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mode of transport

walk        -- True if mot is going by foot
mottype     -- int describing the type of mot. for a nice name, use
               .nicename()
line        -- line name, consisting of abbreviation (if available)
               and number, e.g. RE2 or S9 
name        -- (long) name describing the mot or line, e.g. S-Bahn
               or Regional-Express
abbr        -- line abbreviation, e.g. RE, NE or S. Can be empty.(more...)

src/p/y/pyefa-0.1.3/pyefa/triprequest.py   pyefa(Download)
					newpart.destination = classes.Point()
					newpart.destination = self.parsePointXML(partXML('itdPoint')[1], newpart.destination)
					newpart.mot	= self.parseMotXML(partXML.itdMeansOfTransport, classes.Mot())
 
					if newpart.mot.walk:
				newpart.origin      = self.parsePointJSON(partJSON['points'][0], newpart.origin)
				newpart.destination = self.parsePointJSON(partJSON['points'][1], newpart.destination)
				newpart.mot	= self.parseMotJSON(partJSON['mode'], classes.Mot())
 
				newpart.via = []

src/p/y/pyefa-HEAD/pyefa/triprequest.py   pyefa(Download)
					newpart.destination = classes.Point()
					newpart.destination = self.parsePointXML(partXML('itdPoint')[1], newpart.destination)
					newpart.mot	= self.parseMotXML(partXML.itdMeansOfTransport, classes.Mot())
 
					if newpart.mot.walk:
				newpart.origin      = self.parsePointJSON(partJSON['points'][0], newpart.origin)
				newpart.destination = self.parsePointJSON(partJSON['points'][1], newpart.destination)
				newpart.mot	= self.parseMotJSON(partJSON['mode'], classes.Mot())
 
				newpart.via = []