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Saturday, December 15, 2018

Google Maps adapts and allows you to book your self-service Lime scooter

La firme américaine ajoute une nouvelle fonctionnalité à son service de cartographie. Il est possible dans plusieurs villes de trouver et réserver sa trottinette électrique Lime.

Since its inception in 2004, the Google Maps mapping service has been evolving and adapting to different trends. The firm of Moutain View has multiplied the services for example to take into account carpooling (in partnership with BlaBlaCar), or private drivers with Uber. An adaptation strategy that has helped improve service and continue to dominate this sector.

Following this same logic, Google has signed a partnership with Lime to display the scooters that are available in open access and indicate the travel time to recover it. The user can book his scooter and even have an estimate of the cost of the trip. The service is already available in 13 American cities, in San Diego, Seattle or Los Angeles, but also internationally in Brisbane and Auckland.

On the other hand, it looks a little more complicated at home. The town halls did not really appreciate the arrival of these rolling objects that hang around everywhere. The City of Paris has asked for the creation of parking zones. We imagine that the application will indicate the stations, like self-service bicycles.

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