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The Irish Government has announced plans to remove Google Maps from its public transport systems by 2021.
This means that all Irish-owned cars, buses and trams will be covered by the Google Maps service, and any searches in Google Maps will be carried out in English.
Google Maps is currently available in all US cities, including Chicago, Boston, Washington DC, Philadelphia, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Jose and Seattle.
The decision comes at a time when the Google Map service is increasingly being used to provide real-time information on traffic, weather and other important events.
Google has not said when it will remove the service from Irish services, but it will be a gradual process.
Google said the removal will affect users of all major networks in the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, the US, Canada, and other countries.
Google’s decision to remove the Google maps service from its Irish public transport services comes after a review by Google Maps Ireland, which is a subsidiary of the company.
Google had announced that the Google map service would be removed from Irish public roads and that its maps service would become available in other regions.
The Google Maps Irish service is currently unavailable in the USA, Australia and New Zealand.
The company said the decision to stop the service in the United States was made because of “the significant disruption that Google Maps has experienced in recent years, and in particular with respect to its service for travel, and the effect of a large number of Google Maps-related complaints”.
Google’s removal of the service was not the first time Google had sought to remove its mapping services from Irish roads.
Google first removed its maps app from the US in 2014 after a complaint by the Irish Government.
Google also removed maps services from the Irish Public Transport Service (IPTS) in the early 1990s.
Google later removed maps from the UK and Ireland.
Google launched a free app called Google Maps Dublin in 2007 and introduced a dedicated Google Maps app for the UK.
Google began removing the mapping service from Ireland in 2014, when the company launched a new mapping app called Maps for the Irish State.
Google maps in the Irish public service has been available in Ireland since 2003, but its use was suspended in 2008, due to the implementation of a new traffic management system that requires drivers to wear a car-mounted GPS device.
Google started removing the map service from the public transport networks in 2016.
Google declined to comment on the decision.
In its announcement, Google said it had been following the situation closely.
“The company has made its position clear: the Irish government’s decision today to pull out Google Maps services is the result of years of dedicated work by Google mapping team to ensure the safety of our customers, including the public.
We are committed to providing an open, transparent and frictionless experience for Irish users,” it said.
Google in the past has been accused of censorship in Ireland.
The Irish government banned the Irish version of the Google Search engine in 2010, after Google Maps was found to have a “biased and negative view” on Sinn Féin.
The government said it was doing so because Google had made “unacceptable and illegal use of our public resources”.
Google Maps did not exist in Ireland until 2013, when it launched a search app for Irish drivers.
Google Ireland said it would not remove Google maps from its networks.
“Google Maps Ireland is committed to delivering the best and most accurate search experience possible for our users and will continue to work with our partners to ensure this is achieved,” Google Ireland spokesperson Sean O’Connor said.
“Our focus is always on safety and security in our public transport, and this decision is part of a broader review we are undertaking to make sure that Google maps is a part of the Irish transport network for everyone in Ireland.”
Google said Google Maps for Ireland was designed to give users more control over their search experience, and would not require users to switch to a third-party app.
Google was also removing Google Maps and its Maps for iOS and Android apps from its US apps store, although it will continue working with Apple on the mobile platform.