Since yesterday, you can say goodbye to the most of traffic thanks to Google Maps. Google has added at-a-glance view of details for real-time transit.
Starting today in Google Maps, relevant journeys are handily arranged and summarized in the app—so it’s easy to know at a glance how long you’ll be waiting and what your other options are if you just miss that bus.
Since 2007 Google Maps has provided real-time transit information for public services. But yesterday, with the expansion into two new countries and four metro areas, things are getting a lot better.
Google works with more than 100 partners across the world and offers transit info on some 18,000 cities spanning six continents.
Both the web experience and the mobile apps are expected to start offering the at-a-glance details.