The "glance and go" icons, which appear for transport types (bus, train, subway) and some points of information (hotels, restaurants and shops) aim to make it easier to see, at a glance, what type of transport (or place) you are heading for.
The way searching in the apps has been re-worked, with public transport stations given extra priority, so that they should appear at the top of any search results. The thinking behind this is that, most of the time, people will be looking to go to a named station, rather than a place or street name. The full results are still present, they've just been re-ordered.
Previous destinations are available by swiping from right to left on the opening screen of the app. Tapping on a destination will display a route plan to that location from your current position.
Nokia is constantly updating the information available through, and the cities covered by, Nokia Transport, so it good to see that these "content" updates will now be automatically pushed to the device, instead of needing an app update. This means new cities, new lines, and updated schedule information will appear in the app automatically.
As with other app updates it can take some time before the new version is available in all markets. If you installed the previous Beta you will be automatically notified, via the Marketplace app, about the availability of the updated version. If version 2.3 is not yet available in your market you can install the previous version (2.1) and wait for the update to become available (usually no more than 2 or 3 days).
Via: Nokia Conversations