Google Maps is bringing bike-sharing station information to global markets from today, more than a year after first debuting the feature in New York City.

Google an integration with Citi Bike in the Big Apple last April, showing travelers the nearest bike-sharing station and revealing how many bikes are currently available. Now, the internet giant is expanding the integrations to dozens of markets across the Americas, Asia, and Europe — this is due to a new real-time bike-share data feed gleaned via a partnership with .

From this week, on Android and iOS, riders will be able to locate their nearest bike-sharing station in 23 new cities, though more will be added shortly: Barcelona, Berlin, Brussels, Budapest, Chicago, Dublin, Hamburg, Helsinki, Kaohsiung, London, Los Angeles,

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