Tracks are a record of where a person has been and routes are suggestions about where they might go in the future. Points on a track may have a timestamp (because someone recorded where and when they were there), but the points in a route are unlikely to have timestamps (other than estimated trip duration) because a route is a suggestion which might never have been traveled.

Hobbema, Meindert. The Avenue at Middelharnis.
1689, The National Gallery, London.

Pissarro, Camille. The Louvre under Snow.
1902, The National Gallery, London.