"Apple Maps finally get on board with public transit"
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Apple Maps finally get on board with public transit
With Transit, we provide a map that emphasises all of the different transit lines, buses, and trains, subway stations, and so forth.
And when you tap on a station, you can see all the lines that run through it, with their departure times.
And we do multi-modal routing, whether you're taking a subway, a train, a bus, or ferry.
And we provide step-by-step directions, including time for walking directions.
We're taken special care to get the details right, the ones that matter with transit.
For instance, you take a subway station, like this one in Columbus Circle in New York.
It's not just a point on a map If you look closer it's actually an enormous underground structure spanning many city blocks.
And so we carefully surveyed all of the entrances and exits so that we could give you walking directions based on the time to travel from where you actually are.
Now this not only saves you a ton of walking, but it also probably is the difference between catching your train on time and being stuck.
And we've taught Siri all about transit so it's effortless.
To ask Siri for directions.
And we're gonna be rolling maps out transit.
Starting with these cities across the world.
And with these and 300 more in China.
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