In two months, hundreds of thousands of people will be flocking to cities all over Brazil for the 20th FIFA World Cup. Since getting around in an unfamiliar metropolis can be a bit of a hassle (looking at you, Barcelona), Google has expanded its public transit information for the relevant Brazilian cities. When World Cup fans get to Brazil, they’ll be able to look up bus and train info for all twelve cities with scheduled games.
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Google Maps Adds Transit Directions For Brazil In Preparation For The 2014 World Cup was written by the awesome team at Android Police.