To make use of this feature, you will have to search for your destination in the Google Maps app like you do normally, after which you will need to start your journey by pressing the "Start" button at the bottom of the screen with the details about your transit journey. These interactive notifications let you scroll through your entire journey. So as you travel on your local buses and trains, you'll get live updates on how the journey is progressing and where you actually are. Just the flawless feature for a traveler that knows little or nothing about his destination.
The update comes just two weeks after Google announced at its recent event that it was going for two-wheeler customised navigation on Google Maps- under it, two-wheeler drivers will get the fastest route to reach their destination.
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Google Maps is set to become far more useful for people who use public transport.
The new update, according to TechCrunch, will soon be released and is already being tested by Google.
Commuting definitely isn't a fun experience, and it's easy to miss a stop or get lost if you're exhausted or haven't been somewhere before, but Google's latest Maps update aims to fix this. The dot location can be adjusted to include, photos and notes to your parking lot. You have Google now to tell you where you are or when to get off. The notifications will definitely be useful in case you fall asleep.