generated on 2019-08-22 00:08:53.614238 from the wiki page for Data/Networks for SUMO git

You should read the main page on NETCONVERT before reading this.


Area: the complete world :-)
Demand data: not available
1. Networks/Import/OpenStreetMapDownload explains how to obtain OSM-data.
2. Networks/Import/OpenStreetMap explains how to create Sumo-networks from OSM-data using NETCONVERT.
Comments: A great source of networks and man-made infrastucture. However, infrastructure data and definitions are still changing which complicates import.
See also: Data/Scenarios/TAPASCologne - a complete scenario based on OSM and TAPAS


Area: city of Osnabrück
Demand data: not available
Extraction: netconvert --shapefile strassen -o --shapefile.street-id strShapeID -t frida.typ.xml --shapefile.type-id strTypID -v --proj "+proj=utm +ellps=bessel +units=m"
Comments: Not really applicable because the streets lack information about the number of lanes and the direction. Especially the second makes the converted network quite useless. Trying to use the option --shapefile.all-bidi solves the problem for inner-city roads but makes highway on/offramps bidirectional, too. The projection might be wrong as well, give --proj.utm a try.
See also:
Networks/Import/ArcView - (notes on) importing ArcView networks (shapefiles)