OpenStreetMap US

Critigen’s OSM team developed the Map Quality Measurement (MQM) process to rate and rank the quality of OSM data in cities throughout the USA. In 2019 we analyzed roads data for 51 major US cities and published our findings on Building off this work are using the MQM process to analyze trends in road data from 2018 - 2021 in a select number of cities. Which city’s data has improved the most and which have gotten worse? Where in the city are the most errors concentrated? Which features are most affected? Our team will answer these questions plus more at Mapping USA 2021.


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Mapping Community Connections: Hudson Valley Mappers' Work in Poughkeepsie

May 21, 2021 · Benjamin Bachman

Hudson Valley Mappers (HVM) is a local chapter of YouthMappers, a project of the USAID GeoCenter. HVM is based at Vassar College, and most of our projects focus on mapping in our...