Google Maps is the perfect tool for those who tend to take public transport, especially in areas where it has been fully integrated with public transport. Of course, if you were born with a silver spoon in your mouth and never had to wait for the next bus on a connecting route, you won’t really be able to identify at the marvels of Google Maps’ latest update – which will let you know whether your ride is going to arrive on time thanks to live transit updates.
This was made possible because Google teamed up with transit agencies in order to integrate live transit data across a quartet of US cities as well as two European cities, and they are Boston, Portland, Oregon, San Diego, San Francisco, Madrid and Turin.
Whenever you click on a transit station or plan a transit route with Google Maps, surely there will be delays from time to time, and you can always check out the “live departure times” as indicated by a special icon while keeping abreast with the latest transportation situations via service alerts.
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