You should make a game like see other peeps on bus
I think there should be individual accounts so you can sign in and see your saved stops so that you do not need to look them up every time you come to the site.
consider making a OneBusAway Webslice for IE8. the mobile screen is already perfect for it
Give the option to designate a default screen on the Android app. It would be great to have it go directly to the "My Stops" screen instead of the map, since I use the same couple of stops all the time.
Have you considered working on maps which support the campus based walker with detailed building room information? I understand that facilities maps are sometimes well maintained enough to support this (and wireless node diagrams may also help with communications)? Also, a wayfinder application for the hospital complex (patients especially) would be really helpful. Tying OneBusAway to this and other info (see http://www.nytimes.com/2010/10/11/technology/11interior.html?nl=technology&emc=techupdateema1) ...more »
Put date of the it can be used,to cut down on people saving all their transfers to use again! Or get rid of transfers all together,!
Add a feature that might link to an external account such as Facebook or Twitter to allow user to share which bus they are on to allow for friends to meet up on the bus to travel to the same destination together, GPS apps such as Wazer have a similar feature currently
To be able to seach like sea world or 12th & imperial and it shows what bus routes go there. Currently you can't seach by anything but bus route but what if I don't know what bus route to take.
Add a favorites menu for stops and/or routes used most frequently.
Use browser's GPS location if available
Find someone in Portland OR to do one for TriMet.
Text alert option for bookmarked routes.
I'd love a button/widget in Android (and beyond) that takes you directly to info for the bus stop nearest your GPS location (presumably you'd be standing at it). For additional precision, the app should use the compass to subtly favor stops with buses going in the direction 90-120 degrees right of the phone's orientation (presuming users face the street or look slightly up the street while waiting for the bus).