Apple Maps has been slowly improving over the years. Especially when it comes to adding features like cycling directions and others. Of course, actually getting coverage is the most important part of any new feature, and the good news is Apple now has all 50 U.S. states covered with cycling directions.
The last time we heard about any kind of expansion was in April of this year, when cycling directions launched in Chicago, Detroit, and other major cities in the U.S. And, as of July of this year, 49 states all offered the feature for Apple Maps users. And now, according to folks on Reddit (via MacRumors), Apple Maps is available in Hawai’i.
Which means all 50 states are now covered.
With cycling directions, users on a bicycle will be able to get turn-by-turn navigation from one point to the other. On top of that, the feature also covers bike lanes, bike paths, and, as you can see in the image above, will show when someone will need to use shared roads. The feature also shows stairs along a path, when the road might be busy, and much more. Used with an Apple Watch and voice navigation, it can be especially helpful for bicyclists who can’t look at their phone while riding.
Cycling directions is available internationally, too, including in China, Vancouver, Montréal, Toronto, Barcelona, and London.