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Romania, Europe
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latitude: 46.09, longitude: 25.51
Browse map of Romania 46°05′24.00″ N, 25°30′36.00″ E
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Romania is a Country in Europe at latitude 46°05′24.00″ North, longitude 25°30′36.00″ East.

This page contains information relating to mapping activity that is specific to România.

Local chapter România

The Romanian mappers would like to start an ONG to better support this project. You can find more information about why this is needed and add yourself to the list of interested people by visiting the LocalChapterRomania page.

Cities

Administrative structure

Administrative divisions of Romania

Motorways & expressways

Motorway Relation Route Length (km) / in use (km) / under construction (km) Completed(route calibrated using SF plans and details)
 A0 motorway planned sections: relation 3398045 Bucharest ring 100.76 / 0 / 55 100%
 A1 motorway relation 1690966; planned & under construction sections: relation 3408414 Bucharest - Piteşti - Tigveni - Sibiu - Deva - Holdea - Nemeșești - Margina - Timişoara - Arad - Nădlac > Hungary 580.20 / 443.93 / 44 100%
 A2 motorway (Sun's motorway) relation 1687230 Bucharest - Feteşti - Cernavodă - Constanţa 203 / 203 / 0 100%
 A3 motorway (Transilvania motorway) relation 1197969; planned & under construction sections: relation 3408058 Bucharest - Ploieşti - Comarnic -Rașnov - Cristian - Braşov - Târgu Mureş - Câmpia Turzii - Cluj-Napoca - Zalău - Oradea - Borş > Hungary 606.53 / 173.9 / 106 60%(Sighișoara-Ploiești missing detailed route)
 A4 motorway & DX4 expressway relation 3380044 Tulcea - OvidiuAgigea – Mangalia – Vama Veche > Bulgaria 269.9 / 22.2 / 0 10%
 A6 motorway relation 3390167 Balinţ (A1) - Lugoj - Caransebeș - Orșova - Drobeta-Turnu Severin - Calafat - Craiova 488.5 / 11.4 / 10 2%
 A7 motorway & DX7 expressway relation 11972189; planned sections : relation 7674148 Ploiești(A3) - Bacău - Pașcani - Siret > Ukraine 424.7 / 16.3 / 0 10%(rudimentary route without details and calibration)
 A8 motorway (The Union Motorway) planned sections: relation 3408548 Târgu Mureș - Sovata - Praid - Ditrău - Tulgheș - Poiana Largului - Târgu Neamț - Pașcani - Târgu Frumos - Iași - Ungheni > Moldova 311.07 / 0 / 0 10%(rudimentary route without details and calibration)
 A9 motorway planned sections: relation 12465891 Timișoara - Moravița > Serbia 92 / 0 / 0 1%
 A10 motorway relation 3390858 Sebeș (A1) - Alba Iulia - Teiuș - Aiud > Turda (A3) 70 / 44 / 56 100%
 A11 motorway relation 9414134; planned sections : relation 11336644 Arad(A1) - Salonta - Oradea 134.6 / 2 / 0 25%(rudimentary route without details and calibration)
 A13 motorway planned sections: relation 12300168 Boița(A1) - Făgăraş (A3) - Brașov - Târgu Secuiesc - Onești - Bacău 289.5 / 0 / 0 10%(rudimentary route without details and calibration)
 DX12 expressway planned and under construction sections: relation 3412914 Pitești (A1) - Slatina > Craiova (A3) 121 / 0 / 88 100%
 Somes Express relation 3417845 Hungary > Oar - Satu Mare - Baia Mare ~75 / 0 / 12 20%(rudimentary route without details and calibration)
DX Turda-Dej planned sections: relation 12018655 Tureni(A3) - Dej 10%(rudimentary route without details and calibration)
DX Focșani - Brăila Focșani(A7) - Brăila 0%
DX Baia Mare - Suceava Baia Mare - Suceava(A7) 0%
DX Brăila - Galați planned sections: relation 10126224 Brăila - Galați 95%(connection with Brăila bypass still not decided)

Source:  Highways in Romania


National roads

As this information is too big to put here we have a new page for this:

Railways

Air

People involved

Have a look in Category:Users in Romania

No User Mapping
1 Peter Kovacs Timişoara
2 Ovidiu Constantin Bucharest
3 George Marcu Bucharest
4 Mircea Vutcovici Cluj, Buzău
5 Ciprian Talaba Galaţi
6 Alin Pavel Constanţa
7 Günter Neustädter Arad, Sighişoara
8 Manuel R. Ciosici Arad
9 Stan Ioan-Eugen Ploiești
13 Asztalos Attila Oszkár Târgu Mureş
14 Tudor Gheorghe Giurgiu
15 Octavian CHELU Giurgiu
16 Francisc TOTH Brașov
17 Alexandru Neagos Transilvania Bucuresti
18 Glăja Cristian Târgu Mureş, Mureș Region
19 Emil Burzo Baia Mare
20 Cristian Draghici Bucharest, releasing BucharestApp for Mac OS X
21 indreias Bucharest and Busteni, import batch data with modulo-bot and applying different corrections on Romania sub-set
22 Thanas Hunedoara
23 Alexandru Nekula Hunedoara
24 Robert Grauenfels Focşani (Vrancea)
25 Flaviu Sibiu
26 myllenyum Transilvania
27 Vasile Stan Ardeal
28 Ciprian Constanţa
29 Badita Florin Bucharest - Import Tirgu Frumos - Romania
30 Jancso Beata Cluj-Napoca
31 Alex Morega București
32 Bogdan Chiriac Bucharest

Resources for mappers

Quality tools

External links

Kaart Mapping

Kaart conducts ground surveys for improvements to OSM data. A list of editors can be found on the here.

Bucharest (January, 2019)

Car GPS tracks driven during Kaart's ground survey in Romania. Imagery Layer provided by Bing.
Car GPS tracks driven during Kaart's ground survey in Romania. Imagery Layer provided by Bing.
Ground Focus
  • We focused on inputting street names wherever street signs could be found.
  • Fixing inaccurate geometry was also a major focus.
Post Processing
  • After the ground survey was conducted, our office team reviewed the footage gathered and updated street names by checking the consistency with current data and physical road signs.
  • The team added turn restrictions, pedestrian crossings, surfaces to roads, lanes, and additional missing geometry.
Suggested Community Edits
  • Due to time constraints, we were unable to drive all streets in Bucharest, but did drive most of them. We did our best to find street signs for streets missing names in OSM, but were unable to find all. Community contributions in this regard would be very beneficial.
  • Further ground surveys by the local community would be very helpful in continuing the mapping efforts in Romania, especially in cities outside of Bucharest, where we were unable to drive.

The ground survey of Bucharest was conducted by Kaart Team members Te-Ika and Corban8.