Google wants to relieve New Yorkers of one of the Subway's biggest annoyances: Planned service changes you didn't know about. Now, whenever you click on a Subway station in Google Maps, the information box that pops up will display detailed service advisories like the ones the MTA posts on its website and in stations. The new alerts will also show up when you search for transit directions in Google Maps. There's nothing worse than realizing a train is running a weird schedule when you're already late and can't do anything about it. Bless you Google. Now please roll this feature out for the rest of America.