There may be cases where you will want to manually edit an alignment to travel along a different street, through a parking lot, or to correct for errors using Autogenerate.
Edit an Existing Alignment
Navigate to Map View and select Alignments. If you know the location of the Alignment that needs edits, zoom in on the map and click the Alignment. If you know which two Stop the Alignment is in between, use the Zoom to Alignment drop-down menu to narrow your field of view. Click on the desired segment and choose Edit Segment.
The selected Alignment will be highlighted in yellow. New segment points can be created by clicking anywhere along the alignment and current segment points can be deleted by clicking on them. Dragging part of an alignment along a different path of travel will automatically create a new point. Once you've made changes to an Alignment, click Save Segment at the bottom of the Alignment Options Menu.
Move Between Alignments
You can quickly move between Alignments when using "Zoom to Alignment" by pressing J (to move to the preceding Alignment) and L (to move to the next Alignment.)
Delete an Alignment
Deleting an Alignment will remove any segments between two stops, returning the Alignment to a straight, red line. This may be necessary to redo Autogenerate.
If you wish to remove all points along an Alignment instead of deleting it, you can select Clear Segment Points instead.
Since Alignments are reproduced any time two Stops are used in the same sequence in a Stop Pattern, you may need to create a separate Alignment for special services or when a vehicle travels on a different path for a given Stop Pattern (different Alignments are not available for different Timed Patterns, only different Stop Patterns.)
Selecting Set as Custom Override will ensure that only this Alignment is changed, for this Stop Patterns (and other Stop Patterns will remain untouched.)
Custom Overrides are shown as a teal color to differentiate from system-wide green segments.
To return an Alignment to the same Alignment used elsewhere, select Use System-Wide Alignment.
Solo this alignment: Adjusts your screen to only view the highlighted alignment street alignment segment.
Solo Alignment and Hide/View System Stops
If you need to visually remove other Alignments to make your edits, select Solo this Alignment to hide extraneous Alignments from view during edits.
If you need to hide or view other stops in your feed in Map View, select the "hamburger" menu and select the appropriate option.
Flag Stop and On Demand Stops