Plot your route at train and bus stations
In the Maps app, switch to the new Transit view and search for a station in London, which is currently the only city in the UK to offer the feature we’re going to look at – (or another city listed at http://bit.ly/AppleMapsTransit). In both the 2D and 3D views, zoom in close enough to a station or stop – for bus or rail, in London’s case – and you’ll see a peach-coloured outline of the station building, as well as any underground tunnels it incorporates. It’s not just the names of the station and businesses within it that are marked – entrances are also shown to help you spot which is nearest – potentially handy for avoiding the drizzly weather.
Clicking on the station’s name will reveal the station’s place card, complete with departure times. However, make note that some stations display more than one icon next to their name for the different networks that serve them. London Victoria, for example, displays icons for national rail services and the underground. However, when you click on it and then click the i in a circle on the popover that appears, the station’s card displays the number of minutes until the next few trains on the Gatwick Express. Further down the card, look for Connections and click the i next to it to see times to departures for each of the underground lines that run through the station. All of these features are available on iOS 9 as well.