Bing Driving Directions

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Bing Maps (or previously also named as Live Search Maps, Windows Live Maps, Windows Live Local, and MSN Virtual Earth) is an online web mapping service provided by Microsoft as a part of the Bing suite of search engines and powered by the Bing Maps for Enterprise framework.

The driving directions service by Bing maps is a handy tool for your travels prepared online before or during your journey. There are many options, including real-time traffic updates, avoid toll, highways, or ferries, you may find useful when discovering unknown areas.

Bing map users may get driving directions between two or more selected locations. More than a decade ago, Microsoft added public transit directions (bus, subway, and local rail) to its available direction options offered by Bing Maps. Transit directions are only available in 11 cities these days: Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Newark Metro Area, New York Metro Area, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Seattle, Vancouver BC, and Washington DC. It is also available in other countries such as Spain, Germany, Italy, Austria, Brazil, Mexico, and some others.

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Bing Maps shows current traffic information for major highways and roads to its online users. The feature uses four-color codes (black, red, yellow, green) to indicate traffic volume, from the most massive traffic to lightest traffic.

This traffic displaying service and technology by Microsoft called “ClearFlow.” What does it mean in reality? It is a Web-based service for traffic-based driving directions available on Bing maps in over 70 cities across the United States. ClearFlow provides real-time traffic data to help drivers to avoid traffic congestion by offering information for alternative routes and supplies traffic conditions on city streets adjacent to highways. The intelligence technology found out; it may be faster to stay on the highway instead of seeking alternative side-street routes, which involve traffic lights and congestion as well.