43 PlacesMeet the New and Improved MapQuest [SCREENSHOTS]Say hello to the new MapQuest: it's faster, cleaner, and completely redesigned and rebuilt from the ground-up. MapQuest, acquired by AOL in 2000, has long been a staple of the web, bringing online mapping and direction tools to the web in 1996. While it's still one of the web's most visited websites, it has fallen by the wayside in recent years due to the rise of Google Maps. Features such as Street View, integration with Google Search, and the company's algorithmic approach to directions made Google Maps larger and more relevant than its much older rival. AOL and MapQuest hope to change that with what can only be described as a complete overhaul of the website. There's a new design, a new logo, and a new direction and image for the world's second largest mapping website.
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