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||12pt Dynamic Map Label|
The red, yellow, and green bicycle condition markers shown on this map are based on field reports submitted by local bicyclists. These will be used along
with pavement width, shoulder width, and traffic volume information to develop a Bicycling Map. If you want
to help in this effort, please contact the
Rochester Cycling Alliance.
The User Reported Bicycling Conditions
can be toggled on/off by clicking on the 'Hide' and 'Show' links to the right.
Anyone may add to this Map by Right Clicking and following directions. All entries may be deleted for 1 hour.
The Labels added to this map by Users may be toggled On and Off using the first checkbox under the Key to Map Layers.
The Database where these Labels are stored may be viewed and downloaded using the Database button on the Toolbar.
These Layers (partial list) May be toggled on and off to the right:
Labels and Icons added by Users - Any user may add to this Layer, and download if they wish.
Community Edited Layer at maps.google.com - Any user may edit this Layer, and download if they wish.
Public Data Layers* - Based on various public data sources. Available for derivative mapping.
Google Maps Layers** - Proprietary. Not available for derivative mapping.
|This Application makes it easy to create maps, collaboratively, over the web. Users can add permalinked Google Maps markers and edit a separate collaborative layer at maps.google.com. Many many custom layers of various types can be viewed. These are linked to twitter, to each other, to the web, and to the map. The entire database can be easily downloaded and saved.
- Easy to Add Data Points.
- Photographs and Comments can be Included.
- Links to Facebook and Twitter.
- Many other useful features.
- Right Click on the Map
- Left Click Generic Marker that Appears
- Fill in Title, Comment, Name
- Select Iconic Label from Drop-Down List, or
- Select Dynamic Map Label creates Label.
|Functions of Iconic/Dynamic Map Labels Below|
|Zoom to Location
|| ||Directions to Location |
|Upload (or Replace) Photo
||Post to Facebook|
|Post to Twitter