Lansing, Michigan

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Lansing, Michigan, US
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latitude: 42.73360, longitude: -84.55547
Browse map of Lansing 42°44′00.96″ N, 84°33′19.69″ W
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Lansing is a city in Michigan, US at latitude 42°44′00.96″ North, longitude 84°33′19.69″ West.

OpenStreetMap images (and underlying map data) are freely available under OpenStreetMap License.

Lansing is the capital city of Michigan.

Thanks to the hard work of many, over the years, the Lansing area is relatively well mapped in various locations. For instance, Michigan State University.

Announcement

Please join us for an informal meet up, November 19th, 6:30 PM, at Kelly's Irish Pub, Lansing, Michigan.

User Group

Local user group
Michigan Capital-Area OSM Flag of the United States.svg
Meetings
When: irregular
Where: unknown
Mailing list
mailing list – archive
Website
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Image
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There currently is not a user group in the area, however this page, an email list / forum, and #micapitol on slack have been created for communication among those in the area.

There is also a Facebook group for Michigan and for the US, there is a Facebook group and email list.

Contributing

For information about contributing to Open Street Map see the page Getting Involved and for further reading Help.

To Do

Proposals

Resources

General

Potential Data Sources

Name Link License Wiki project Comments
Lansing Open Data http://data-lansing.opendata.arcgis.com/ CC-BY 4.0 Contact the City for other desired GIS information, GIS@lansingmi.gov.
CATA GTFS Data, Registry unknown
Tri-County Regional Planning Commission (TCRPC) Interactive Construction Map, 2045 Regional Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) unknown
Delhi Township Parks http://www.delhitownship.com/parks-parkinfo.htm unknown
OmniPlaces by Cybo https://omniplaces.cybo.com/ CC BY-SA (Though there was a suspicion the the geocoding may have came from Google. (see thread)
Eaton County Open Data Portal http://data-ecgis.opendata.arcgis.com/ "provided as-is, but the derivative work must contain the following notice:"

'Reproduced with permission granted by the County of Eaton, Michigan. Some information has been provided subject to a non-exclusive, limited, and revocable license granted by the County of Eaton, Michigan.'

Is this license compatible with OSM? Davenport651 (talk)

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Highway

The primary language and terms of OSM is UK English, which can be confusing. Use the table below to properly categorize streets in the area.

Highway Types
Type Description Examples
highway=motorway Limited access freeway with interchanges. 127, I96, I69
highway=trunk Limited access highway with occasional grade level intersections, or major intercity highway where no motorway exists. 496
highway=primary Primary highway or arterial road (primary non-motorway routes between cities and primary arterial roads). 127, north of St Johns
highway=secondary Secondary highway or arterial road (secondary routes between cities and secondary arterial roads). M76, M99, M100, Grand River, Saginaw/Oakland, MLK near 496, Cedar/Larch near 496.
highway=tertiary Tertiary route, major street or collector road (tertiary routes between towns, major city streets, and collector roads). Mt. Hope, Pennsylvania, Waverly, Jolly, Okemos, Willow, Creyts, Meridian
highway=unclassified The least most important through roads in a country's system – i.e. minor roads of a lower classification than tertiary, but which serve a purpose other than access to properties. For instance, minor country roads, often linking villages and hamlets. (The word 'unclassified' is a historical artifact of the UK road system and does not mean that the classification is unknown; you can use highway=road for that). Washington, College, Farm Lane, Freiermuth, Dobie.
highway=residential Roads which serve as an access to housing, without function of connecting settlements. Often lined with housing.
highway=service For access roads to, or within an industrial park, camp site, business park, car park etc. Can be used in conjunction with service=* to indicate the type of usage and with access=* to indicate who can use it and in what circumstances.
Highway link Short connecting ways, like highway or round-a-bout entrances and exits and "Michigan turns".

Other Lansing Area Maps

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