June 26, 2008

Google Maps Traffic - Now with Super Slow Shading

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Google Maps has recently updated its traffic flow representations to show not only the regular Red-Yellow-Green format, but a Red/Black hashing that shows super slow traffic at <10 MPH.

Can I get that on my GPS? Red goes up to 25MPH, and there is a huge difference between essentially stop and go at under 10 MPH and putting along at 25 MPH when you need to get home. One, I might try to plow through if it's short; the other I would avoid like the plague.

Note that Google also gets the predicted traffic looking at specific days and times.


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Posted by Scott Martin at June 26, 2008 2:45 PM

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