San Pablo, Laguna

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San Pablo, Laguna, Philippines
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latitude: 14.07, longitude: 121.326
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San Pablo is a city in Laguna, Philippines at latitude 14°04′12.00″ North, longitude 121°19′33.60″ East.


Status

Map slices as shown in April 2011

Initially, The city proper and nearby barangays were initially divided into File:SanPabloCityProper Cake.PNG for status checking purposes. An updated version of the cake slices was created using MapCraft in November 2011[1].

Poblacion and nearby barangays

Slice area Status Description Mapping priority zones Other notes
1 Car (2/4)Labelled (1/4)Housenumbers (1/4)Bike (1/4)Foot (2/4)Transport (1/4)Fuel (3/4)Nature (3/4)Routing (2/4) most of Del Remedio (excluding the stretch from the Laguna State Polytechnic University area to Balatuin Bridge) [Patria Subdivision area http://osm.org/go/4zggYDymY-] ADB Subdivision and a nearby cluster of subdivisions are road-complete.
2 Car (2/4)Housenumbers (2/4)Bike (2/4)Foot (2/4)Transport (1/4)Fuel (X/4)Nature (3/4)Routing (2/4) San Lucas 1, San Lucas 2 (Mariño and Brion Subdivisions, Springleaf Heights, Unityville) none Housenumbers and buildings added in Mariño Subdivision and in nearby areas; Springleaf Heights, Brion Subdivision and Unityville are road complete
3 Car (2/4)Housenumbers (1/4)Bike (2/4)Foot (2/4)Transport (1/4)Fuel (2/4)Nature (3/4)Routing (2/4) Concepcion some residential areas Housenumbers and street names needed
4 Car (2/4)Housenumbers (1/4)Bike (2/4)Foot (2/4)Transport (1/4)Fuel (X/4)Nature (3/4)Routing (2/4) San Jose (NHA San Jose, Aranville), Santo Cristo; portion of San Francisco (Green Valley, Magcaseville) Aranville, portions of Magcaseville and Green Valley Some housenumbers added
5 Car (2/4)Housenumbers (1/4)Bike (2/4)Foot (2/4)Transport (1/4)Nature (3/4)Routing (2/4) most of San Francisco; San Gregorio Manhattan Village, Farconville part of Saint Francis Subdivision added; Mary Help of Christians, Kingsrow, Medex and a new residential area virtually road complete
6 Car (2/4)Labelled (1/4)Housenumbers (1/4)Bike (2/4)Foot (2/4)Transport (1/4)Fuel (X/4)Nature (3/4)Routing (2/4) San Gabriel (Villa Antonio, Teomora Village) Teomora Village Phases 1, 2 & 3 (Lack of street names) Villa Antonio and Teomora Village Phase 4 virtually road complete
7 Car (2/4)Labelled (1/4)Housenumbers (1/4)Bike (2/4)Foot (2/4)Transport (1/4)Fuel (X/4)Nature (3/4)Routing (2/4) most of 1A; 1B, 1C (City Subdivision, Bagong Bayan) most of City Subdivision Certain streets not on the map
8 Car (2/4)Labelled (1/4)Housenumbers (1/4)Bike (2/4)Foot (2/4)Transport (1/4)Fuel (3/4)Nature (3/4)Routing (2/4) San Roque and eastern San Rafael (Riverina, Joel Town, Laurelville 1 & 2, Teachers Village, Buncayo Park Subdivision) Laurelville 2 Joel Town, Laurelville 1, Teachers Village and Buncayo Park Subdivision verified, SM City San Pablo virtually complete
9 Car (2/4)Labelled (1/4)Housenumbers (1/4)Bike (2/4)Foot (2/4)Transport (1/4)Fuel (X/4)Nature (3/4)Routing (2/4) Portion of Del Remedio excluded from slice 1 (Cocoland Village, Mareflor, Cardil Village, Ashley Ciabal Compound, LSPU area) none Cardil Village and Marlefor areas have been verified, pathway was added and verified. Unsure if portion of pathway is part of Del Remedio or nearby San Lucas 2.
10 Car (2/4)Labelled (2/4)Housenumbers (1/4)Bike (2/4)Foot (2/4)Transport (1/4)Fuel (3/4)Nature (3/4)Routing (2/4) portion of 1A; 6E (Sambat) none Some roads added
11 Car (3/4)Labelled (3/4)Housenumbers (3/4)Bike (2/4)Foot (2/4)Transport (1/4)Fuel (X/4)Nature (3/4)Routing (2/4) most of 5A; 6B, 6C, 6D; portion of 6A (Pook Kasiyahan, Lakeside Park, Bagong Pook) none landuse and streets 90~% complete, housenumbers 65~% complete
12 Car (2/4)Labelled (2/4)Housenumbers (2/4)Bike (2/4)Foot (2/4)Transport (1/4)Fuel (4/4)Nature (3/4)Routing (2/4) most of 6A (San Pablo Central Elementary School, Lauro Dizon National High School) none San Pablo Central and Lauro Dizon High lack building polygons, landuse is 70% complete, streets 100% complete
13 Car (3/4)Labelled (3/4)Housenumbers (1/4)Bike (2/4)Foot (2/4)Transport (1/4)Fuel (X/4)Nature (3/4)Routing (3/4) portion of 4A, 5A; most of 5B, 5C, 5D, 4B, 4C (City Hall Complex, Doña Leonila Park, Iglesia ni Cristo, Laguna Provincial Hospital, Laguna College) *dense* residential area between Dagatan Boulevard and Gomez/Escudero Streets City Hall and nearby park mostly complete, some housenumbers added
14 Car (2/4)Labelled (1/4)Housenumbers (1/4)Bike (2/4)Foot (2/4)Transport (1/4)Fuel (X/4)Nature (3/4)Routing (2/4) most of 4A; 3C, 3D, Efarca, Alcantara, Villonco, Vesco, and Platon Subdivisions, Villa Lozada, San Pablo Manufacturing Corporation Alcantara, Villonco Most areas have no street names
15 Car (3/4)Labelled (2/4)Housenumbers (1/4)Bike (2/4)Foot (2/4)Transport (1/4)Fuel (X/4)Nature (3/4)Routing (3/4) 3A, 3B, 3F (Saint Paul the First Hermit Cathedral, San Pablo Colleges, Liceo de San Pablo, Ultimart Shopping Plaza) Liceo de San Pablo, San Pablo Colleges Ultimart area mostly complete, Cathedral area mostly complete
16 Car (3/4)Labelled (2/4)Housenumbers (1/4)Bike (2/4)Foot (2/4)Transport (1/4)Fuel (4/4)Nature (3/4)Routing (3/4) portion of 5B, 5C, 5D, 4C, 7B, 7C, 7D ; 7A (North - Jose Rizal Avenue, Apolinario Mabini, Miguel Malvar; East - Inocencio Barleta, Jose Rizal Avenue, Marcos Paulino Avenue; South - Jose Burgos, Pedro Alcantara; West - railways tracks; includes Fule Sahagun) none Fule Sahagun is verified, plus some side streets, some buildings added
17 Car (2/4)Labelled (2/4)Bike (2/4)Foot (2/4)Transport (1/4)Fuel (X/4)Nature (3/4)Routing (3/4) most of 7B, 7C, 7D; 2C, 2D, 2E, 7E (Palengke, San Anton, Franklin Baker Company) none residential area west of Franklin Baker area and some footways added
18 Car (2/4)Labelled (1/4)Housenumbers (1/4)Bike (2/4)Foot (2/4)Transport (1/4)Fuel (X/4)Nature (3/4)Routing (2/4) 2A, 2B, 2F (Triangulo, Guadalupe, San Pablo Municipal and Chinese Cemeteries) none Roads and railway forming "Triangulo" complete, roads near and inside it need more verification, some footway stubs added in the Municipal Cemetery

Beyond the Poblacion

A proposal to divide San Pablo into other mapping zones was considered but largely unimplemented. The list below contained initial would-be cake slices.

  • West (western San Rafael, San Nicolas)
  • North Central (San Juan, Santa Maria Magdalena)
  • Northwest (San Crispin, Santa Filomena)
  • Southeast (Santo Niño, Santa Elena, San Cristobal)
  • San Diego, Santa Isabel
  • Santo Angel, San Lorenzo

Areas with Surveillance Cameras

Since many establishments in San Pablo City have surveillance systems installed within their premises from small convenience stores to banks to large supermarkets and malls, it is now recommended to add surveillance-related tags (Proposed_features/Surveillance, Proposed_features/Key:Surveillance).

TODO

Maintain data, update POIs whenever possible

Barangay Boundaries

Barangay boundaries were added in piecemeal fashion, starting in 2010/1.

Comparison with other maps

Google Mapmaker and successor instances under Google Maps may have closed the data gaps to match or surpass OpenStreetMap's coverage but remains inaccurate in some instances. EZ Maps has a somewhat accurate coverage of the city, but it is hampered with missing information and POI problems. A local map used to have more coverage than OpenStreetMap in terms of street data but deemed obsolete since it last updated in 2001 to add the then-developing Riverina Subdivision.

Notes

  • Certain roads were added in 2008 (Bureau of Soils and Water Management [BSWM] data import), other roads were added through GPS traces and available aerial imagery sources.
  • Bing initially covered most parts of the city in their mid-January 2011 update[2], which used satellite images gathered by DigitalGlobe in the early part of 2010. An update in February 2012 covered southern portions of the city, which used satellite images gathered by DigitalGlobe/GeoEye also in the early part of 2010, which made the city fully-covered with high-resolution imagery.
  • Imagery from Mapbox has been available since 2013[3]

References

  1. Accessible thru this url
  2. See message in OpenStreetMap Philippines mailing list
  3. See message in OpenStreetMap Philippines mailing list