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Google Maps now shows traffic lights at intersections

Ars Technica – Zoom all the way in and you’ll see a tiny little traffic light icon in an intersection.”…Google Maps traffic light support is just a small, static marker in the middle of an intersection indicating that there is a traffic light there. You have to zoom in really close to see the traffic lights, but if we zoom in far enough, we’re seeing them on Android, iOS, and the Web. As always the map features are going to depend on Google’s data set, and right now we’re only seeing those in the US. They show up when browsing the map or navigating…”

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