Google Maps on two wheels
In a sign of the full mobility times, Google Maps is slotting scooter, e-bike and regular bike locations onto its maps.
The company has teamed up with Lime in 13 cities to include two-wheelers as transport options. “If a Lime vehicle is available, you’ll see how long it’ll take to walk to the vehicle, an estimate of how much your ride could cost, and your total journey time and ETA,” says Google.
Those metros in the mix include Auckland, Austin, Baltimore, Brisbane (Australia), Dallas, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, San Diego, Oakland, San Antonio, San Jose, Scottsdale and Seattle.