I just did a quick test in San Francisco using a Nexus 9, and the transit direction results did indeed alert me to a bus arriving a bit earlier than scheduled on my chosen route.
It also lets you know when trains are departing from a particular station for your chosen route so you can plan accordingly and arrive on time.
In the past few years the State of Qatar, a peninsula on the Arabian Gulf, has experienced extensive infrastructure development.
More than twenty years ago the results of a user needs assessment carried out by the government clearly indicated an enormous need for a fully integrated nationwide GIS.
Recently, someone asked me an interesting question about Google Maps.
Is it possible to use Google Maps to track moving items?
According to the official Google blog, Maps has just added more than 25 new real-time data providers for public transit in six locations: Chicago, Seattle, San Francisco, the UK, the Netherlands, and Budapest.
It's not a radical change, but it's a nice little bit of housekeeping.
All of these changes appear to be live on Android, but the i OS app is unchanged as of now.
Get Google Maps 4.6 for Android 1.6 and above everywhere Maps is already available.
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