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Google Maps adds public transit data in 50 cities

USA: Google Maps has announced the addition of public transit data in more than 50 cities around the world.

The new Transit Layer is available as a choice under the ‘MORE’ button on the Google Maps interface. Once selected, the Transit Layer will display public transportation lines/routes for the area that user views. Google describes it as a “virtual metro map on top of Google Maps.” It doesn’t provide full schedules and routing details like Google Transit does, but it will show the transit lines in the area. A full list of the 50+ cities is available on the Google LatLong blog “https://google-latlong.blogspot.com/”.