Bing Maps has developed a new feature that allows users to track traffic live. With this feature, users can now view traffic cameras.
In early 2017, Microsoft added a feature to show real-time traffic flow to Bing Maps. With this feature, users in 55 countries can view the traffic flow in real time and adjust the routes to their destination. Today, the Redmond-based company introduced a new feature for the navigation app. With this feature, users will be able to select simultaneous images from traffic cameras by selecting a specific path in Bing Maps.
With the new feature, users will have to press the traffic camera icon to view the current traffic flow in a particular area. It is useful to say that the traffic cameras that users can access are limited to certain directions. The new feature will also be accessible from the traffic ital option in the Bing Maps application’s Internet interface.
Combined with the feature added in March, the traffic camera feature will be much more useful. March
The road with the update features various colors depending on the traffic density. For example, the roads in orange indicate that traffic is flowing, and a red traffic sign indicates heavy traffic.
With this new feature from Microsoft, users will be aware of traffic congestion in certain places and can adjust their maps accordingly. Users will also be aware of seasonal movements such as heavy snowfall, wind storms, and floods. This application, which will enable the users to be able to see the regions they cannot pass due to the seasonal movements and be prepared for the dangerous road conditions, seems to be quite successful if it fulfills its promises.