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I've been adding mountain bike trails in my local park. My paths appear in the standard map, however, they don't appear in any of the other maps i.e. cycle map, transport map, etc. Since these are MTB trails, I would really like them to show up in the cycle map, especially since that includes topo lines and relief shading. How can I insure they appear on the cycle map?

asked 08 Jul '12, 17:08

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edited 22 Sep '15, 19:34

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I guess I'll give it awhile and check back.

(09 Jul '12, 02:03) Tom_Hennigan

I'm assuming that we're talking about rendering speed here and not rendering as cycle routes. If so:

This question has been asked a number of times. On this page the cycle map's creator currently says:

The map is updated every few days with the latest data from OpenStreetMap

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answered 09 Jul '12, 00:01

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In practice, it seems to take up to a few weeks.

(09 Jul '12, 03:36) Baloo Uriza

Most other maps just take more time to render than the default map. Wait a few days and your edits should appear on those maps.

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answered 08 Jul '12, 17:31

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Bear in mind also that the current licence change work may have effects on the rendering speed of other layers.

(08 Jul '12, 22:20) Richard ♦

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