|Afghanistan, Southern Asia|
|Latitude: 34.1, Longitude: 66.6|
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Afghanistan is a country in Southern Asia at latitude 34° 6′ 0″ North, longitude 66° 36′ 0″ East.
|OpenStreetMap images (and underlying map data) are freely available under the OpenStreetMap License.|
This page contains information relating to mapping activity that is specific to Afghanistan. Any guides or conventions on this page can be discusses on the discussion page, feel free to comment or help (mapping your area, taggin streets or correcting this page).
Need help of locals here!
- 27.11.08: Mazar-e Sharif-Kunduz-Kandahar-Herat Ringroad completed (not really complete but all gaps are closed)
- Affiliate all big cities to the Afghanistan road network
If you have a goal that you are working towards or one that you would like to see get done (and are maybe willing to get the ball rolling) then add it to the list here, create a section where it can be coordinated and tracked, and a way of measuring progress.
How to participate?
If you have a GPS device:
- upload your tracks and edit them :)
If you haven't any GPS but are still willing to contribute you can participate in many ways:
- you can enhance this wiki page :)
- you can inventoriate and tagg, using Potlatch with Yahoo imagery or using JOSM with Yahoo or Landsat imagery.
- you can take contact with some public surveying institutions and ask them about the licencing of their data. Is there any of their geodata that are compatible with the OpenStreetMap opencontent licence?
- You can start mapping bus road or train tracks (using relations) - perhaps take contact with the main coach to ask about their road and their stop?
|city||population||main roads||residential streets||further details||notes|
|Kabul||3 000 000||yes||yes||yes|
|Mazari Sharif||300 600||yes||yes||no|
|Puli Khumri||180 800||one||no||no|
|Sar-e Pol||136 000||one||no||no|
- Wikipedia - List of places in Afghanistan
- Wikipedia - List of cities in Afghanistan
- AIMS - Afghanistan maps as PDF