Apple has expanded availability of transit directions in its Maps app for iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple Watch to four European markets: Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland.

As MacRumors states, the coverage includes train, tram and bus routes in the capital cities of each country, including Oslo, Stockholm, Copenhagen and Helsinki. On top of that, funicular connections and transit links across borders are available, too.

The latest additions have yet to be added to the company’s official iOS Feature Availability webpage which is updated every few weeks on average.

With these additions, transit directions are now available in nearly 190 countries around the world.

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In December, transit directions launched in Belgium; Manila, Philippines; Switzerland; and Wyoming and Iowa in the United States.

Are Apple Maps’ transit directions available in your country yet?

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