GNOME Maps 3.24 To Support Transit Routing
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 15 February 2017 at 04:47 PM EST. 14 Comments
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GNOME Maps has become a much more viable piece of software with transit routing support having landed in Git master.

Following some work at FOSDEM, GNOME Maps 3.24 will have support for transit routing so you can enter two points and get turn-by-turn directions. GNOME Maps is making use of OpenTripPlanner and they are still finalizing their deployment for transit routing but it appears all will be set for next month's GNOME 3.24 release.

More details on the transit routing support that landed in GNOME Maps can be found via this blog post by GNOME developer Marcus Lundblad.
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