OpenStreetMap US

Using the visitor information handouts at Acadia National Park as a case study, this session will illustrate a cartographic design process that simultaneously builds value for OSM and the the Park Service. Attendees will get an insider’s view into my approach to micro-mapping, developing wayfinding solutions, and balancing the needs of the OSM community and users with the needs of park visitors utilizing the traditional printed map.

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Effective route risk mitigation hinges on understanding possible hazards, threats, and regulatory restrictions. While risk mitigation to the shipment is primarily concerned with shipment security, government regulations limit the routes for specific...