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Google is expanding its bike sharing feature on Google Maps beyond New York City to 16 additional countries and 24 cities, the company revealed on Tuesday.
“From New Taipei City to Toronto, you can now use Google Maps to locate bikeshare stations and pinpoint how many bikes are available near you,” the company said on its blog.
Not only will users be able locate a bike to ride, but they will also be notified of where they can leave them when their ride is complete.
The feature is now available for iOS and Android in London, Barcelona, Helsinki, São Paulo and San Francisco, just to name a few. However, there are no cities in Africa listed.
It’s not clear if or when the feature will be arriving in South Africa.
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