I would also like to import some map data for a book of family day trip destinations around Eastern Mass. I have about 200 GPS coordinates and I'd like to generate printable map sections for each destination. Can I just do a private import for my own use? Happy to let others use them. What's the best course of action?

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No. OpenStreetMap is for verifiable data only.

But you can combine OSM data with your data on your own computer. You can use third-party programs such as Maperitive or Mapnik/TileMill to do this.

You can also use a third-party service such as uMap.

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