Fresh on the back of the Maps platform overhaul, today sees a brand new version of Windows 10 Maps, a UWP app for all devices, including phone/mobile. Highlights in v5.1808 include lots of 'Fluent Design' (transparency) effects and colour coded traffic summaries, along with total delay estimates. Maps is a great example of an app and a service getting big updates under Windows 10 Mobile even though the OS itself is at a 'security updates only' status.
Here's my attempt at a changelog (I'll update this if I find anything official):
Fluent Design and transparency throughout (with some examples shown below)
Traffic analysis is now colour coded
Traffic delays are now shown, separate to expected journey times
The option for a 'live tile' is gone in Settings, presumably because there's no need for it anymore - live tile map information never really took off under Windows 10
There's an extra back arrow control at the top left of the Settings pane, to return to the main map screens
Here's the new version of Windows 10 Maps in action:
Note the colour coded traffic assessments (red - yellow (not shown) - green, etc.) and the numerical readout of the 'delay', here on a typical long and short journey. Note also the transparency of the floating control panel.
Note the Fluent Design added to the drop down panes too - you can see the map underneath the route planning fields on the left and even underneath the Settings pane on the right, above. Also notice the absence of a 'Live tile' toggle for the first time.
You can update yourself in the Store in the usual way...