This new category shows kerbs (the edge where a road meets a sidewalk). Read more about this in the OpenStreetMap Wiki. The category uses the colours from the Wiki page. Popups will show additional information: type of kerb (lowered, raised, ...), they wheelchair accessibility (if set), if the kerb has tactile paving and the height.read more
Thanks to a contribution by user danieldegroot2, dates and date ranges are now displayed in Dutch. Other languages which are currently supported are: English, French and German. If you are interested in adding another locale, please check out the module openstreetmap-date-format (HOWTO).read more
The new "Footways" category (under Transportation -> Walking) shows sidewalks, footways, steps, platforms and pedestrian zones. Sidewalks mapped on the street way (sidewalk:left, sidewalk:right resp. sidewalk:both) will be shown with an offset - hatching indicates the relation.read more
The christmas season is coming, and with it all those christmas trees and markets! It's the right time to check, if the christmas map in your area is up-to-date. Use the Christmas category on OpenStreetBrowser to check if all features are mapped correctly!
More information in the OSM Wiki.read more
One of the main components - overpass-frontend - which handles communication to the database server server (Overpass API) and caching, had an important update. More filters are now possible, e.g. nwr(user:"Alice") or way[building](if:!is_closed()). The README has a full list of available filters.read more