OpenStreetMap US

Cities throughout the world are redesigning streets to better accommodate activity and transportation outside of a private automobile, sometimes referred to as “people-first” streets. This includes adding park space, wider sidewalks, bike/transit lanes, safer intersections, and amenities like trees and benches. To help advocate for people-first streets, we are contributing this data and plan to produce people-first street ratings based on the quality of the street layout and amenities.


Next up in State of the Map US

Previous talk

Mapping the Tracks: Promoting OpenStreetMap at the World's Largest Miniature Railroad

Jun 7, 2024 · Nancy Devine and Harrison Devine

A case study in using OpenStreetMap data to replace proprietary geographic information for a small organization. We will cover introducing OSM to leaders and integrating the data into the organization. The ultimate...