Google Street View Now Shows Changes Over Time

Google Street View Now Shows Changes Over Time

Google Maps has made it available for users to view archived Street View images. Angie Schmitt, from Streetsblog, pointed out that this capability “means it’s easier than ever to show what streets looked like before and after a redesign.” This strategy can help us view the White Flint District in a different light. As the redevelopment continues, we will be able to see even more changes across the district. You can also add your own photos to make sure the view is up-to-date, which is a great feature as well.

Below you can find images of intersections in the White Flint district and how they used to look.

Mid Pike Plaza-2009

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Mid-Pike Plaza- 2012 – just wait until the next version with Pike & Rose towering in the background.

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Woodglen Drive– 2008

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Woodglen Drive- 2012

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Rebecca Hertz


Rebecca Hertz is the Assistant Executive Director of Friends of White Flint. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in International Development and Social Change from Clark University, Worcester Massachusetts in 2012. She completed her Master’s Degree from Clark University, as well, in Community Development and Planning in 2013. She is interested in how built environments impact the health and growth of communities. Prior to this role, she worked as a youth worker and mentor for several non-profit organizations in Maryland and Massachusetts. She grew up in Rockville, MD and has recently moved back to the region.

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