WikiProject Nauru

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Nauru, Oceania
latitude: -0.529, longitude: 166.9333
Browse map of Nauru 0°31′44.40″ S, 166°55′59.88″ E
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Nauru is a country in Oceania at latitude 0°31′44.40″ South, longitude 166°55′59.88″ East.

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

Transport

Marine services

It appears that flying is the main method of getting to Nauru, but we are interested to hear if there are any scheduled passenger and vehicle ferries or shipping routes to and from other parts of the world. Frequencies as low as once a month are open to consideration (although notability will ultimately determine if it will ultimately be mapped).

Speed limit

With limited exceptions, Nauru has an island-wide speed limit of 50 kilometres per hour (according to Section 38(a) of the Motor Traffic Act 2014). Nauru changed to metric speed limits on 10 September 2014. Prior, it was 30 miles per hour.

A lower speed limit of 20 kilometres per hour applies near hospitals at any time. A conditional speed limit of 20 kilometres per hour applies near schools and places of worship, when they are open.

Amenities

Hospitals

We need to map hospitals, because (under Section 38(b) of the Motor Traffic Act 2014) they affect the default speed limit of nearby roads.

Troubleshooting

Keep Right! issues

Keep Right! wrongly assumes that all roads in Nauru are not connected to the rest of the map, even though Nauru itself is an island and there is no bridge to Hawaii.

Community

Local mappers

Regular visitors