[Talk-us] People For Bikes Connectivity Tool

Harald Kliems kliems at gmail.com
Thu Apr 6 23:20:06 UTC 2017

I've been in touch with Spencer about updating data in Madison, WI. I'm a
longtime OSMer and vice president of a local bike advocacy group, Madison
Bikes. In both those capacities I'm really excited about this project. We
have a supportive Metropolitan Planning Organization with good data, and I
think we'll be able to mobilize a bunch of bike folks with great local
knowledge for a successful mapathon. We're trying to document the whole
process so that other communities can follow the model. I think having the
support of an existing local OSM community, or at least a handful of local
powermappers is pretty important for projects such as these to succeed.

 Harald (hobbesvsboyle)

On Thu, Apr 6, 2017 at 6:11 PM Clifford Snow <clifford at snowandsnow.us>

> On Thu, Apr 6, 2017 at 1:01 PM, Spencer Gardner <spencergardner at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> People for Bikes has been encouraging cities to make sure their bike
> networks are up-to-date in OSM so you may see some activity in your
> respective cities. We have produced some training materials to introduce
> users to tagging bicycle facilities in OSM (and referring them to LearnOSM
> for more general training).
> Spencer,
> What cities have shown interest into updating OSM? There may be local
> mappers that would be interested in help the city add to OSM.
> On another thread, do you plan to submit a presentation to this year's
> SOTM-US conference?
> Thanks,
> Clifford
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