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February 6, 2013

N.Y. MTA introduces interactive subway map

Now, without the need to open a separate PDF file, you can zoom in to enlarge any part of the map and expose details for easy viewing.


August 16, 2012

1M public transit stops on Google Maps for Android

The new version allows you to highlight a single mode of transportation (subway, bus, or train), temporarily hiding the other transit information, thus making it easier to map your destination.


June 12, 2012

Apple's new maps app missing transit directions

Apple says it will let third-party developers provide transit directions for its maps.


March 29, 2012

Google Maps for Android gets new public transit options

In addition to added bus and subway options, users will also be able to select from various route options, such as the recommended route, one with fewer transfers, or one that involves less walking.


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