Hi I am wondering if someone can help me with a problem on here and fix a street that dead-ends into our private driveway. We live at 218 W Mulberry St, Waynesfield, Ohio 45896.Our driveway is very long blacktop up to our house and then continues out the gravel side because it was the original driveway from year 1915. The map shows W Mulberry Street running all the way up our blacktop driveway and them out the back stone gravel driveway to Wapakoneta Street/State Route 67. The street would end at 216 W Mulberry St. I am not sure how to do this myself.

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I made the changes.

It may take a while for you to see the changes depending on the platform you're using.

Cheers,

AlaskaDave

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Thank you for your quick response! I will check back tomorrow. Sharon

(16 Sep, 01:12) Mountain5
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The change should show up at https://www.openstreetmap.org/ within a pretty short period of time, sometimes within minutes, usually within hours. However a lot of other apps/projects that use OSM data might only update their databases once a month or even once every few months. So it might be a while before everyone gets the message.

(16 Sep, 03:44) n76
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The map is now correct regarding our driveway! Thank you so much for the help and responses regarding our problem.

(16 Sep, 13:01) Mountain5
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