Thanks to the cooperation of BKK (Budapest Transport Center) real-time public transport is available on Google Maps since the end of 2014: in practice, it means the software considers the data of Futar when it plans routes and says if a line is late and possibly offers another, said.

This feature is now globally announced by Google and it is written on a not very-long list, in which cities the service is available. Budapest is also included. However, not-real-time public transport information has been available in more than 18 thousand cities since 2007. 1.8 million stops and lines of more than 6 thousand operators are added  to the map.

Anyway, real-time timetable is also available in Budapest, which is separate from Google but also operating on Maps. It is available on Adroid too.

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