Google has just added an additional feature to its Maps API that allows you to build 3D map data in a way that works across many platforms.
The feature is called highway pegging.
In short, it lets you put your existing data into a new layer in the Google Map API that can be used across any device or platform, including iPhones, Android devices, and PCs.
It’s similar to Google’s Street View technology, which lets you track roads using aerial images.
The new feature was added in Google Maps 10.5 and Google Maps 9.2, which were released in August.
It allows you a lot of flexibility in how you use your data, and it’s also a big step forward for Google Maps, which has struggled with mapping its own services.
The company has struggled to find ways to make Google Maps accessible to a wider audience since the advent of the iPhone and the iPad.
The feature is still not widely used, though it’s available in a handful of different locations on the web.
Google is currently working to expand highway pegged data to include data from more popular platforms, like iOS and Android.
Google said highway peggers can upload up to 10,000 road images and use them for any kind of data, such as building a 3D model of a street.
You can even upload photos of the road, which you can then display on the road as a way of making the roads look less congested.
“Google Maps is always working on ways to improve the user experience and make it easier to share maps, so we are very excited about this feature,” Google said in a blog post.
The company has been working to make it easy to upload highway data to the Maps API, and has also been working on building tools for creating 3D street maps.