Google Maps now displays bike-sharing locations in 24 cities - Engadget

July 19, 2019

No more searching for a place to return that bike.

 

Bike-sharing is a convenient way to get around a city, but with so many schemes operating concurrently it's sometimes tough to know where the nearest station with available bikes is. Now, Google can tell you

 

Bike-sharing is a convenient way to get around a city, but with so many schemes operating concurrently it's sometimes tough to know where the nearest station with available bikes is. Now, Google can tell you.

 

In selected cities, Google Maps will now show bike-sharing stations and display how many bikes are available at each one. Or, if you're using a bike and you need to return it, you can see whether there is an empty space at a nearby station.

 

The system makes use of a feed of global bike-share information from transit data company Ito World. The feature has been tested in New York City for the last year and now it's rolling out to 24 cities in 16 countries.

 

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