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Track your shipments on a google mapInternet
There's a great site called Package Mapper that lets you enter your FedEx, UPS, or USPS tracking number, and then shows you where the package is on a Google Map, with markers for each place it stopped. As if tracking packages weren't fun enough already! And if you think that last statement was sarcastic, it really wasn't.

(Via Google Blogoscoped)

Update: The page has been forced to stop providing UPS tracking as the service they were using no longer offers that and UPS is not being very cooperative. As mentioned on the page: "This site was inspired by, and originally used their RSS feeds. These feeds no longer contain enough information to make a map. The other possible source for UPS tracking information is UPS itself. UPS informed me on January 18 that 'UPS has reviewed your application and has made a decision not to authorize you at this time.' If anyone knows anyone at UPS and cares to lobby on my behalf, I'll add UPS back when I'm authorized to."

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  • UPS Tracking with Google Maps
    Posted by: Anonymous on Mar 8th, 2006 | 10:33am

    To track UPS packages with Google Maps, go to

    • [Untitled]
      Posted by: dave on Mar 8th, 2006 | 10:52am

      I am curious to anonymous, what the benefits of using rrharmon's site is, compared to packagemapper - which has more functionality and better branding?

      • [Untitled]
        Posted by: dave on Mar 8th, 2006 | 11:30am

        [Comment Removed: Dave is a fucking idiot]

        • [Untitled]
          Posted by: niraj on Mar 8th, 2006 | 12:48pm

          Haha...I'm not even going to remove this comment because it's so fantastic. And thanks for the UPS tracking tip, anonymous.

        • [Untitled]
          Posted by: dave on Mar 8th, 2006 | 12:55pm

          It's not my fault that burnsy's site desciption is outdated.

          • Update!
            Posted by: niraj on Mar 8th, 2006 | 01:03pm

            Actually, that is weird. I could swear I had put an update on here. Oh well, here's one now.

          • UPS Tracking with Google Maps
            Posted by: Anonymous on Mar 14th, 2006 | 11:35am

            In response to Dave's question: The benefit is it actually works at I am not able to track ups packages with Google Maps via, are you? I would like to add the functionality to track FedEx, USPS and DHL, however, I have not yet found a way. If anyone knows how, please let me know by dropping me a line at

            • [Untitled]
              Posted by: niraj on Mar 14th, 2006 | 04:07pm

              I think dave realized after posting his comment. That second "[Comment Removed]" was posted by him :)

              And to answer 1/3 of your question, USPS provides tracking APIs here:

              • USPS with Google Maps
                Posted by: Anonymous on Mar 16th, 2006 | 01:14am

                Thank you Niraj. I will begin working on implimenting USPS to =)

                • Re: Package Tracking with Google Maps
                  Posted by: niraj on Jun 21st, 2006 | 09:36am

                  Very cool, thanks for the update!

                  • Package Tracking with Google Maps
                    Posted by: Anonymous on Jun 22nd, 2006 | 12:13pm

                    With, you can now track UPS, USPS, FedEx and DHL packages with Google Maps.

                      Posted by: packagemapping on Aug 8th, 2006 | 10:28am

             is now Features include: Track UPS, USPS, FedEx, DHL with Google Maps and RSS. Store up to 10 tracking numbers. Ability to put it on your own website! Check it out!

                      • [Untitled]
                        Posted by: niraj on Aug 8th, 2006 | 11:41am

                        The interface is very slick...particularly the version without frames.

                        I'm surprised there is more information available than UPS shows on their website. I'm curious, did you have to pay to use their API?

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