MOST POPULOUS U.S. CITIES TO STILL HAVE NO STREETS IN GOOGLE STREET VIEW (SEPTEMBER 2009 EDITION)
In September 2008, this list appeared, the most populous U.S. cities to still have no streets in Google Street View (TM). Since then (based on September 5, 2009 info), 9 of the 10 cities on that list have had streets added to Street View (only Honolulu hasn't, as none of Hawaii is yet covered).
All of the cities are either in the Northeast, Hawaii or Iowa. Pennsylvania, especially, has a lot of cities completely missing (with many which are largely lacking, as Allentown, Pennsylvania and Battle Creek, Michigan each have only one street and a freeway within Street View). All cities below are based strictly on city limits (in the case of a few of these places, there are streets in Street View in the outskirts, such as with Trenton or Wilkes-Barre, but none within city limits).
1. Honolulu, Hawaii
2. Trenton, New Jersey
3. Sioux City, Iowa*
4. Reading, Pennsylvania
5. Bethlehem, Pennsylvania*
6. Utica, New York*
7. Lancaster, Pennsylvania
8. Levittown, Pennsylvania
9. Altoona, Pennsylvania
10. Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
* Images along an Interstate Highway are available within the city limits in Street View, but not city streets.
Data Source for Population: U.S. Census estimates for July 1, 2008. (Except Levittown, which is from 2000.)
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