by November 9, 2008 at 7:57 am 1,362 0

Google's Street View tool finally includes Washington, DC. (Image courtesy of Greater Greater Washington.)


One of the coolest features of Google Maps is its Street View tool–especially if you can use it locally. Well, we finally got it here. Now you can use it for Borderstan, too! From Greater Greater Washington:

Google Maps has finally launched Street View for DC. While the blog announcement features examples all from the federal portion of the city, it has almost all streets in DC, Arlington, and Alexandria, with heavy coverage east to Bowie and then to Annapolis, and south from Alexandria to Springfield and Fort Belvoir. MoCo has just the main roads. Baltimore also launched today, with most roads inside their beltway covered.

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