Google Maps may offer routes connecting bikes and cars to public transit

Wong also learned that Google hopes to offer more accurate ridesharing fares by sharing route data with third-party apps like Uber. You wouldn’t have to switch apps just to know if it makes sense to hail a car.

Google Maps may offer routes connecting bikes and cars to public transit
Google Maps may offer routes connecting bikes and cars to public transit

Google Maps may offer routes connecting bikes and cars to public transit

Google Maps might add more travel options when it is safe to return. According to  9to5Google reports, app sleuth Jane Manchun Wong has discovered that Google is exploring “connections to public transit” route options that would cover the “first mile” transportation for certain trips, such as bikes, cars, motorcycles ridesharing services and even auto rickshaws.

You could drive to a park-and-ride stop, hop on the bus and get directions through the entire trip. Wong also learned that Google hopes to offer more accurate ridesharing fares by sharing route data with third-party apps like Uber. You wouldn’t have to switch apps just to know if it makes sense to hail a car.