Mobile versions of Google Maps now feature traffic data from Waze, which the search giant acquired in June, reports C/Net.
Waze taps into crowdsourcing to compile traffic updates reported by its users. When Waze users report accidents, construction, road closures, and more on Waze, the updates will also appear on the Google Maps app for Android and iOS.
The new features are available in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, France, Germany, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Switzerland, UK, and the US, Google said in a blog posted Tuesday.
In addition, after a successful beta test, the Waze Map Editor now includes Google Street View and satellite imagery to build out the map and make it easier to correct map errors reported by the community, according to the Waze blog.