Welcome to the new and improved GTFS Manager! Don't worry, your data are all here!
The trips you normally see in the traditional dashboard are still here, just in a slightly different form. In order to more-easily identify and display variations of stop orders and headways within each route, "trips" are now comprised of a stop pattern (which stops in what order) and one or more associated timed patterns (headway times between each stop).
Lets take a look at a route and its trips in both the classic and updated GTFS Managers.
Here is the route we will use for comparison. It is comprised of three trips. The first two have the same stop and timed patterns, the last has a different stop and timed pattern.
In classic GTFS Manager, the route dashboard appears as such. We see that each trip is assigned to the Year Round calendar.
Looking at the stop patterns dashboard in the new GTFS Manager, we see each of the stop patterns for each direction of travel. We are interested in the eastbound patterns. The pattern labeled Primary refers to the stop pattern used most often in the route. The pattern labeled -Soc Sec, Finley&Stone describes the stop pattern that does not serve the Social Security and Finley & Stone stops.
If we click on the -Soc Sec, Finley&Stone stop pattern, then use the timed pattern drop-down menus, we see the trip at 17:25 is associated with this stop and timed pattern combination.
If we click on the Primary eastbound stop pattern, then use the timed pattern drop-down menus, we see the trips at 10:15 and 13:35 are associated with this stop and timed pattern combination.
We see that these trips do exist, now lets make sure they are scheduled correctly. Click on the schedules tab at the top of the page.
Looking at the schedules page for Route 4a, we can see that the Primary and -Soc Sec, Finley&Stone stop patterns are assigned to the year round calendar. The Primary stop pattern has trips scheduled at 10:15 and 13:35, and the -Soc Sec, Finley&Stone stop pattern has one trip scheduled at 17:25. Note that the westbound trips are toggled off in this view.