Miami-Dade County Address Import

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Goals

To add every missing address and building in Miami-Dade County to OpenStreetMap without creating duplicates.

Schedule

The import will start late October, 2018, and continue until all features have been added. This should be about 2-5 months.

Import Data

Background

Data source site: Address source Building footprint source

Data license: "Miami-Dade County provides this data for use "as is". The areas depicted by this map/data are approximate, and are not accurate to surveying or engineering standards. The maps/data shown here are for illustration purposes only and are not suitable for site-specific decision making. Information found here should not be used for making financial or any other commitments. Miami-Dade County provides this information with the understanding that it is not guaranteed to be accurate, correct or complete and conclusions drawn from such information are the sole responsibility of the user. While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy, correctness and timeliness of materials presented, Miami-Dade County assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions, even if Miami-Dade County is advised of the possibility of such damage."

Type of license: Public Domain

Link to permission: N/A - All FL open data is in the public domain. See this law page for more details.

ODbL Compliance verified: Yes

Discussion of Utilizing Additional Data Sources to Add Points of Interest (POI) Data to Imported Addresses

This may occur in a separate import later.

Integrating Government POI Data with OSM Address and Building Imports

OSM Data Files

http://jlevente.com/OSMImport2018_Miami/tracts/

To test the data quality, do the following steps:

  • Open JOSM
  • Ensure that the "remote control" feature is turned on.
  • Click one of the following links. This will load the data into JOSM. This will only work if JOSM is open.

Import Type

A one time import that will be completed in many small uploads via the OSM US Tasking Manager. Many contributors will be encouraged to help. One of the goals of this import is community involvement.

Data Preparation

Data Reduction & Simplification

Tagging Plans

"addr:housenumber", "addr:street", "addr:city", "addr:postcode", and "addr:state" will be used on each address point. "building"="yes" will be used on buildings. Some buildings will have address tags added to them. No source tags will be used on the addresses or buildings.

Changeset Tags

"source"="Miami-Dade County GIS Hub" and adequate comments will be used on each changeset.

Data Transformation

Done by jlevente. Workflow and tool available on GitHub: https://github.com/SouthFLMappers/OSMImport2018

Data Transformation Results

http://jlevente.com/OSMImport2018_Miami/tracts/

Data Merge Workflow

Team Approach

The import will use the OpenStreetMap US Tasking Manager, and will engage local contriubtors in helping with the import.

Workflow

Completing each task will involve the following:

  • Click "START MAPPING".
  • Open JOSM.
  • Click the JOSM remote link specific to the task, similar to the links above.
  • Fix any errors in the data, square buildings that require such, and click upload. The importer may also choose to add building type to buildings and merge addresses and buildings with existing OSM data.
  • Upload to OSM server using an import account.

Conflation

Already completed automatically. No duplication will happen.