The new Google Maps update will help cyclists navigate the capital A new partnership between Transport for London and Google Maps will aim to “prioritise cycling” on roads across the capital.
Enhancements have been made to Google Maps which could benefit millions of Londoners to put cyclists first on safe, quieter roads.
The new updates will make these roads easier to discover for cyclists, with more than 340 kilometres of cycle routes around the capital.
Google has worked with Transport for London’s Open Innovation team to improve cycle routing within the service. WATCH NOW: Jeremy Vine hit by driver while cycling
Users will be able to see a detailed breakdown of the route including what kind of road they will be cycling on, such as a major road or segregated cycle lane.
Mayor Sadiq Khan has frequently called for more provisions to be introduced to boost the use of cleaner transport options, as well as promoting walking and cycling, across London. Latest
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