Open Curb Assets Specification
The Open Curb Assets Data specification defines a format for sharing data about features of curbs. This includes both features of the sidewalk, like bike racks, parking signs, and fire hydrants, as well as features of the street, like lane markings, curb cuts, and crosswalks. What these features all have in common is that they serve to define which activities can happen along the side of a street.
Open Curb Data
Coord and our partners have released open curb data for public use under the Open Database License. Collected curb assets include parking signs, fire hydrants, loading zones, bus stops and more.
- Corso Buenos Aires, Milan, Nov-Dec 2018
- 2me Arrondissement, Paris, Feb 2019, collected by Autonomy
- Downtown, Santa Monica, Feb-Mar 2019, collected by DTSM
- West Colfax, Denver, Mar-Apr 2019, collected by HDR
- Financial District, San Francisco, Aug-Nov 2017
- Downtown, Los Angeles, Nov 2017-Jan 2018
- Little Italy, San Diego, Feb-Mar 2019, collected by Kimley-Horn
- Wynwood, Miami, Mar-Apr 2019, collected by Kimley-Horn
- U Street, Washington DC, May-Nov 2019, collected by Walker Consultants
- East 6th Street, Austin, Apr 2019, collected by Kimley-Horn
- Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, May-Jun 2019, collected by AECOM
The text of this specification is licensed under a Open Data Commons Open Database License (ODbL).
If you are interested in contributing please refer to the CONTRIBUTING.md file.