The new look for Google Maps that Google unveiled during its IO keynote in May 2013 is finally beginning to roll out to all users.
The new Google Maps will replace the old version in desktop browsers “around the world,” arriving “in the coming weeks,” Vice President of Google Maps Brian McClendon wrote in a blog post.
“It’s now even easier to plan your next trip, check live traffic conditions, discover what’s happening around town, and learn about a new area,” McClendon wrote, linking to the Google+ page documenting the return of Pegman.