Google Maps provides users the ability to display traffic, transit, and bicycle layers via its base map layer. This is done by simply selecting the Traffic, Transit, or Bicycle options in the settings menu before viewing the map. These layers allow users to view real-time road closures, delays, transit schedules, and bike path information quickly and easily while using Google Maps.
On Google Maps, you can view traffic, transit, and bicycle layers to help you plan your route. This data displays real-time traffic conditions and allows you to visually map out the routes taken by vehicles, public transportation, and cyclists across the world. users can view traffic data to see if roads are congested in specific areas. The application also allows for the viewing of public transit routing information, accessibility options such as wheelchair-friendly routes, and bicycle layers for particular cities.
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