The WWTL presents you with videos, photographs, and factual trivia about major Peruvian highways. These are pivotal features that Google Maps and Microsoft Bing simply cannot provide.
San José, CA (PRWEB) March 11, 2011
The Worldwide Transportation Library (WWTL, http://wwtl.info) today announces its intent to study the roads of Perú. Next month, the WWTL will visit the South America country to explore selected roadways beginning at the Pacific coast and leading to the Andes Mountains. As part of this study, photographs and videos will be taken on-site at the Peruvian capital of Lima, as well as the Andean cities of Cusco and Ollantaytambo.
All content captured from this visit will be exclusively shared on the WWTL website. Accompanying each photograph entry will be contextual data including GPS coordinates, distance charts, and factual trivia intended to engage travelers about local road conditions and cultural landmarks from all elevations. All captures will be made available at the end of April.
"If you ever plan to visit Perú, odds are you will roam the boulevards of Lima and eventually transition onto highways destined for Machu Picchu," states Carl Rogers, owner of the Worldwide Transportation Library. "The goal of the WWTL is to familiarise you with the roadways of Perú, so you know what to expect in midst of your travels. By presenting you with videos, photographs, and factual trivia about major Peruvian highways, you'll become immersed in what to expect during transit. These are pivotal features that Google Maps and Microsoft Bing simply can't provide in their non-contextual platforms."
With five continents worth of railroad and highway captures, the WWTL caters to tourists who map their own travels. It also serves as a web-resource for viatology (i.e., the scientific study of roads). The WWTL touts a large library of photographs, videos, and 360-degree panoramic views from the world. As a global supplier of media, the WWTL also offers translations in French, German, Italian, and Spanish.
In its previous studies from Latin America, the WWTL garnered recognition from mainstream international media including Colombian news agency 'La Nota': http://lanota.com/index.php/CONFIDENCIAS/WWTL-investigara-las-carreteras-de-Costa-Rica.html
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