Although Google Glass won't be available until possibly 2014, it is easy to get excited and plan for what good use it can have. Traveling with Google Glass will be an awesome experience like never before, especially as it grows to a bigger user base.
Never get lost again. Never stop in the middle of the sidewalk or street to look at your phone as people and cars are whizzing by. Wear Google Glass and speak to the Glass. The directions will come right in view, so stopping is not necessary. Keep walking!
Flight itinerary details, real-time update on delays, directions to gate, and time it takes to reach the gate will be available in real time. Once again, keep walking and speak to the Glass. On a similar note, it would be great if bus, subway, and national train service schedules could be made available also.
With Google Glass, there will be no more awkward moments where a picture is taken instead of a video. Once again, speak to the Glass! A picture or video is taken. If social media were a part of Google Glass (and without a doubt it will be), upload the picture or video on the spot. Maybe updating Facebook statuses or being limited to only 140 characters will become obsolete? It would be even neater if friends or followers on social media accounts could see a video in real time. Imagine being on a roller coaster telling the Glass to take a video. Friends and followers can tune in and see it live, almost like they were right there with you, except their tummy won't tickle on the way down.
These are just a few ideas how Google Glass can or will affect how people travel. There will be many positive assets, and there is likely to be many more as the release time gets closer and more people get involved with the latest technology trends.