Host a Pushpin Map or a Comments Log for your Group
(Or you can access your existing Group's map or log)
[small print: To create a new map or comments log you must have a Google account or Signin here when asked. But to use an existing map or log, no Signin is required.]
Enter the name for your map group here
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any spaces and other unusual characters.
Enter the name for your comments group here
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For example you may wish to make a new map or log page but are not an
official google account owner ("a user") and you did not
become a user when the offer was made; or you may only
be trying to access an existing map or comments page, but you entered
the name of the group inaccurately.
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Below is a list of existing Interstate highway maps and logs for you to
explore in the same way you would explore "Playground" above. The difference
is that these examples could actually be useful some day. The list shows
only one city and one direction for that city, but the other direction and
other cities are covered and interconnected, as you can experience. This is an experimental system
which you can add to by "adopting an Interstate" and creating similar maps and
logs. I suggest that you contact me first, though, because there are some
hidden facilities which make the creation process a little easier.
behind these Interstate maps and logs is to help road warriors communicate
when unexpected events occur on Interstates, and maybe to avoid some delays.
Google maps already has a nice "traffic" feature, and maybe this grass roots
approach will extend Google traffic maps. I would really like feedback on
this Interstate idea and suggestions for how to publicize it if it makes
sense. For now it is focused on the Interstates that intersect in Atlanta,