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Topic # 99504 20-Mar-2012 18:04
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As of today, Google Maps offers the Live/Historical "Traffic Layer" for New Zealand

Here is a link: http://g.co/maps/ygbau 
Announcement: http://google-newzealand.blogspot.com/2012/03/traffic-conditions-for-new-zealand-on.html 


Have fun : )

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  Reply # 597845 20-Mar-2012 18:44
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dacraka: As of today, Google Maps offers the Live/Historical "Traffic Layer" for New Zealand

Here is a link: http://g.co/maps/ygbau 
Announcement: http://google-newzealand.blogspot.com/2012/03/traffic-conditions-for-new-zealand-on.html 


Have fun : ) 


Wow that's cool. Pity I can't make use of it since I won't upgrade past v5.8 on android since they have wakelock issues which drain my battery flat in next to no time, with GM 5.8 I can get 2 days from my battery.

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  Reply # 597858 20-Mar-2012 19:02
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Cool, been looking forward to this. Wonder how accurate it will be during peak in Wellington

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 597862 20-Mar-2012 19:19
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defnz: Cool, been looking forward to this. Wonder how accurate it will be during peak in Wellington

Depends how many Google devices sending that data from 'My Location' going past a given point.

At the bottom left of maps you can try the prediction feature, based on historical data.

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