|Pyrénées-Orientales, Languedoc-Roussillon, France|
|Latitude : 42.55, longitude : 2.4.|
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This is the page where there is a bit of coordination of creating a map of Pyrénées-Orientales. Pyrénées-Orientales is situated in the South-East France, bordering Andorra and Spain. There is also a Spanish colony, called Llivia in in the southwest of this departement. It has some important transport links like the A9 motorway connecting Lyon and Montpellier to Spain, the trainline Montpellier-Narbonne-Perpignan-Barcelona, the trainline Toulouse-La Tour de Carol-Barcelone. And one of the two roads leading to Andorra are originating from this Departement.
How to contribute
If you are not a computer wizard and still want to help out with some flaws in the map, please go to openstreetbugs.org. If you would like to be updated about the report you made please add some contact details. Common flaws at the moment are wrong/ missing oneway streets, incorrect/missing names, missing Catalan names. If you have a GPS please add your GPS traces, there are always useful. If you have time on your hand and brave enough to risk a addiction please read the Beginners' Guide.
- Make sure every little village has it own place=village
- Adding every Catalan name of every street with a Catalan name. Same for place with a Catalan name
- Translate this page in French and Catalan.
- Add more POIs like restaurants, cafes and fuel stations to the map.
There is a beta version now available of the map of Pyrénées-Orientales / Catalogne Nord / Catalunya Nord at http://carto.110mb.com. Data is up to date to Thursday 18 september 2008.
Much of the roads in Pyrenees-Orientales were derived from the Cadastre information, Prades, Ria-Sirach, some of Ceret, Les Cluses and Maureillas-les-Illas (both unfinished) were done by GPS. The routes on areas which are not covered by the Cadastre are done aswell with GPS traces. Every city which was in vector format has been derived. Information missing in the Cadastre are oneway restrictions and there are some wrong street names. If you see one please change or add a ticket on openstreetbugs.org. Also there is still some information left on the cadastre maps which can be used like address data and