NASCAR fans attending races around the US this season will want to check out this next Google Maps mashup. MapRaceWeek is a Google Maps powered resource for you to find and rate places in and around NASCAR race sites. Heading out to the Talladega Superspeedway on April 29th? Use MapRaceWeek to find places to stay and eat, then get directions or create your own map. [Via ProgrammableWeb]
Ace Hardware Store Locator
Retailers take note - here is a great example of a Google Maps store finder integrated into an existing website. Search stores by city, state or zip code or only show stores with specific services. The user interface controls have also been customized (zoom, map views etc..) and the infowindows that contain information about each store have been well designed. All of this gives this store finder app a unique feel to only this store. Great work!
- Southern California Earthquake Map - Here is a Google Maps mashup displaying real time earthquake data from a seismic network in Southern California . It also dynamically load/unloads XML files of regional faults in the area. Useful for looking at earthquake distributions around active fault zones. The mashup was created at The Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics at Scripps Institution of Oceanography by Rob Newman.
- 2007 Louisville Kentucky Homicide Map - The Courier Journal newspaper has established this Google Maps mashup to display incidents that have taken place so far this year, as well as past years (03-06)
- A Craigslist Car Parts Google Maps Mashup - Looking for used car parts? Look no further than this Google Maps mashup to help you sift through listings on Craigslist.
- Unique Real Estate Mashup: Traffic Count - The Atlanta Commercial Real Estate Forum has used Google Maps to show retailers and commercial real estate pros the traffic count for the street where a specific property is located.
- South Central LA Graffiti Map - A CommunityWalk.com powered
- Houston Crime Maps [Via ProgrammableWeb]
- New Hampshire Physician Affiliations [Via ProgrammableWeb]