Google has announced that they are now offering traffic data from a bunch of new cities.
The coverage now includes more than 130 cities in USA along with capitals of Colombia, Costa Rica, and Panama.
Google has also improved upon traffic data from already supported regions in Brazil, Canada, China, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Russia, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.
We may not be able to eliminate the bottlenecks that plague rush hours worldwide, but since launching our live traffic feature in 2008 we’ve been working to make the traffic information in Google Maps even more comprehensive and accurate to help you speed up your trips.
This data is largely generated from users of Android smartphones running Google Maps mobile app while traveling.