You should make a game like see other peeps on bus
You should really consider adjusting your web settings so that it's not necessary to scroll to see the entire screen of data. On your last "upgrade" you broke it as far as I'm concerned. I run at 1024 X 768 yet I couldn't see all the data I needed to without scrolling. I go to the 'web' page and it's always too big to see.
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!
PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, make this app usable with the Seattle School Districts. This way myself and zillions of other parents who meet our children at the bus stop each day, can know when the bus will actually arrive. Thanks
Your site is amazing. My only suggestion would be to improve the parsing of addresses. It is a bit to sensitive. As "NE 80th St & 15th Ave NE" is not recognized and "15th Ave NE & NE 80th St."
But that's my only "complaint".
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.
how to add app of oba to iphone menu on desktop
A suggestion about developing a mobile version for Fire Phone.
In the webOS app, I would like to be able to view a stop by entering in the stop number. Right now, the only way to view a stop is to be physically nearby it and refresh the "Nearby Stops" list. Secondly, in the stop view, it would be nice to see if busses are delayed or on time; right now it just gives a time estimate with no additional information. Thanks!
Just a question....why is it that Metro's bus time stop number is not the same as the number they post on bus shelters and their associated schedules. I find this to be quite odd. It would be nice to have the same number to reference whether I'm calling metro or OBA...Sometimes I have to call both to help me interactively plan a trip as I'm approching a stop in the middle of a trip.
Be able to select a stop in the web view by stop number. It appears that the stop number is interpreted as a zip code, which puts me looking at Iowa somewhere. If I use the zip code for my stop, it leaves me looking at someplace rather far from my actual stop.
I have actually just stopped using the web interface because of this.
Add more Nearby Stop's headed in the same direction on the same street of my currently viewed stop. It seems that most that are currently show are on the other side of the street, headed in the opposite direction. Sometimes I just want to use a stop one earlier or later than my usual, bookmarked stop.