Interesting how it's showing route 369 running and which stops it serves. Running east bound, it starts at McConaghy St at Mitchelton Rail station (005012) with it's location described as: "McConaghy Street, Mitchelton between Mitchelton Rail Station Pedestrian Access Path and Mitchelton Station Bus Access Road, approximately 24m from Mitchelton Rail Station Pedestrian Access Path "
This is rather than Mitchelton Rail Station (005011) which is the interchange currently served by the 396, 397, 398 and also (apparently) the 390? As far as I am aware, there is no stop there, other than the interchange. There is however a cab rank/passenger drop off.
Ok, checked the 390 .pdf, there is one service in the morning which starts there rather than Brookside, which is also what the new planner had when you looked closer, though the route isn't shown correctly. I would query why the stop ID tag thing would suggest that all 390's stop there, when it has things listed like 397 and 397a for the stop as well. According to the .pdf it leaves the interchange and runs via Osbourne and Sussex but the new planner has it running McConaghy and Sussex (ie: turning left when it leaves the interchange, which the markings viewable from nearmap show isn't possible). I think some of the issues with the routes and how they show up in the new planner is that Translink must have added in new links for Google to run their lines down, and only put in the routes as running between stops or various points, leaving Google to plot the route. This could also explain the somewhat bizare routing of the 369 when it gets to the busway at Kedron Brook... This is something that I assume will be fixed up over time as things like this are picked up.
I'd also suggest they double check their stop locations. For example, on the 369 again Brookside Interchange C (002101) is rightly shown as being on Osbourne Rd, but is depicted as being much closer to the road through the carpark that the buses use, rather than the Sussex St intersection where I'm pretty sure it actually is. Pretty sure there is a blade style sign there now much closer to the Sussex St, but where Translink has it (Translink also has a Google Streetview button!) is a 'Brookside C - Set down only' J pole. This is a Streetview image from 2009 though. If I remember I'll wander over and check.
Something else that has come out is some of the non-timetabled but timetabled services that run. The .pdf timetable has nothing about this service, but the new planner has a 3.17pm outbound service, starting at Kelvin Grove State College on Lestrange Tce, and running to Enoggera Interchange. This is obviously a school run (and I do recall seeing a TL update about them changing how/when this one ran a little while ago). I only noted this as when I was looking at the route 390 'home screen' (http://jp.translink.com.au/travel-information/network-information/buses/390
) it had a funny looking dog leg at Kelvin Grove on the map on the home page that shows the route. I must admit I'm not a fan of that map: it's too narrow vertically for my liking. Also, if it's going to be for the whole route, it should show the route that is typically taken, not showing all minor deviations that are only taken by 1 or 2 services, or if these are shown, they should be marked differently.
Onto trains now. I sort of understand why they bothered to give each platform at rail stations their own ID (eg: Mitchelton 1 - 600381 and Mitchelton 2 - 600382). For stations like Central, knowing whether to go to platform 6 for the mains or 3/4 for the subs is important (though info that would be relayed by the PID's at the station anyway) but for suburban stations I see no point. And it can lead to interesting stop timetables like this one: http://jp.translink.com.au/travel-information/network-information/stops-and-stations/stop/600382/timetable
for Mitchelton Platform 2 which has both inbound and outbound services listed. This would therefore infer the what one would use as the inbound timetable (ie: the one for platform 1) wouldn't list all inbound services as there are a couple that start from platform 2. It's technically correct, but not overly useful for pax who only care about inbound vs outbound.
Trains are now listed as 'upward' or 'downward' but there are still issues with how services are named. For example, the 7:17am Mitchelton - Y'pilly service has all the correct stations listed (including that it starts on platform 2 at Mitchelton) but the top title is "7.17am FGBN service - Ferny Grove via Brisbane City to Beenleigh" which is obviously not correct.