Jane Manchun Wong, who is following developments on Facebook, Twitter, and other apps, found that Google could work on a feature that connects users with multiple modes of transportation using public transportation through Google maps.
In a series of tweets, Wong said that users on the first mile, which is just over a mile, will have several options to use their transportation.
These connections to public transport would also cover the first kilometer of bicycles, cars, motorbikes, and auto rickshaws. According to a Google 9to5 report, options include transportation services such as Uber and Lyft.
The development, if it occurs, will be quite significant as it will be useful to users after the blackout period. Also, there is no need to switch between several apps in this case.
According to the report, users can use the new map filter to select the modes of transportation that users choose for the first and last mile of a daily trip.
Google also notifies travelers of the transportation costs they would use. Google is linked via the universal travel app to get an estimate of the distance of the user and to report the tariffs from Google Maps itself.
About the development of the user interface, the search bar will likely show a profile photo on the right and a Google Maps logo on the far left. The change will probably be more visually appealing. It is not clear when these developments will be implemented or whether they will be implemented in the same way as they would have been recognized.
However, since many transportation apps have multiple transportation options, Google can collaborate on these developments.
Google Maps has recently implemented functions to avoid crowds of people using public transport as part of COVID 19. The aim was to keep users up to date on the areas affected by the coronavirus. Google Maps would do this by giving users notifications. These warnings would come from local public transportation.
With this function, users can see whether a public traffic station is historically more or less occupied.
Google Maps can work with a feature that provides users with the most accessible transportation options. Wong said that users would have several options for using their transportation during the first mile of transportation.
These connections to public transport would also cover the first kilometer of bicycles, cars, motorbikes, and auto rickshaws.
Google Maps has introduced functions to make users more comfortable. The 15-year-old app recently released tools that users can use to find COVID 19 grocery stores and test centers in the app.