Real-time updates for Dublin city's bike-sharing scheme can now be accessed through Google Maps.
It means users are now able to check how many bikes are available at each Dublin Bikes station through the mapping app, as well as if there are any empty spaces to return a bike.
The feature's available on iOS and Android, as well as desktop.
Dublin's among 24 cities in 16 countries included in Google's rollout of the new features, following a trial in New York.
London, Brussels, Berlin, Barcelona, Chicago and Rio de Janeiro are among the other cities where the feature has now been introduced, with Google saying they're also planning to roll it out elsewhere.
The technology giant wrote in a blog post that bike-sharing is "convenient, affordable, fun and hassle-free".
They said: "From New Taipei City to Toronto, you can now use Google Maps to locate bikeshare stations and pinpoint how many bikes are available near you.
"You can also find out whether there’s an empty space at a station near your destination for you to leave your bike.
"This is all made possible by incorporating a new global bike share data feed directly into Google Maps, thanks to a partnership with [transport data company] Ito World."
There are currently more than 100 Dublin Bikes docking stations located around Dublin city centre, with around 1,600 bikes.
Cities such as Cork and Galway have similar bike-sharing systems, but they're currently not included in Google's new feature.