OpenStreetMap US leverages the expansive pedestrian data from OSM to create a routable network tailored for pedestrians. The adoption of the OpenSidewalks schema makes the data even more valuable, enabling applications like AccessMap and others to offer pedestrians highly useful and customized accessible routes. The application specifically considers accessibility features such as inclines, crossings and curb ramps, making it an unparalleled trip information tool for individuals using mobility aids.


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