The real-time updates will be given while a user is are on his/her transit journey and the updates will appear in the Google Maps app.
Just a week ago, Google had introduced the new Two-Wheeler feature for Google Maps in Android.
A useful aspect of the new Google Maps update is how the directions will show up even on an Android lock screen, and these updates are interactive, even. Users can scroll past the latest update to the previous ones to see how far they've come, to give an example.
The main function of the upcoming feature is to provide real-time updates for passengers as they ride mass transit, according to Tech Crunch.
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The notification, which will appear on the lock screen and within the maps app, will let you know you need to get off at the next stop. Once you search and locate transit directions, you can press on that "start" button you see on the screen. Additionally, the app will also be reminding you to get off at your train station or bus stop when you get close to it.
The new feature would be especially useful for navigating a new city or for commuters who want to take a nap on the train without missing their stop. So if you're somewhere you're not familiar with or just exhausted, you'll get a reminder which stop to hop off at. Google Maps is going to make that easier for you.
In other pressing Google Maps news, over at the Express, there's a report of Street View catching a glimpse of a biking-clad woman on Miami Beach. Apparently the feature will go live "soon" but make sure to check your app right now since it may have already rolled out to some random users for testing.