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Activate the Google Maps Distance Matrix API

To get you started we'll guide you through the Google Developers Console to do a few things first:

  1. Create or choose a project
  2. Activate the Google Maps Distance Matrix API
  3. Create appropriate keys
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This page is updated with each new release of the Google Maps Distance Matrix API. The changelog lists releases by date and includes any new features, bug fixes and significant performance improvements.

Consult the developer's guide for information on how to use the Google Maps Distance Matrix API.

November 10, 2015

Features and improvements

  • The API now returns predicted travel times with traffic for times in the future, based on historical averages. Previously, the API only returned travel times in traffic for times very close to now. To receive predicted travel times with traffic, specify a departure time of "now" or some time in the future, with a travel mode of driving. You can also specify a traffic model of optimistic, pessimistic, or best guess (default), to influence the assumptions used when calculating the travel time. For details, see the developer's guide.
  • Standard Plan customers now have access to optimal routes and travel times in traffic - these features were previously available only to Google Maps APIs Premium Plan customers.

Notes

  • To access traffic features the API request must include an API key, or a Google Maps APIs Premium Plan client ID and signature.

About these release notes

This document describes releases from November 2015 onwards. The Google Maps Distance Matrix API existed before that date and had a number of releases, but they're not included in these notes.

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