As good as Google Maps is, it is not foolproof. New places and roads are popping up all the time and are sometimes overlooked. You can help Google Maps and the community by drawing the missing roads yourself.
Like add a missing place Anyone can draw the missing roads on the map, but that does not mean they will be accepted. Google will verify that your addition is correct before making it public. Let us begin.
You can add a place using a web browser on your Windows PC, Mac, and Linux computer. Go to google maps website to start.
Click on the hamburger menu icon in the search box.
Select “Edit the map” in the side bar.
Then select “Add or fix a road”.
Use your mouse to move the map and click “Add a road” when you have found the place.
First, enter the name of the missing road and select the road type.
Then click along the path to draw the road. When you’re done, select “Review and Submit.”
Select “Submit” to confirm your addition.
That’s all about it! Google is rightly very protector of your map data , so don’t be surprised if your addition is rejected. Don’t try to add roads in any way.