I've been adding housenumbers to my area:
This is a breeze with walking papers, josm and the terracer tool.
Every day I cycle by the Navteq Europe B.V building.
This never hit me untill I saw two 'Powered by Navteq' cars coming out of the parking lot.
So I decided to tag it, oh the beautiful irony ;)
Today I added all buildings from Bing to my neighbourhood:
Still lots left to do before Hoogstraten is bingified :)
Great things come from Microsoft :)
Slow but steady:
Too bad it's no substitute for real mapping, but it sure helps a lot with the details!
Woohoow, the middle 'hump' of Antwerp is starting to look good in an overview:
The roads are almost covered in Meer/Meerle/Meersel-Dreef, but still lots more detail to add.
I've bought a brand new Garmin Dakota 20, so expect some improvements in the Meerle region (Belgium) ;)
I think I've done almost all roads and tracks that are within cycling range of my home. Still bits and pieces left to do, but the main part is done. From now on I'll be taking my GPS with me when I go somewhere and even take a detour, but all will be roads I can go on with my car, no small tracks anymore for me I guess...
I've started mapping Neerpelt, in the northeastern corner of Belgium, still lots of road to cover though...