A traffic-focused website can make all the difference when you’re trying to plan a trip, but there are plenty of other options for traffic and other information on the web.
Here’s a look at the top 10 most popular traffic and navigation options on the Web, according to a survey from research firm SurveyMonkey.
The study is based on traffic and navigational data collected by the U.S. Department of Transportation and U.K. Roads and Maritime Services.1.
BingSource: SurveyMonzo data source The data collection methodology is described in the survey, which surveyed more than 1,400 people.
The survey found that most people use these services to get information about traffic and destinations, but many also use them to connect with friends.
It found that people in cities, with higher percentages of residents over age 50, are more likely to use Google+ to get traffic and traffic info.
They are also more likely than those in smaller cities to use Facebook to connect, with a higher percentage of residents in these cities having at least one Facebook account.
ranked as the top traffic-centric destination on the Google+ app, followed by Facebook, and Uber and Quora.
The top three traffic-specific destinations on Google Maps were also Google+.
In addition, the top three destinations on Yahoo!
Maps are the Google Maps app and the Google Drive app.
The survey found a higher proportion of U.C. Berkeley residents use Google+.
The survey also found that those with at least a high school education were more likely and more likely in smaller metropolitan areas to use Uber.
It’s important to note that the data collected from this survey is not tied to the company’s use of Google+.