We have a list of members of the Peruvian community of OpenStreetMap in ES:Perú/Comunidad.
Since 2008 we have the mailing list Talk-pe, which is the list of users of the Peru project, which is to be able to ask questions, discuss issues, coordinate events and publish news. To contact please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since 2010 we have expanded communication networks, among them we have the accounts:
- Blog osmpe.ourproject.org
How to collaborate
If you are new to OpenStreetMap, don't worry. You are welcome to add some information about your neighborhood, add a business or name a street. Learn how the editing system works from the article guide for beginners. You must have your OSM account, click to register if you haven't.
- The best way to participate in a few steps, even if you don't have enough time to do it, is to use the Android app StreetComplete. Some tips you can consult in this special section.
- You can also edit with applications with the native editor. Any popular questions are available at Frequently Asked Questions (in spanish).
- If you use a gps and have traces in Peru that you want to share with the project, you can upload your traces for free. Don't forget to tag the word Peru so that your tracks are added directly with this tag to the project, here you can see the tracks in Peru.
- To get them to work with your neighborhood, use the Field Papers so you can add those details that only you know. If you have any questions, ask with us in the mail list.
- For third-party content. External sources and data such as free licensed maps and documents can be found in Sources and data. If you are an expert in importing open data, you can consult ES:Perú/Importación.
- For quality control, you consult Quality control with Osmose
- To complement participation in cities, we have information pages on Arequipa and the urban region Lima-Callao.
- For more information visit the correspondient page.
For those who frequently use OpenStreetmap or do not have clear information detailing in the city, we recommend following some suggestions, drawn by the community or in institutions ES:Perú/Convenciones (English edition).
More information (in spanish):
- Asignaciones físicas (carreteras y calles).
- Límites de velocidad en carreteras principales.
- Amazonía y áreas naturales.
- Límites departamentales, provinciales, distritales y otros.
This can vary as we expand to details about our reality.
|Departamento o provincia constitucional||Capital|
|Callao (Provincia Constitucional)||Callao|
|Madre de Dios||Puerto Maldonado|
|Pasco||Cerro de Pasco|
|Piura||San Miguel de Piura|
- Comparativa de mapas por GeoFabrik.de, incluyendo Google Maps y Bing Maps. Están sujetos a derechos de autor, use con fines informativos.
Routes from MTC
Las rutas de la red vial nacional están indicadas por el Ministerio de Transportes y Comunicaciones. Por favor añada como fuente mediante source=MTC.
- In red: interregional or national land routes (in osm, Trunk), whose abbreviation begins with PE-XX. Applies to the whole country.As for the Pan American
- For Pan-American only: Motorways tend to abbreviate PE-1N to the north or PE-1S to the south. There may be variations in the PE-1NO as PE, PE-1SE, etc.
- Only some areas: central routes tend to be abbreviated PE or PE-3N-5N in the direction where they arrive. For example, the Sierra Longitudinal Sur is PE-3N.
- In green: Regional Tours (primary) a three-digit number, prefixed by the two initials of the department is assigned is located. Example Lima LM-101, La Libertad LI-101.
- In yellow: State Routes (secondary or tertiary), similar to the primary but a different number is assigned to 100 Example LM-356..
- In yellow: Local routes (minor), tends to be called with the prefix R. Example R-34.
- In separated half lines: developing routes are still in the process of planning or construction.
- El Sistema Nacional de Información Ambiental has [http://sinia.minam.gob.pe/index.php?accion=verListMapas&idTipoElemento=41&verPor=tema
infographics about Peru] by geographical or cultural nature.
- The Gobierno Peruano has information about conservation areas and criteria.
- Lima (outline, OSM)
- Cusco (outline, OSM)
- Trujillo (outline, OSM)
- Chiclayo (outline, OSM)
- Pucallpa (outline, OSM)
- Huancayo, Concepcion, Jauja
- Churin area
- Ancash includio Huaraz