Tracks: General

General Settings


Auto generated track object ID.

Block ID or Sensor

The block or sensor ID is used to set the representation of this track (SpDrS60 Theme ) to occupied .

A sensor must be set visible to be able to set the track occupied.


The sensor ID is used to set the representation of this track (SpDrS60 Theme ) to occupied .

Route IDs

If one or more route IDs are entered here the track symbol (SpDrS60 theme ) indicates the active route by the route representation or, if no route symbol is found, the occupied symbol .
This is a list of comma separated Route IDs without white space (blanks). If one of the IDs has become locked the route representation will be shown.
With the […] button a list of Route IDs can be selected.


Type Name1) Remark SpDrS60
straight Straight Default straight track.
curve Curve Default curved track.
dir Direction One way direction.
The Arrow is descriptive only and symbolises usage in one direction; driving is still possible in both directions in manual mode and, provided the corresponding route exists, in auto mode as well.
Of particular importance when using the Analyzer: Only the route in the indicated direction will be generated.
dirall Both directions Both directions.
The double arrow is descriptive only and symbolises usage in both directions.
buffer Buffer End track safety buffer.
connector Level connector
Connector curve right
Connector curve left
Symbolic continuation of a railway line to another level or another module, as a couple also to be used to represent a bridge / underpass.
Note: The connector is of particular importance when using the Analyzer. If used between layers or modules, you must follow some requirements.
Rocview: A double click in the layout will switch to the tab of the counterpart connector.
tracknr User defined track symbol (handled by analyser as straight track)
curvenr User defined track symbol (handled by analyser as curve track)
dcurve Double curve No longer supported in the standard. Add the User theme to the SVG paths, select curvenr type 11.
It is not recommended to use this twin symbol any longer.

Direction Exception

In combination with the Direction symbol, the listed (CSV) source blocks may ignore the given direction.
This will be used by the analyser to create routes in a forbidden direction.
The Symbol in the track layout will be marked with a capitol character E.


SVG symbol number

  • track type “tracknr” : “track-#(-occ/-route).svg”
  • track type “curvenr” : “curve-#(-occ/-route).svg”

Where the # should be replaced with the number.

Are two connectors configured with the same number between 10 and 99, they form a connector pair and the Track plan Analyser (see there) will also take into account if they are positioned on different track plan levels.


Use a symbol from the Road Theme.

1) Name used in the 'Add item' menu, see Edit a Track Diagram
2) all symbols on the track plan can be rotated 90°-wise using the menu or the Alt-R hot key:

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