Thank you for posting your code with your question.
For starters, download the examples and take a look at them. Also look at the Help under Contents->Tags->Data Types.
I've looked at your code and have a couple of suggestions-
1. Your tag names are way too long - you can't easily see what you're doing in the code and selecting them when you drop a contact becomes cumbersome. I know UniStream allows these long names but the Creators didn't give us a method of displaying more text on the display so it's easy to get lost with overly verbose names.
2. Similarly, use short names in the "Alias Name" in the IO tags tab. "URB Adapter1_O..." means nothing. I see you have three four output modules, so I'd suggest "Out1" to "Out12" as I don't know what these really are. The alias tag is set at the bit level, and you can use that name when writing your code.
3. An easy thing to be confused about is thinking that timer function blocks act the same as a contact themselves. They do not. A timer is an object that has .Preset, .Current, and .Out properties. The .Out is what you assign to your contact elsewhere in your logic.
4. You do understand that a TE timer is a pulse, right? Usually people use TD (delay) timers. Always start a TE with a positive transitional, unless you want it to keep pulsing.
I hacked on the first few rungs of your code, renaming things per the above suggestions for the East Lane DDA In. You'll see I shortened the tag names considerably and aliased the outputs.
Let us know what further questions you have.
P.S. - You may want to ask your local friendly distributor to help with some initial training on the product. I do this for my people.