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Add style=o to the end of the url. You must also specify a scene parameter also. I find it easier to get what I want on the screen, then click the envelope in the lower left hand corner that is used to share the URL. Check this page for more URL variables. ...


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I've figured it out, seems I was just searching for the wrong keywords. From the documentation I was able to add a point to the collections editor as follows: http://www.bing.com/maps/?v=2&cp=53.0210235~-1.48398532&lvl=16&dir=0&sty=c&sp=point.53.0210235_-1.48398532_You%20are%20here


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If you right-click and choose "What's here?", it should show you an approximation of the address (in text) on the left, including the city's name. At least this works for me in the U.S. and Mexico, the two places where I travel and use Google Maps for precisely the same thing.


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Found one! This is simple and actually does exactly what I'm looking for. It is called Find the Best Route Enter addresses. Optimize route. Export to Google Maps. The limit is 24 addresses.


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You can use Google Maps to plot trails. Check out this link if you don't know how to use the My Maps feature of Google Maps. To export, you can get the KML by clicking the "View in Google Earth" button on your map and save the KML data. Another easy method to export your maps is to put them in a Google Fusion table, by using this utility: ...


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With Google Maps, you can save driving directions to a personal map (the feature is called "My Maps"). Plot driving directions from A to B. At the bottom of the directions, click the link to Save to My Maps. For the first one, select Create a new map... and click the Save button. For each additional set of directions, select the map you just created. In ...


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You can export the route in Bing Maps as a KML file & import that KML file into Google Maps. In Bing Maps, add the selected location to a Collection. The "Add to collection" link appears below any location you choose. From the Collection menu on the right, click on "Open your collections" to view the Collections Editor which has an Actions dropdown. ...


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Looks as if it has been removed officially.. Check out this article from CNET. Along with that is this blog from Bing's Blog.


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You can use the Google Places API to get at this data. It will allow you to specify a Lat/Long coordination and return places based on a radius distance. There is also documentation for Javascript based application. Here's some info from the first article on using Place Search: The Google Places API allows you to query for place information on a ...


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It looks like you need to be using a GIS system. Doesn't the local government have that data? Most cities or counties have the data. They need it for their other services, some will sell it to companies. You could also ask over at http://gis.stackexchange.com/


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this will work: http://www.bing.com/maps/?v=2&cp=53.0210235~-1.48398532&lvl=18&dir=0&sty=o&sp=point.53.0210235_-1.48398532_You%20are%20here you have to vary the sty= parameter sty=o - birdeye perspective sty=c - doesent work see documentation here


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You might want to try MapMyFitness


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try node.js . add a node GEOIP plugin to recieve client's Latitude+Longitude (see node-geoip description, maxdata demo: www.maxmind.com/app/lookup_city?type=geolite). data can be used on bing, or googlemaps. use jquery for frontend animation.


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Unless I'm misunderstanding the blog they are not doing away with the feature. I seem to recall map view menu having the following items: Satellite - old fuzzy satellite images Bird's Eye - new, closer, higher resolution satellite images Aerial - beautiful images taken by airplane. Not all areas included Aerial and some only included a single pass by ...


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http://www.upmystreet.com/ might be useful Find house prices & trends, schools, crime rates, local businesses, home advice & more on UpMyStreet.


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Check out http://foursquare.com/apps/ It has links to the documentation



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