Clean up historical features from a previous import which are no longer correct.Created by OpenBrian - Updated - Priority: medium
This task uses Island County GIS data as a background to align road, update name, and add new roads.Created by Glassman - Updated - Priority: medium
This project is to try and outline the buildings in this semi-rural area. The hope is that once this initial effort is put forward, the city and township governments will be more willing to provide data themselves.
Esri imaging is recommended. It's the highest local resolution, and seems to have the least offset, even if it's not as up-to-date.Created by gappleto97 - Updated - Priority: medium
Tracing the missing buildings in JacksonvilleCreated by saikabhi - Updated - Priority: medium
Update all-way stops and traffic signals for intersections in Madison, WICreated by spencerrecneps - Updated - Priority: low
Update all pedestrian crossing islands in Madison, WICreated by spencerrecneps - Updated - Priority: low
Update off-street paths and trails for Madison, WICreated by spencerrecneps - Updated - Priority: low
Update all bike lanes for Madison, WICreated by spencerrecneps - Updated - Priority: low
This project is to upload buildings with addresses for Dakota County, MN. Buildings have been tagged with address and other building information.Created by DCJoeS - Updated - Priority: medium
Tracing the missing buildings in MinneapolisCreated by saikabhi - Updated - Priority: medium
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