Google Map users in the US can now pay their parking or transit fare directly through the app.
Launched as part of an expanded partnership with transportation software companies Passport and ParkMobile, this contactless payment feature will cover more than 400 U.S. cities and will include over 80 global transit agencies.
Currently, the feature is only available on Android, but Google said they will introduce it to the iOS version of the app soon.
The aim is to help users pay for parking without having to touch a meter, said Google Maps product manager Vishal Dutta and Google Pay's Fausto Araujo.
"Now you'll be able to plan your trip, buy your fare, and start riding without needing to toggle between multiple apps," The company wrote in a blog post.