When to use
- To show travelers how many times they have a stop in a given segment.
When not to use
- For general visual context—use an illustration.
- For other visual cues including other arrows—use an icon.
Include nonvisual information
Stopover arrows can create important context for users, but not everyone sees them. So make sure everything necessary is presented in a non-visual form.
Include text that’s accessible to everyone or text that’s displayed only to screen readers. Or your other favorite technique. Just make sure everyone gets the information somehow.