Does anyone know if Google Maps distinguishes lines on jammed crossroads when displaying ETA (estimated time of arrival) for your current route? I frequently travel on roads that are marked as red (or even black) because lane for turning left (or right) is completely full. But I am not going to turn, I am on lane to continue straight which is completely empty. Google shows that I am on the red road.
Can Google Maps tell the difference between the lanes and project it into the ETA? My guess is it does not.
Why I am asking this is when I travel by car, I use Google Maps to get around the city faster (comparing different alternatives in the rush hour). But if it cannot differentiate the jammed and empty lines then I know I cannot rely on ETA for alternatives too much and go with what I think is faster.