The main focus of this redesign was creating new user-friendly ‘full schedules’. After surveying fellow Go Transit riders, they had all stated that they, in fact, chose the spreadsheet schedules (shown below) over the trip planner, even though it did cause them a headache to use. My goal was to display the information in a way that was not overwhelming for the user and allowed them to find what they were looking for quickly. Another problem that the spreadsheet schedules face is that there is no way of seeing if the train you are planning on boarding is a delayed train. There are also different types of trains that operate daily. Commuter trains run in the morning/afternoon and have two rules that are many times broken because riders are not aware. The top level of the train is to be treated as a quiet level and there are no bicycles permitted on the train during commuting hours. Express trains do not stop at selected stations in order to arrive at the final stop in a more timely manner, many times leaving unknowing passengers stranded at their undesired location.