The goals are to complete the appropriate tags for the sidewalk features while creating a complete pedestrian network. Right now let's first focus on Transit Centers.Created by chaemassey - Updated - Priority: low
This area was hit with major flooding, I observed these floods using DigitalGlobe post event imagery. Let's map these neighborhoods and buildings, they are under water right now. Slightly bigger tiles, feel free to split.Created by @kevin_bullock - Updated - Priority: urgent
The Arkema chemical plant is flooded and there are reported explosions. This area is downstream of the Lake Houston dam and susceptible to flooding. Let's map the homes, buildings and infrastructure. https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/aug/31/explosions-flooded-texas-chemical-plant-arkema-crosbyCreated by @kevin_bullock - Updated - Priority: urgent
This area is under 9 feet of water and is a major medical concern due to surrounding petroleum infrastructure. Let's map homes, buildings and infrastructure.Created by @kevin_bullock - Updated - Priority: urgent
Map homes, structures and roads in Dickinson TX, one of the hardest hit areas in the Houston area.Created by @kevin_bullock - Updated - Priority: urgent
Please follow the TIGER clean up guidance to clean up and fix the roads in the Hurricane Harvey Affected Area.Created by dkunce - Updated - Priority: high
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.Created by gappleto97 - Updated - Priority: medium
Tracing the missing buildings in JacksonvilleCreated by saikabhi - Updated - Priority: medium
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