OSMnx 1.9.1 #

OSMnx is a Python package to easily download, model, analyze, and visualize street networks and other geospatial features from OpenStreetMap. You can download and model walking, driving, or biking networks with a single line of code then analyze and visualize them. You can just as easily work with urban amenities/points of interest, building footprints, transit stops, elevation data, street orientations, speed/travel time, and routing.

OSMnx 2.0 is coming soon: read the migration guide.


If you use OSMnx in your work, please cite the journal article:

Boeing, G. 2017. OSMnx: New Methods for Acquiring, Constructing, Analyzing, and Visualizing Complex Street Networks. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 65, 126-139.

Getting Started#

First read the Getting Started guide for an introduction to the package and FAQ.

Then work through the OSMnx Examples gallery for step-by-step tutorials and sample code.


Follow the Installation guide to install OSMnx.


If you have any trouble, consult the User Reference. The OSMnx repository is hosted on GitHub. If you have a “how-to” or usage question, please ask it on StackOverflow, as we reserve the repository’s issue tracker for bug tracking and feature development.


OSMnx is open source and licensed under the MIT license. OpenStreetMap’s open data license requires that derivative works provide proper attribution. Refer to the Getting Started guide for usage limitations.