Maybe we will include the Spandau bus depot. It's not that far from our line 92, but we can't promise.
We're still thinking about a walking mode, but if so, it will be a first-person view.
You can create your own timetable where you can set up routes and assign the different busses to their lines.
Nevertheless, in free mode, only you for yourself will be able to choose your route freely. So you cannot change the AI timetable while the program is running.
The names of the bus stops can be altered in the scenery editor. But you'll have to adapt the route filefor each bus to be able to show different destinations on the display.
At the moment, we can only promise the SD200 and SD202. But after the first release, we will continue making buses, of course. Furthermore, as OMSI is an open platform, after a while there will be plenty of 3rd party buses to choose from. Remember Flight Simulator 5 back in '95? It came out of the box with only 4 aircraft, but within one or two years, there were thousands of additionally planes, payware and freeware.
That's already included, watch for the yellow light on the panel in our videos. Of course, you can include a bell or a beep as a stopping signal.
This will be possible. See number 2 for details.
Yes. 360° freely zoomable.