Not everyone can run iOS later than 3.1.2, so the requirement of 3.1.3 is an artificial limiter. Please re-compile so that as many 3.x users can enjoy this great app!
Get rid of those big fricken stop markers. "Everybody" knows that there's going to be bus stop every two blocks. Spend the time and money on showing more accurate location of the busses!
Maybe ad a section with links to the full route schedules on their respective web sites to allow for easier, more accurate round trip planning when A time line is needed to be kept.
I think I used to have OneBusAway on both iOS mobile apps but it's not on my iPad anymore. It's not on iTunes App Store either. If the App is available on tablets it is a useful & important Home Tool. It helps one plan 'in advance' bus schedules,
When I try to find busses by my location or map location, I often get a screen with lots of busses on it. But no map, just a gray grid which isn't much help.
I want to order my bookmarks to allow most frequently used ones at the top or sequence them within a group to match my usual route.
How about contacting the driver when the app is open or the driver can see the users of the app in the area (up to 1,000 feet?) that the bus is around in that moment?
I love the bookmarks tab. Taking it to its logical conclusion, it would be great to be able to create iPhone home screen shortcuts to individual bus stops. I really only use two stops regularly, so having two icons to choose from is reasonable.
At a given stop, I couldn't care less about the busses I'm not getting on- only the one I am, yet it is caught in the middle of noise.
Add online help to your app, which would be accessible right from the user's iPod or iPhone. This would make it easier for the user to navigate around the app, particularly if you add new features. I also posted this suggestion to your blog. I briefly searched to see if you already have online help, but couldn't find any.
It would be so nice to plan a route so you could see which bus routes you need to take to get to your desired destination.
An Apple Watch version with bookmarked stops/routes would be AWESOME. We can haz it?