OpenStreetMap US

Last year, BetaNYC launched Mapping for Equity on OpenStreetMap, training CUNY students to map public amenities on OpenStreetMap for more equitable NYC spaces. This year, we’re unveiling new project iterations. We’ve integrated Mapillary to enhance pedestrian data and we have completed our initial boundary of North Brooklyn! Come learn about our comprehensive public space data playbook we continue to build that empowers community organizations and individuals to collect and analyze public realm data.

Next up in State of the Map US

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Rebuilding Stamen's iconic map styles with Stadia Maps

Jun 8, 2024 · Alan McConchie

A decade ago, Stamen Design launched the Toner, Terrain, and Watercolor map styles built on OpenStreetMap data, which soon became an essential part of the open source mapping ecosystem. Last year we...