The MapFruition Geocoder lets you transform addresses and place names into geographic coordinates (112 East 11th Street, 78701 -> 30.274659, -97.740265 or Texas State Capitol -> 30.274659, -97.740265). Our reverse geocoder lets you reverse this transformation, turning a geographic coordinate pair into a meaningful address and/or place name (30.274659, -97.740265 -> 112 East 11th Street, Austin, TX 78701). Feel free to display results on any map or store results forever thanks to our multiple open data sources. And because we love mapping, all valid results are returned in GeoJSON format. Data coverage includes the Contiguous US, Alaska, Hawaii, Mexico, and Canada.
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