How to Track UPS Packages With Google Maps


Google Maps integration allows for the representation of geographic data in an easy to use and navigate form. Services such as Package Mapping automatically integrate tracking data for packages within any of the major carriers into Google Maps in an easily readable form. They can also be used to provide you with automatic updates about your package's location and condition.

  • Open Package Mapping website in your web browser. Enter your package number in the appropriate dialog and click "Track and Map!".

  • Scroll through the left panel for detailed information on your package, its destination, and its ETA.

  • Locate the map in the right panel. Your package's start location will be represented by a green marker, its stops by yellow markers, and its current location by a package icon. At the bottom of the map, you will see a measurement of the average speed that your package has traveled since leaving its point of origin.

  • Click on the "Email Delivery Notification" in the left panel. Fill out the details on the next form to subscribe to email updates on your package's progress.

  • Click on the Google Earth icon in the left panel to download the map data to your computer for offline access through Google Earth. Note that this requires Google Earth to be installed.

  • Select the "RSS" icon in the left panel to subscribe to an RSS feed of your package's progress. Note that this requires a RSS feed reader.

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