BMW 5 Series: Traffic bulletins on the map - Traffic bulletins - Navigation - BMW 5 Series Owners ManualsBMW 5 Series: Traffic bulletins on the map

"Traffic conditions/gray map" Active: indication on the control display is switched to shades of gray. This enables a better view of the traffic bulletins. Day/night mode is not taken into account in this setting. Symbols and special destinations are not displayed.

1. "Navigation"
2. "Map"
3. "Options" Open.
4. "Settings"
5. "Traffic conditions/gray map"

Symbols in the map view

Depending on the scale of the map and the location of the traffic obstruction along the route, the symbols for the traffic obstructions are displayed.

Additional information in the map view

tion's length, direction, and impact are displayed in the map using triangles or gray bars along the calculated route.

▷ Red: congestion.
▷ Orange: stop-and-go traffic.
▷ Yellow: heavy traffic.
▷ Green: clear roads.
▷ Gray: general traffic bulletins, e.g., construction site.

The displayed information depends on the particular traffic information service.

    Opening the traffic bulletins
    1. "Navigation" 2. "Map" 3. "Traffic Info" First the traffic bulletins for the calculated route are displayed. The traffic bulletins are sorted by their distance ...

    Filtering traffic bulletins
    You can set which traffic bulletins appear on the map. 1. "Navigation" 2. "Map" 3. "Options" Open. 4. "Traffic Info categories" 5. Select the desired cat ...

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