In MapBrowser you can choose to display a transparent road map over the Vertical imagery base layer.
To view the street map as a base layer in itself, rather than a transparent overlay, select Roadmaps View.
Turn on Road Overlays
To view road overlays:
In MapBrowser go to your location of interest.
Make sure you have either Vertical or Terrain selected as your base layer.
- Turn on roads overlay by either:
checking the Roads Overlay box in the Data Layers panel,
- or selecting Roads Overlay from the hamburger menu.
The Roads Overlay appears as a transparent layer above the selected base layer (Vertical or Terrain). You can use the Background slider in the Data Layer panel to adjust the contrast.
Can I view Roads Overlay on top of imagery other than Nearmap Vertical? —
Yes. You can also switch on Roads Overlay with either Nearmap Vertical imagery or Terrain as the base layer in MapBrowser.
Does having Roads Overlay turned on affect my data usage? —
No. There is no difference to your 2D usage whether Roads Overlay is on or off. The same usage rules apply. Find out more in About Data Usage.