On every Mapbox map you will see an “Improve this map” link, letting anyone quickly share feedback and make the map better. We’ve now made it even simpler to submit feedback — reducing the number of clicks needed to let us know what’s wrong from four to two. All submissions help improve underlying OpenStreetMap data. Based on popular request, we’ve also moved a direct edit button back to the first screen for fast click-through directly to OpenStreetMap.
The simplifications are all designed to gather as much feedback as possible. Submissions range from issues related to technical errors to general mapping tasks. Here are a couple examples:
There are a bunch of streets that run north-south missing between Holly St.and Monaco St. There’s also another cross street between 6th and 8th - it’s Severn St. and it runs east-west from Dahlia St. to Monaco Pkwy.
Spelling feedback is quite common:
This is misspelled. It should be Seneca, like the golf course below it.
We’re using Zapier to turn submissions into tickets on a Github issue queue that our data team is subscribed to.