Stuck in traffic? Now beat traffic with Google Maps
The latest update to Google Maps brings you new traffic information for 12 cities in India — Kolkata, Coimbatore, Lucknow, Surat, Thiruvananthapuram, Indore, Ludhiana, Visakhapatnam, Nagpur, Kochi, Madurai, Bhopal — as well as a real time look at traffic conditions across all national highways and expressways in India.
Yes, now Google Maps can help you better plan your drive around traffic and save time on the road by showing you real time traffic information directly on the map.
How to see live traffic on Google Maps
Visit the below link to get the answer:
See traffic on the map
How to understand traffic info on Google Maps
Once the Traffic layer is turned on Google Maps for mobile or desktop, you’ll be able to see routes mapped out in different colors, indicating the different speed of traffic on those roads. While green means there are no traffic delays on the road, orange indicates a medium amount of traffic and red alerts to you beware of heavier traffic congestion.
Being able to see what local traffic is typically like at any given day and time can help you plan your drives easier than ever on Google Maps. If you’re already on the road and in Navigation mode, Google Maps will also use real time traffic information to more accurately estimate your time of arrival, and to provide options for alternate routes if there are faster options available.
Now take the Google Maps with you wherever you go, just for a pleasant and traffic free journey.
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