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Hardly the end of the world...

Posted by Amaroussi on 21 December 2012 in English (English)

London lighting data

Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jaggers/8293753440 (Flickr)

We are 100% certain that today is NOT the end of the world: certainly not when 99% of all trunk roads within the M25 now have lighting data. To make it even better, the Southall and Mildmay areas have a lot more detail than when I first joined OpenStreetMap in late-October.

Here are a summary of improvements:

London

99% of the trunk roads and motorways within the M25 London have street light data. The next phase of this project is to extend such data to 99% of primary, secondary and tertiary roads. These roads are all-purpose, meaning that cyclists and pedestrians will use it.

Southall

Not celebrating Christmas does not imply that we can't improve Southall during that time: so far, we have added street light data, previously uncovered alleyways and tracks, footpaths and cycleways (particularly with car parks and recreational parks). We have also marked out tertiary roads, places of interest, businesses and key places of worship for the Sikh and Hindu community.

Mildmay

So far, we have added street light data, traffic calming information. We also marked out previously uncovered footpaths, tertiary roads, and added many businesses and points of interest. We also added all the bus routes around the area.

Location: Lampton, Hounslow, London, Greater London, England, United Kingdom

Comment from Tom Chance on 21 December 2012 at 10:43

This is great work, well done!

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Comment from robert on 21 December 2012 at 10:53

This post made my morning.

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