This would surely help you out in having a smooth travel experience in Vienna, Austria.
Apple Maps transit directions in Vienna, Austria, which focuses on public transportation routes around its capital where the usual travelers go. The users in the country will be able to choose transit routes when getting directions between two train routes, U-Bahn and S-Bahn.
So, What’s new?
Based on the iPhone-ticker.de notes, Apple gives that map options also for other Austrian cities. It has integrated the regional trains into its transit directions, though there might still be missing or not yet covered. These transit directions were added into Apple Maps way back in 2015 for iOS 9. And the company has worked to expand its features to additional areas in 5 years.
You may look into the location available here: iOS and iPadOS Feature Availability website, but it has not yet been updated, as Austria is not yet included.
Apple Maps Detects International Travelers
Apple has started to join the coronavirus pandemic initiatives by alerting users of self-isolation guidance for international travelers if they were at the airport.
A Twitter user named Kyle Seth Gray tweeted a screenshot from his iPhone receiving an alert after being at an airport. The screenshot showed a notification is targeted geo-location-based alerts, rather than any personal details about international travel. This also entails that Apple is now part of the COVID 19 guidelines initiatives for all their iOs users.
The CDC guidance advises and suggesting recent travelers to check on their health by taking their temperature with a thermometer twice a day to check for fever. The notification also pushes the traveler to stay at home and avoid contact with others as much as possible. The information also proposes not to take public transport, and to stay 2 meters for social distancing.