What’s new – 16th January 2017

It’s a day later than anticipated, but there’s a good reason. We’ve been hard at work on the site and ran out of time yesterday evening – we’ve managed to get 51 individual tasks sorted out, which is more than we planned!

First, the important bits. We have three brand new maps and one updated map:

  • The Wilmslow map extends our coverage up from Crewe to Wilmslow, with route indications as far as Wilmslow
  • The Macclesfield map joins up with the Stoke-on-Trent map at Kidsgrove and reaches all the way up to Levenshulme, north of Stockport, with route indications from north of Prestbury, including Edgeley Junction and Stockport
  • The Ely to Norwich map covers the route through Thetford wth signals and route indications and will join up with the Norwich map, which we’re currently working on
  • The West Ealing to Airport Junction and Heathrow map extends the previous map of the area through Southall and Hanwell and West Ealing to Ealing Broadway and London Paddington

We’ve also had a blitz on the bugs and issues you’ve raised over the past weeks, so hopefully we’re now on top of things. Just as a reminder – you can get in touch with us at support@opentraintimes.com if you spot a problem with a map, and we’ll look in to it for you.

So, that’s it for another fortnight. We’re going to be taking a short break and will be back with the next release in three or so weeks time.

3 thoughts on “What’s new – 16th January 2017

  1. I was interested how live “live” was so I stood at Cardiff station and watched the signals changing from red to green. I was incredible impressed to see the signals change exactly the same time on my iPhone .. very clever and well done !

  2. Good Day All
    Heaton Chapel, Levenshulme and South Reddish area of map ,little confusing with Slade lane junction waiting to be included in the coming year.
    Keep up the good work.

  3. What I really like about the maps (well some of them) is the hyperlink to a neighbouring map. Is there a plan to do this for all maps?

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