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The next Google bus simulator is here, but it’s not just another Google bus.
This one has been specifically designed to help drivers in Phoenix, Phoenix, and Phoenix.
You get real-time traffic data from Google Maps, real-world driving conditions, and real-life navigation information.
There’s also a real-estate view, traffic and weather information, and more.
The simulator costs $299.99 for a three-month trial.
Impeding traffic and traffic congestion is a big problem in Phoenix.
According to the Arizona Department of Transportation, Phoenix has a population of 1.5 million.
That means every 10 seconds, about 8.5 people are driving on Phoenix streets.
Driving in the Phoenix area is notoriously difficult, especially for people who don’t speak English.
According in a 2014 study from the American Public Transportation Association, drivers make up just under 40 percent of traffic fatalities in Phoenix each year.
A new, realistic simulation of Phoenix traffic.
The simulator includes real-space navigation, real driving conditions and real weather data, real traffic congestion, real road closures, real pollution, and a real bus route.
The driver-friendly simulator includes realistic traffic flow, real roads, real parking lots, and parking lots with real buses.
It also features real-times traffic data, a real city map, real taxi service and real taxi drivers, real weather, real congestion, and traffic jams.
The Next Google bus simulators are only available in the United States.
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