[Talk-in] Fwd: Roads in India: How complete is OpenStreetMap ?
naveenpf at gmail.com
Mon Nov 23 06:53:26 UTC 2015
NH is about 1,00,087 Kms ; may be we have mapped 90-95%
SH is less than 2,00,000 Kms, we would have mapped 60-70%.
Total road length is about 10,00,000 kms.
States which have decently mapped NH and SH can move next level.
Major District Road or Urban Roads [owned by Corporations or
For example in Kerala we have decently mapped NH and SH.
Once SH mapping is reached 90% we have to move to MDR.
Because more data on MDR is available than urban roads.
On 23 November 2015 at 07:03, Yogesh योगि <yogesh at karnatakaeducation.org.in>
> Hi Naveen,
> Blog from Mikel shows that in India only 21% of roads are mapped. [ref:
>> CIA factbook ]
>> Is there any further analysis by states or type of road ?
> The India:Roads OSM wiki page has some status on the percentage of SH
> roads mapped and other details, although I couldn't see much recent updates
> on individual State pages except in Karnataka and Kerala State pages.
> From the wiki page, it looks like much of the Haryana, Karnataka,
> Maharastra and Rajasthan State Highways are completed. But it may
> also be the case that other States' SH might have been done but not updated
> on the OSM wiki page.
> Yogesh K S
> Sent from an Electronic Device
> Talk-in mailing list
> Talk-in at openstreetmap.org
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the Talk-in