Vast portions of the city are still immersed in rubble. On a car ride a local was telling me the government is charging approx $2,500 per home to remove the rubble, so the occupants are putting it out on the street. The rubble is removed at no cost to the resident, but has resulted in massive piles of rubble in the streets.
I'm in Haiti volunteering with the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team, training locals how to create maps with OpenStreetMap. If you aren't familiar with it, it's a wikipedia-style map of the world where anyone can edit it. It was heavily used immediately after the earthquake as a way to adapt the map to changing conditions, and is being used by several groups during the reconstruction.