Apple MapsSource: iMore

Apple has re-integrated transit directions into Apple Maps — after losing them a few years back when the company parted ways with Google — and that means you can now find directions with trains, buses, ferries, and more, all on your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Mac.

According to an online posting, Apple Maps offers transit directions for the following countries and cities:

  • Alabama, US
  • Alaska, US
  • Arizona, US
  • Arkansas, US
  • Australia
  • Belgium
  • Budapest, Hungary
  • California, US
  • Canada
  • China mainland
  • Colorado, US
  • Connecticut, US
  • Delaware, US
  • Denmark
  • Denver, CO
  • Estonia
  • Finland
  • Florida, US
  • France
  • Georgia, US
  • Germany
  • Hawaii, US
  • Hong Kong
  • Idaho, US
  • Indiana, US
  • Iowa, US
  • Illinois, US
  • Ireland
  • Japan
  • Kansas, US
  • Kentucky, US
  • Louisiana, US
  • Luxembourg
  • Maine, US
  • Manila, Philippines
  • Maryland, US
  • Massachusetts, US
  • Mexico City, Mexico
  • Michigan, US
  • Minnesota, US
  • Mississippi, US
  • Missouri, US
  • Montana, US
  • Nebraska, US
  • Netherlands
  • Nevada, US
  • New Hampshire, US
  • New Jersey, US
  • New Mexico, US
  • New York, US
  • New Zealand
  • North Carolina, US
  • North Dakota, US
  • Norway
  • Ohio, US
  • Oklahoma, US
  • Oregon, US
  • Pennsylvania, US
  • Prague, Czech Republic
  • Rhode Island, US
  • Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • Rome, Italy
  • São Paulo, Brazil
  • Singapore
  • South Carolina, US
  • South Dakota, US
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • Taiwan
  • Tennessee, US
  • Texas, US
  • UK
  • Utah, US
  • Vermont, US
  • Virginia, US
  • Washington, DC
  • Washington, US
  • West Virginia, US
  • Wisconsin, US
  • Wyoming, US

Are Apple Maps transit directions available where you live? If so, how do they work for you? If not, what are you using instead?

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