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Google Maps and Lime partner in 13 cities

Google Maps has announced a partnership with Lime in selected cities around the world.

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Thanks to a new partnership, residents in thirteen cities will be able to locate nearby Lime scooters, pedal bikes and e-bikes via Google Maps.

 

The companies say the service will help with last-mile mobility.

 

Google Maps users will also be able to see how long it will take them to walk to the vehicle, an estimate of how much the ride will cost, and their total journey time and estimated time of arrival.

 

Tapping on the Lime card within Google Maps will take users to the Lime app, where they can find the exact location of the vehicle and unlock it.

 

The partnership is rolling out in 13 cities but Google says more will be coming soon.

 

The service is available in Auckland, Austin, Baltimore, Brisbane, Dallas, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, San Diego, Oakland, San Antonio, San Jose, Scottsdale and Seattle.

 

Google says more cities are coming soon.

 

Earlier this week, a separate partnership was announced between Lime and the Populus platform to provide data to the Seattle Department of Transportation.

 

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