Google Maps will highlight accessible locations with a wheelchair icon

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Since 2016, Google has achieved a greater job of constructing Maps extra helpful to wheelchair customers and people with restricted mobility. In 2018, for example, it added a function that permits you to discover accessible transit routes. With the assist of crowdsourcing, the corporate says Maps now has accessibility-related data on greater than 15 million locations the world over. As the corporate factors out, highlighting areas that make coming into and exiting straightforward is beneficial to a wide range of folks (as mother and father with strollers can attest), not simply those that rely on wheelchairs. 

Google says it plans to roll out the accessible locations performance to customers steadily starting at this time with individuals who stay within the US, Australia, Japan and the UK, with availability in different nations to observe. 

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