In December, Google launched a new feature that allowed users to find Lime bikes and scooters on Google Maps in 13 different cities. This weekend, the company announced that it is expanding the feature to more than 80 cities around the world.
Google has been constantly adding ride-sharing options to Google Maps in recent years, partnering with companies like Uber and Lyft. Like those features, the app provides users with the location, the time it takes to drive the vehicle they selected, and a price estimate.
The expansion is available for iOS and Android users, and offers the feature to various cities in the United States, as well as other countries, such as England, New Zealand, Mexico, and others. Google also says the feature will be coming to other cities in the near future.