Users then need to enter a meter number and the time it takes to park. If for whatever reason you need to be in this place for a longer period of time, you can top up your parking ticket with just a few taps.
This parking feature is rolling out in over 400 cities in the United States, including Boston, LA, New York, and Washington DC.
Android users only get the function with iOS, not too long afterwards. Unfortunately, Google didn’t say if this feature will be available in other countries. Hopefully it sounds like an incredibly handy tool that is available to you.
With Google Maps, users can also pay for their public transport in the extremely popular navigation app.
Fortunately, this feature seems to be getting a broader rollout.
Google said that payment for transit prices on Maps will be expanded to “80+ transit agencies around the world”.