Apple Maps has been updated with new traffic data in Singapore and Malaysia, providing users with real-time updates about vehicular traffic in the neighboring southeast Asia countries. As usual, highly congested areas will have orange or red dotted lines along the roads to indicate that drivers may face delays.

Apple has yet to list Singapore or Malaysia under Apple Maps: Traffic on its iOS 9 feature availability website, but the page will likely be updated soon. Apple Maps traffic data is available in 30 other countries, including the U.S., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, South Africa, China, and most of Europe.

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adib Avatar
95 months ago
Really what's more important would be indicators of people congestion in buses and subways as those are the primary mode of transport for most people in Singapore.
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mohdamerul Avatar
95 months ago
after all these years..

Malaysian here.
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macduke Avatar
95 months ago
You think they lose a lot of planes now…

Sorry. It was too easy.
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