Google is rolling out two updates to Google Maps that reward more thoughtful business owners. The first is aimed at users with accessibility needs. As part of its Global Accessibility Awareness Day campaign, Google is adding an “Accessible Places” toggle so wheelchair accessibility information will become more prominent in the app. In essence, you’ll be able to see if a place is accessible — and to what extent — at a glance. Google will also make it easier for Maps users and business owners to describe accessibility support from Google Maps and Google My Business. Accessible Places is coming to Australia, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States, with plans for more countries later down the line.

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