Apple wants to help NFL fans travel with ease when they get to Houston, Texas next week for Super Bowl LI. The Cupertino giant just updated its Apple Maps app to now show Houston’s transit data. Users will therefore have access to information about the regional and metropolitan public transportation services in the area when they get there.

According to Apple Insider, the update will be very useful for iPhone users who are attending Super Bowl LI next week. The addition of Houston’s transit data is expected to help people navigate the city while avoiding high traffic areas and roads that will be closed due to certain risks or reasons related to the Super Bowl festivities.

In the days heading to Super Bowl LI, Houston is going to do some last-minute preparations for the big event. The preparations along with the influx of travelers from other parts of the country will likely cause traffic jams in the city. Thus, updates about the Metro rail services, Metro buses and other modes of public transportation will really come in handy to iPhone users.

Transit was introduced to Maps back in December as part of the major revamp for the iOS 9 app. The feature shows users routes, departure times and other data pertaining to public transportation. From buses, trains and ferries to underground subway and train stations, Transit has got everything covered.

When Transit was introduced, it only supported select cities from around the globe, such as Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, Baltimore, San Francisco, Toronto, Mexico City and Boston. It also came with transportation data for more than 300 cities in China, as per MacRumors.

Since its introduction to the Apple Maps app, Transit support continued to expand to other places. At present, it already has transportation data for San Diego, Atlanta, Vancouver, Sacramento, Rio de Janeiro, Salt Lake City, Honolulu, Columbus, Melbourne, Miami and Pittsburgh, among many others.

Apple Maps’ Transit feature is slowly rolling out internationally, so users from other parts of the world could soon have access to transit data wherever they go.