Denver street level available on Google Maps

From the Rocky Mountain News, 30 May 2007:

"Think Google Maps are cool? Well, they just got a bit more cool.

Google launched a new feature on its mapping service Tuesday that allows users looking at maps in Denver, San Francisco, New York, Las Vegas and Miami to drill down to the street level.

Other cities are set to roll out later, John Hanke, director of Google Maps and Google Earth, said in a session at the Where 2.0 Conference here as reported by

Users will easily note those cities featuring the new technology by a button on the maps page. Clicking on it will bring up a window with the traditional directional arrows. The new rollout allows users to see bus stops, street signs and other major details."

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