Apple continues to build upon the transit coverage of Apple Maps, today adding the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex and the City of San Antonio to supported areas in Texas. The support marks the first expansion of transit coverage beyond the state's capital of Austin.

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In Dallas and Fort Worth, Apple will now offer up several city transit routes, including transportation by the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) light rail commuter service, streetcar and bus lines, and the Skylink at DFW Airport.

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In San Antonio, coverage is concentrated within the Connolly Loop (Interstate 410), and takes in the city's VIA Metropolitan Transit system.

Transit directions were first added to Apple Maps in 2015 as part of iOS 9. At launch, transit information was only available in a handful of cities, but Apple has been working hard to expand the feature to additional locations.

Transit data is now available in more than 20 cities around the world, along with dozens of cities in China.

(Thanks, Ram!)

Top Rated Comments

Jessica Lares Avatar
77 months ago
Heh, it's still too early for people here to be up! It's not even 5AM yet.

But nice to see its been expanded to DFW. :)
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iTom17 Avatar
77 months ago
Seriously Macrumors, an update on this for every city of two? There are thousands of majors cities worldwide. This is gonna take a while.
That's exactly why it's good of Macrumors to publish news articles about it. There are so many cities, it's just too much work to find out yourself where Transit has expanded to. If it would finally be available in the Netherlands, I'd want to know for sure. :P
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SandboxGeneral Avatar
77 months ago
Seriously Macrumors, an update on this for every city of two? There are thousands of majors cities worldwide. This is gonna take a while.
Perhaps, but I don't see the harm in the editors publishing stories about them. I suppose some of the readers here would live in those cities and may not otherwise notice these additions without seeing the MacRumors story.
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daanodinot Avatar
77 months ago
So.... slow.... -_-
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countryside Avatar
77 months ago
Seriously Macrumors, an update on this for every city of two? There are thousands of majors cities worldwide. This is gonna take a while.
I care since it's my state. :p
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