Google is set to allow users to track the routes and times of journeys they take to and from home and work, the company announced Wednesday.
Users can search for a train route, a train destination, a journey, a destination, or a destination and select the “My Journey” option from the search box, then a number of stations will appear, and a map will show where each station is located.
The map will also show the time and distance.
Google says the company has been testing this feature since early 2018.
The company says it has over a million registered users in the U.S. and around 4.3 million worldwide.
The search giant says users can also choose to set a time limit for the journey.
This option is only available when the user is at a location that has at least 10,000 people, and when they are within a radius of 30 miles of their home.
Google’s new system will allow users who have a train or bus journey planned to choose from the following routes:From the U-Bahn to Frankfurt to Hamburg from around Frankfurt, Berlin, Hamburg, and Munich, and from Frankfurt to the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Denmark, and Switzerland.
Users who have purchased an app or have a Google Card for use on Google Maps can also use the Google Maps app on the Google Car or Google Home to view routes and time limits for trips.
This is Google’s second foray into car-tracking, after launching its own vehicle-tracking app in 2016.
Users can now use Google Car to track journeys to and away from their home or work.
Google already offers a dedicated car-tracker for the U.-S.
in the Google+ car-navigation app.
Google+ users can track the route of cars in their personal cars and then use that data to create a personalized car-finding profile.