[OSM-talk] talk Digest, Vol 78, Issue 79

Nathan Edgars II neroute2 at gmail.com
Mon Feb 21 20:40:28 GMT 2011

Hillsman, Edward wrote:
> But I'm starting to regret mentioning crime in my earlier post. The point
> I was trying to make focused on the physical environment, and the fact
> that a lot of suburbia in the US is not conducive to walking. In addition,
> its design and heavy levels of car traffic make some areas unsafe for
> walking. I think this makes suburbia harder to map than older, gridded
> areas. I've mapped in both. I live in a suburban setting (because it's
> close to where I work), but I much prefer to map in areas that are safer
> to walk around in.
Unsafe driving is another type of crime, unfortunately one that is more
acceptable in society.

Hillsman, Edward wrote:
> I've also managed imports of bus stops into several cities where almost
> none had been mapped (after trying to contact everyone who had mapped any
> of them).
Do you know if Florida law makes bus stop data public domain? I contacted
Lynx (Orlando area) about importing their data but got no response.
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