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
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
Improve coverage of points of interest in the South Bay using Mapillary imagery.Created by 3vivekb - Updated - Priority: low
Import building outlines donated by Microsoft to help with Irma Recover Efforts.Created by Glassman - Updated - Priority: medium
Mapping turn Lanes on highways secondary and up in JacksonvilleCreated by RichRico - Updated - Priority: medium
Esta tarea tiene como objetivo mapear carreteras y comunidades que faltan en el Perú. Actualmente hay muchas comunidades y carreteras que no están en un mapa. Utilizando imágenes satelitales podemos contribuir a esta gran causa y agregar las comunidades como en el ejemplo
Clean up historical features from a previous import which are no longer correct.Created by OpenBrian - Updated - Priority: medium
Adding traffic data using Mapillary imagery to MinneapolisCreated by Rub21 - Updated - Priority: medium
Cleaning up Road Network (aka TIGER Fixup)Created by russdeffner - Updated - Priority: low
Update off-street paths and trails for Madison, WICreated by spencerrecneps - Updated - Priority: low
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