Google Maps apparently starts to show traffic lights on the map for some users. However, it is very likely that the company will initially only test this feature with some users in the United States. I currently don’t see any of this in the app on Android at least yet.
Apple has already started to display traffic lights and stop signs as of iOS 13 – but initially also limited to the United States. So the question now is which company will bring this feature to Europe or Germany first. The integration of traffic lights in Google Maps is still rather unspectacular anyway. You can see pretty nondescript symbols for the traffic lights, which enlarge when you approach.
The traffic lights in Google Maps can not be highlighted separately and are not included in the driving instructions. In Apple Maps it looks different, as Siri (at least in the United States) will let you know if you e.g. B. will come across a traffic light after turning. In general, however, it is very helpful when you see on the map that a street is packed with traffic lights – then you may take a different route.
Source: DROID LIFE