Google is building web mapping software, reports WSJ

Google is developing software that can map the web using the technology it is developing to improve the accuracy of its maps.

The company says it is working on the technology to map large areas with a variety of web services.

It said in a blog post Tuesday that it is in the early stages of developing a mapping system for public transit.

The Google mapping technology can use geolocation and other information to locate sites that users would typically visit.

Google also has been working on a mapping technology called Mapbox that can help developers create maps that show what areas users would likely go to, and which would be closed.

Google has been building a web mapping tool for public transport since 2010.

Google is also working on maps that help drivers navigate on public roads, the company said.