To use the feature, punch in a route as you usually would, then tap on "options".
To use Google Maps' wheelchair accessible routes, enter in your destination in the app, tap Directions, and then choose the public transportation icon from the options across the header at the top of the screen.
A statement from Google said: 'When you select this option, Google Maps will show you a list of possible routes that take mobility needs into consideration'.
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As stated though, the feature is only available in here in Sydney - officially - at the moment, however it looks like it might be live in other major capital cities when giving try as per below.
Google Maps is helping people to navigate and explore the world by providing directions worldwide, to people who are traveling by auto, bicycle or on foot. By using real-time updates and location data Devs will be able to re-imagine our world, find best places to make the 3D renderings of roads, bulidings, houses, statues and real life places directly into the Unity engine making it incredibly easy, Which was all done manually before by the developers. Google says more cities will continue to be added in the future. Over 12 million places have been assessed by Local Guides over the course of 200 global meet-ups late previous year. "We're introducing "wheelchair accessible" routes in transit navigation to make getting around easier for those with mobility needs".
Google, the giant technology company has launched "wheelchair accessible" routes in Maps for the differently-abled people. "Additionally, we've been busy capturing and updating Street View imagery of transit stations and city centers so people can preview a place or transit station ahead of time".