Tag Archives: Google Maps

Tier integrates with Google Maps in UK

Tier has teamed up with Google Maps in the UK, giving people in London and York access to the company’s e-scooters through the navigation app. The integration will enable riders plotting a route via Google Maps to easily locate nearby Tier e-scooters, as well as clearly displaying how much their …

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Spin announces global integration with Google Maps

Spin has announced a global integration with Google Maps, helping users take advantage of its e-bikes and e-scooters as they plan their journeys. When looking for directions, Google Maps users can now locate Spin vehicles in 84 towns, cities and campuses in the US, Canada, Germany and Spain. Google Maps …

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Bird launches Google Maps integration to increase access to eco-friendly transit

Bird is integrating with Google Maps to help increase access to eco-friendly urban transportation. Starting today, anyone using Google Maps to plan a trip in US cities where Bird operates will be able to quickly locate nearby Bird scooters and bikes, as well as approximate trip duration, estimated price and …

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Voi teams up with Google in select cities around Europe

Voi has teamed up with Google in select cities around Europe, enabling users to find e-scooters, check their status and plan multi-modal trips all in the Google Maps app. Voi’s offering will now be displayed on Google Maps in more than 22 cities, allowing users to plan trips more easily …

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Tier teams up with Google Maps for easier access to e-scooters

Tier has teamed up with Google Maps to offer riders a new option when planning routes for the ‘first and last mile’ in 11 major European cities. Riders will be able to locate nearby Tier e-scooters directly from Google Maps, along with information like a cost estimate and anticipated arrival …

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Google Maps integrates detailed bike-sharing information

Google has introduced advanced bike-sharing information into its Maps navigational platform. The new feature, which includes live bike and docking availability, has rolled out in ten cities throughout the world: Chicago, London, Mexico City, Montreal, New York, Rio De Janiero, San Franciso, Sao Paulo, Taipei and Washington. It will roll …

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