The Google Map indicates the parking position status

Google Map provides various features in mapping, along with that a new feature is added which shows the parking status ad helps to find the parking slot for the vehicle. The map will just prepare a information and show you the difficulty in parking at your destination. The company says that it uses the previous historical data inorder to calculate the parking status and difficulty. The difficulty will be displayed in Google Maps as “Easy, Medium, or Limited” which depends on the situation of the destination. The parking feature was noticed by the users as a update in Google Maps earlier this month.

This makes another notable feature on Google Map, with great install base and data generated by the Google Map. This gives a plenty of information for the users to reach the destination along with more necessary details updated now. Similarly last November Google used unknown location data which led to launch “Popular Times” which gives you the busy hours in the Google Maps. This was a tool which shows the hectic hours of working areas and functioning streets which is now available in real time. The parking feature does not take the current status of parking, instead it uses the historical data of parking which was earlier available at the particular destination.

To know the parking difficulty, the user need to take the directions to the particular destinations. After the path has been marked, a new parking difficulty icon will appear on the bottom of screen. This tool makes an international avail. which makes more useful in all areas to know the difficulty of parking position. Google launched this feature in 25 U.S. metros, which includes San Francisco, Seattle, Miami, Atlanta, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles, Minneapolis/St. Paul, New York City, Orlando, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, San Diego, St. Louis, Tampa, Washington, DC, Cleveland, Dallas/Fort Worth, Denver, Houston, Phoenix, Portland and Sacramento. Soon this tool will be available for worldwide analysis of parking difficulty.

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