Google Maps updated with new interesting public transit features

Google Maps has received a latest update which offers improvements that makes using public transit more predictable. Maps is now rolling out two new features for public transit goers.

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Get Live traffic Delays for Buses

The first update offers live delays for buses. A bus route is usually estimated based on the average time the bus makes it through the route and sometimes the amount of time a bus will take before arriving to the stop.

A new feature adds life traffic delays for bus routes for the local transit agency that doesn’t already offer real-time bus departures. You’ll even see where the delay is and how much time it will add to your trip.

Crowdedness Predictions

This feature has been seen coming for months as Google gradually began asking Maps users for feedback and one of the questions was whether the transit route was crowded.

Just like Google Maps can predict when traffic will be crowded, it can now warn you when the trains will be crowded with people and predict whether there will be any seating, or only room to stand on your trip.

The new transit features are now rolling out on Google Maps iOS and Android versions with support for over 200 cities around the world and their transit networks.


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