Routing View EU 2010-11

by Pascal Neis - Published: November 16th, 2010

And again, here are the new statistics for the “Routing View EU“.

Overall (according to the Geofabrik extract) the following amount of errors appear for Europe at the middle of November 2010:

  • Unconnected Roads: ca. 107500
  • Duplicate Ways (number of duplicate segments): ca. 160000

Unfortunately this means that overall only 500 unconnected streets and 22000 duplicate way segment errors have been fixed (last month we had 108000 unconnected roads and 180000 duplicate way segments errors). As always, the following image shows the amount of errors divided by country:

Wow Italy! It’s really nice to see what’s happening there! During the past month they fixed more than 9000 errors again. And now they are really catching up with Germany 🙂 But also in several other countries some people were able to reduce the amount of errors too, such as in: Albania, Denmark, Greece, Iceland, Norway or Sweden. More than 1000 errors have been fixed here in each country 🙂

Slightly disturbing is the situation in Germany: A gain of more than 3.000 errors! What’s going on?! 🙁

The comparison for each month and country can be seen in the following diagram. (The bars shows the total amount of errors for 1m, 2m, 5m unconnected & duplicate way segments):

As usual, the comparison of federal states of entire Germany that included the error type “Unconnected 1m”:

Overall, nearly all federal states have a positive value regarding the amount of errors 🙁 Not quite good, especially considering the numbers of the past few months. So tell me…what’s going on in Germany? Are you not interested in fixing errors in the map or database?? What do you think is the problem?

thx @ dennis and Good Luck to you for Thursday!