Yesterday, Google added live traffic to a host of new locations including some 130 smaller US cities and several South American capitals.
Besides the capitals of Colombia, Costa Rica, and Panama, live traffic has been improved and expanded in a host of countries in Europe and America.
The new updates are, of course, available across both mobile and browser-based Google Maps platforms, and Google has implemented a feature which allows you to check typical traffic trends for a given location. This is great if you’re going to a new city, and want to see what kind of traffic you can expect while you’re there.
Check out the feature in action here:
Here’s to hoping we’ll see Google Maps with traffic in even more areas soon!