Using historical Google Maps data from people in the United States and Canada, they found the average person spends a full day per month commuting. That almost adds up to what you would wish was a two-week vacation each year.
Google Maps hopes to give you some relief by helping you plan ahead, prepare for disruptions and possibly avoid them all together.
The new features include a commute tab that provides one-tap access to live traffic and transit information tailored to each commute.
Google Maps will tell you if your commute is going to be a normal one or if you'll need to budget extra time due to situations like accidents or heavy traffic. And in the case of a delay, the app will tell you about alternative route.
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Transit riders in 80 regions worldwide will now be able to see exactly where their bus or train is in real time on the map.
Spotify, Apple Music and Google Play Music are now available through Google Maps so there is no longer a need to toggle between apps.
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