You've probably also heard about King County Metro's service changes, which went active on Saturday, February 6th. When big service changes like these go into effect, a lot of the underlying schedule data changes, which means systems like King County's own Tracker and Trip Planner, as well as OneBusAway, need updating. I pushed all my changes on Saturday morning, so most of you shouldn't have noticed any out-of-date data.
Unfortunately, my source for real-time arrival information, the http://mybus.org/ data feed, still hasn't been updated. How can you tell? Compare real-time arrival information for the 44 between MyBus and King County's own tracker:
As of 12:30 pm on Sunday, Feb 7th, lots of "No infos" from MyBus and plenty of real-time info from King County. The fact that MyBus still thinks there is a route 194 is another clue.
In the meantime, OneBusAway is left in the lurch waiting for MyBus to be updated. Of course, King County Metro has already updated their internal tracker feed, but thus far, I haven't been able to convince the powers that be at Metro to give me access.
Either way, my apologies for the disruption in service. Hopefully, when you catch the bus to that Super Bowl party this afternoon, you'll have nothing but on-time arrivals.