How to Find A Halfway Point Between Two Locations

by eHow Contributor ; Updated September 28, 2017

Items you will need

  • Computer

  • The addresses of the parties involved

Need to meet up with a friend who lives in another area? Need to meet a client halfway between your office and theirs? Use these simple steps to find a halfway point between two locations.

Get the address of the person you would like to meet (street, city, state or street, zip code) **If you are not sure of the exact address, pull up the address of a school or other major building close by to use in your search.

Determine where you would like to meet - a coffee shop, a sushi restaurant, a park, a movie theater...
*If you are planning a road trip, use a hotel! If you need to have a larger meeting, use conference space.

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Go to www.meetways.com and type in both addresses and the point of interest you decided on in step 2.

Send the address to the person(s) you are meeting and enjoy!

Tip

  • If wwww.meetways.com is having trouble finding your address, use the address of a large building nearby. Great way to save time and money when meeting a friend or colleague! Use it to plan playdates, meetings with friends, business meetings, blind dates, and road trips.

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