Amazon Route 53 traffic flow now supports geoproximity routing for AWS Local Zones

Starting today, Route 53 geoproximity routing can be used with AWS Local Zones in Route 53 traffic flow to reduce latency for end users connecting to applications running in their nearest Local Zone. With this release, you can improve application performance for latency-sensitive workloads by routing traffic within the same geographic area as that of Local Zone infrastructure.

Source:: Amazon AWS