Good morning to you all,

I reach to you because I am struggling to download data from the current Cyclosm data. My aim is to pull out a map displaying the existing bicycle routes for several towns, a work that will reference the Cyclosm data and will most likely be published on the local newspaper.

I wonder if there is a faster way of downloading the data instead of manually downloading it by the extent of the canvas, one per time.

I've tried the Quick OSM method on QGIS but i struggle to download the bicycle layer accordingly to the data displayed in the Cyclosm map.

How can I download such data?

Big thanks to you all,

Marc

asked 08 Apr, 08:36

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For larger quantities of data people are generally advised to take advantage of some of the extract services.

The cyclOSM stylesheet itself is available under a CC-BY-SA 2.0 licence.

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