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As the result of the end of some works, a street has changed its direction of travel.

Is there any way I can notify Google of the change?

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up vote 3 down vote accepted

In the bottom right corner of the map, you'll see a tiny link: report a problem. This will bring up the Report A Problem dialog.


More information can be found here (it's the Learn More link in the dialog).

EDIT: Here is a page with a bit more information with other links and ways to edit information: Google Maps: Fix a problem

If this still doesn't work, the map provider is always listed at the bottom of the map. Chances are good that they will have their own way for submitting corrections. You'd need to identify the provider and then do a search.

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Go figure, that tool isn't available in that area. (I'm still accepting your answer as I didn't specify where the problem was and since I don't really care too much about it -- if I did I would be working on OpenStreetMap.) – badp Sep 3 '10 at 17:04
Awesome, that area is covered by TeleAtlas, which has its own Report a problem system as linked by the "Fix a problem" link you added. – badp Sep 3 '10 at 17:12

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