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We have encountered the same issue with a slightly different URL that we use to show directions between a number of locations. This URL is now broken with or without descriptions: http://www.maps.google.com?q=52.445365,0.619076+(Description1)+to:52.627721,1.282156+(Description2)+to:52.053842,1.146522+(Description3) It seems you can do the same thing ...


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Export your own map: Click the map menu button in the left panel. Select Export as KML. Export the data of a map shared with you (i.e. you don't have permission to edit it): In the legend, click the share button . Select Download KML. Source: My Maps Help - Export a map


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If you hover over the directions box (top-left) on the map, you will see that it tells you the estimated time for leaving now. If you click on the "Leave Now" part, you can change the departure or arrival time. When you do, you will see the estimated time update to take into account known traffic flows for that date/time. That's as good as it gets since ...


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One approach I have used is to create the new map in one browser window (Sign in and click in the search bar: doing this shows a My Maps link - clicking this gives a Create link. Clicking this opens a new personal map editing window.) And use street-view in another browser tab. This is tedious, because you have to locate particular spots on one, and ...


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To create a new map is it necassary to login with your personal google account and BEFORE any search you can see the menu where you can find your maps and create new ones


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It is likely that the area does not support this method of navigation in Google Maps. Looking at the location you mention Google Maps is reporting that "Cycling is not available". You could try out OpenCycleMaps powered by OpenStreetMaps


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Google has made it clear that they will be completely phasing out the “Classic” Google Maps soon (Q2 2015). The vast majority of feedback has been negative towards the new Maps (I have yet to see a single positive comment), but per their history (and company policy?), they have no intention of listening to user feedback, so all methods of accessing the old ...


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Agree. Google Map Maker is a great tool for writing map notes online using the web browser. If you also want to write map notes on mobile phones/tablets when you do not have an Internet connection, think the Appxis mobile app (www.appxis.com) is a great help as it allows users to download offline maps of any place in the world and write map notes easily on ...


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The simplest way would be to just share a link. There are great instructions for this available here: https://support.google.com/maps/answer/144361 Share the map Whether you’ve found a cool spot or have helpful directions, you can share your map with others over email, Google+, Facebook, Twitter, or text. Open Google Maps. Make a map ...



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