Some stops close to each other are being merged by the Google Maps interface into the same stop. At times, stops that are located on opposite sides of a street may be interpreted on Google Maps as a single stop, shown at the precise location of one of the merged stops.
We have notified Google of this issue, but there is currently no work around.
When users query trips, the destination and origin stops suggested will be correctly located at the precise stop location in the GTFS data. This issue applies only to the blue stop icons on the Google Maps base layer.