Since last time I've implemented some more of Andreas' nice transit routing mockups.
After selecting an individual itinerary it is drawn out in detail as shown in the following shots:
And zooming in on the start, and you'll see the walking path in this case until reaching the first transit.
And in case the transit data has information about line colors this will reflect the trail segments on the map as well:
The next step on this journey (pun intended :) ) will be to allow expanding each leg of an itinerary to view the intermediate stops, and in case of walking, show the turn point instructions, and also being able to highligt these on the map.
Oh, and as a little word of warning, in case someone is planning on trying this out at home, there is currently a bug in the latest git master of OpenTripPlanner that makes useage without OSM data loaded in the server (as is what I have intended for GNOME usage, since we already have GraphHopper, and as OTP would probably not scale well loading many large regions worth of raw OSM data) querying for routes using pure coordinates doesn't work in that case, so I'm on a couple of weeks old commit right now.
I might wait until this is resolve. Or I might actually look into trying to query for transit stops near the start and finish point and use that when performing the actual query, which might actually yield better result when selecting a subset of allowed transit modes.
It is also probably time to start trying to find funding for a machine hosting an OTP instance for GNOME :-)
And that's that for today!