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From Richard Russell, who says he "worked on Google Maps Data partnerships" Like in similar products, Google maps ETAs are based on a variety of things, depending on the data available in a particular area. These things range from official speed limits and recommended speeds, likely speeds derived from road types, historical average speed data over ...


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Yes on bing maps you can add shapes like polygons to the map. It also seems you have been looking at the wrong Bing page. www.bing.com/maps/shapes This link tells you how to add polygons. On Bing the only way to do it is to edit some code but that page fully explains it!!! Example: [in XAML] use this to make a triangle. <Window ...


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I also have English OS, Firefox using English locale, and I am in the US. So to force me to use Japanese map service, I went to www.bing.co.jp (same as I do for Google when I explicitly want Japanese results), the select Maps from the top menu. Since you are in Japan, Bing might be sending you there by default. Then I entered "10 Downing Street, London" as ...



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