A new update for the Windows Maps app is heading out to Insiders on both PC and Mobile, and it brings along a single handy change. As announced by verified Microsoft employee Dave_MSFT on Reddit, Maps will now let users simply tap a transit stop on a map to see arrival times.
As seen in the screenshot above, tapping will give you quick access to the estimated arrival time for any stop. Sure, it's not the most groundbreaking addition, but it's nice to have nonetheless.
To check out this feature, you'll want to make sure you've updated to Maps version 5.1708. Insiders should be able to grab the latest update from the Windows Store now.
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