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Idea: When multiple stops are returned for intersection, use dropdowns for times #42

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tescher opened this Issue Nov 8, 2015 · 5 comments

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tescher commented Nov 8, 2015

(Browser version) Avoids a second query having to type the number in, e.g.:

* 6TH AVENUE & C STREET ESE stop #2 *
V * 5TH AVENUE & B STREET WNW stop #1166 *
2 - LAKE OTIS - Inbound
Out of Service
8 - NORTHWAY - Inbound
Out of Service
13 - UNIVERSITY/HOSPITALS - Inbound
8:21 PM
75 - TUDOR - Inbound
Out of Service

* C STREET & 5TH AVENUE NNW stop #1357 *
* C STREET & 7TH AVENUE SSW stop #3 *

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@tescher I think we can either have a dropdown or a list of stops where each links to a google map page.

I might prefer a list of stops where each is a link to the times for that stop instead of a map. Right now you have to type the stop number in that you see in the list, which can be arduous on mobile. What do you think?

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NigelKibodeaux commented Nov 18, 2015

@tescher I think we can either have a dropdown or a list of stops where each links to a google map page.

I might prefer a list of stops where each is a link to the times for that stop instead of a map. Right now you have to type the stop number in that you see in the list, which can be arduous on mobile. What do you think?

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Not sure - are we saying the same thing? Right now it gives a list of nearest stops, each with a link to a google map. What I am suggesting is adding a "horizontal chevron" on the left next to each, that when clicked opens up the times for that stop below it.

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Not sure - are we saying the same thing? Right now it gives a list of nearest stops, each with a link to a google map. What I am suggesting is adding a "horizontal chevron" on the left next to each, that when clicked opens up the times for that stop below it.

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Oh, I get it now. I was misunderstanding. Yeah, I'm behind this idea

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NigelKibodeaux commented Nov 22, 2015

Oh, I get it now. I was misunderstanding. Yeah, I'm behind this idea

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I guess one question, now that I've seen the transit app, is how much effort we want to put into the web version of this.

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tescher commented Nov 22, 2015

I guess one question, now that I've seen the transit app, is how much effort we want to put into the web version of this.

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Ha yeah, not much I say. I originally wrote it as a thin wrapper on the SMS
interface, mostly so it was easier to test it. I think if you have the web
on your phone, this is not your best option.

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NigelKibodeaux commented Nov 23, 2015

Ha yeah, not much I say. I originally wrote it as a thin wrapper on the SMS
interface, mostly so it was easier to test it. I think if you have the web
on your phone, this is not your best option.

On Sun, Nov 22, 2015 at 1:54 PM tescher notifications@github.com wrote:

I guess one question, now that I've seen the transit app, is how much
effort we want to put into the web version of this.


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