Google Maps Expands Real-Time Bikesharing Info to 23 More Cities

Google Maps this week expanded real-time bikesharing information to 23 additional cities in 16 countries around the world.


In addition to New York City, the feature is now available in Barcelona, Berlin, Brussels, Budapest, Chicago, Dublin, Hamburg, Helsinki, Kaohsiung, London, Los Angeles, Lyon, Madrid, Mexico City, Montreal, New Taipei City, Rio de Janeiro, the San Francisco Bay Area, São Paulo, Toronto, Vienna, Warsaw, and Zurich.

In these cities, users can now locate bikeshare stations and pinpoint how many bikes are available near them in the Google Maps app for iOS or Android. Users can also find out whether there are empty spaces at bikesharing stations.

The feature is powered by real-time transit data company Ito World.



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5 weeks ago
Meanwhile Maps added "street-view" to parts of California.
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5 weeks ago
This is cool! Hey, Apple Maps? ;)
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Meanwhile Google mines your data and sells it


So what? Google knows where you shop, big deal. In return it gives you nice free products to use. It’s a fair exchange, imo.
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5 weeks ago

Meanwhile Maps added "street-view" to parts of California.

Meanwhile Google mines your data and sells it
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5 weeks ago

Meanwhile Google mines your data and sells it

And you're concerned because?
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5 weeks ago

Meanwhile Google mines your data and sells it


So does Apple, your ISP and phone carrier. You even pay them to.
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