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This layer shows address nodes which do not have a highway satisfying addr:street=name within 5000 m (red), 500 m (purple) or 250 m (blue)
This layer shows ways with the maxspeed tag set. Green = 50 km/h, red = 80 km/h, cyan = 130 km/h. Zoom in to see which speed the rest of the colours represent. Black squares mark roads where source:maxspeed is not set.
This layer visualizes ways with the lit tag set
This layer shows Margueritruten
Shows highway=cycleway, cycleway=track, cycleway=lane and something else with bicycle=[yes,designated,permissive,destination].
Hilights shops and other places that do not have opening_hours set, but probably should.
Shows power lines, substations and generators.
Shows coverage of Bing Maps hi-res aerial photos.
Overlay showing the fraction of address nodes for which there is an OSM way with the right name in the neighbourhood. Green = 100%, red = 0% coverage, by OSM user Freek. Updated on Wednesdays
Shows edit activity. Red = edited in last 24 hours. Blue = edited in past week. Yellow = edited in past month.
Map tiles from Fugro Aerial Mapping A/S. Read more.
This layer shows named places without town/city status, based on address nodes
Shows traces from OSM uploaded after medio-July 2011. Tiles by kosmosnimki.ru.
Shows imported address nodes which are in use by a way. This is always a mistake, and could cause the way to be distorted if the position of the address node is updated. Note that tiles load slowly. If you get red tiles, try refreshing.
Shows highway=path and highway=track.
Shows orange points on addresses which have had their street name corrected but are still more than 5000 m from a street of the correct name. Probably means either the correction hasn't been applied or that the way needs to be renamed to conform.
Shows administrative boundaries (regions and municipalities).
Hilights objects that will be removed once the license change take effect. Uses Geofabrik's OSM Inspector layer.
Shows street center data shared by several municipalities
Shows a comparison between municipal street data and OSM data (read more). Red areas denote where the municipal street data has more street data than OSM, blue denotes the opposite. The scale goes from <-1000 to >1000 in 250 metre increments. Change opacity: 25%, 50%, 75%, 85%, 100%.
Visualises the source tag of coastlines. Colour key: PGS/Landsat/Yahoo, Bing/Fugro, GPS/Survey, Everything else (mostly empty source tags).
Shows streets which have a source that includes the word "fantasy"
Hilights streets in OSM that have a correction listed in oisfixes.iola.dk. Only works for streets that have their correct name in OSM.