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Waze begins rolling out railroad crossing alerts globally – The Verge

Subtler than a train horn, but with more time to react
Alerts about upcoming railroad crossing appear as a banner in the iOS and Android Waze apps.
Image via Waze / Operation Lifesaver
Google-owned navigation app Waze is rolling out a global safety feature that alerts users about upcoming railroad crossings.
The feature is not wholly new, and was quietly launched in the US, Belgium, and Canada earlier this year, but Waze says its now expanding the alerts to more territories. In some countr…

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