Hi! I'm new to OSM so I hope someone can help me. I'd like to extract corridor data (Roads, Railways, etc) from the TEN-T (Trans-European Transport Network) interactive map which is based on OSM contributions. Does someone know how I can do this? (When I did a query on a TEN-T road (e.g. the A19 right to Schwaan, Germany) I did not find a TEN-T relation or something)

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The TEN-T network, and it's associated corridors, is not something that is likely to be mapped on OSM. It is more a theoretical construct for planning investment in transport infrastructure than a road or rail network clearly signed on the ground. In general OSM works to an 'on-the-ground' principle which means that multiple observers are likely to recognise a particular feature, and TEN-T does not fulfil this criterion.

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