.4.2, Release date: 30.12.2022
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.
jTrainGraph can be used for commercial purposes in various 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:
Since version 3.3, train graphs with time on x-axis can be displayed (click on the image to open the whole train graph)
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: