Google Maps just got even better
It could be a while before the Google self driving car takes us to work. So until then, in order to keep up with the likes of Uber, Google is rapidly expanding it's Maps application.
Real-time bus and train information was already available in places like New York - which just released it's own "Bus Time" app this week - but the mapping mammoth has added over 25 new partner cities in four countries to its arsenal of places with real-time transit directions, the company announced Tuesday on their blog.
"This real-time transit info will let you see live arrivals for buses, metros and subway systems—and even alert you to cancelled routes," the blog post says. "So you can better navigate the intricate and unpredictable world of transit in major cities around the world."
Apple Maps, the longtime underdog to Google's cartographic services, only added public transportation directions in May.