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Google Maps transit available for Berlin and Brandenburg
Google has today announced new features for the Google Maps transit service. As of now, the entire range of buses and trains in Berlin and Brandenburg in Google Maps Transit – Google route planner for public transport – available. It allows users to track their route with regional transport, urban rail, metro, tram, bus and ferry transport companies of all 40.
The Transport Network Berlin-Brandenburg (VBB) is the first in Germany, according to Google, which provides for its network area coverage timetable data of all public transport modes in Google Maps. Overall, the VBB range includes more than 1,000 lines in the bus and rail services with over 13,000 bus stops.
With any Internet capable device allow traffic VBB call directly. To give users their departure and destination on Google Maps and then click on the transit icon. They then receive one corresponding compound recommendation: the walk to the bus stop, driving with line number, stops and travel or driving time. Are also possible, depending on the individual requirements detailed settings mode choice to stops and footpaths. Any additional route information, such as accessibility, real-time or driving to the prices there are in the VBB timetable information on the Internet. Google maps links to the website of the VBB and the respective transport operators.
Worldwide Google Maps Transit is currently available in more than 800 regions and cities available, including New York, Tokyo and London. In Germany, Google users can retrieve previously trains of Deutsche Bahn AG and local connections of the Munich Transport Company (MVG), Stadtwerke Münster and recently Rheinbahn Dusseldorf on Google Maps.
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