OpenStreetMap in Google Earth

This is a KML network link that can display map tiles from OpenStreetMap as overlays in Google Earth.

To get started, have a look at the main page and the FAQ to see how it works. Then either

Currently (version 8), there are 16 overlays related to OpenStreetMap:

OpenStreetMap Mapnik
MapQuest Open
MapQuest Open MapnikMapQuest Open Aerial
Komoot Outdoor
OpenStreetMap Hike & Bike Map
OpenCycleMap
OpenStreetMap Public Transport
Cloudmade
Cloudmade The OriginalCloudmade Fine LineCloudmade TouristCloudmade Red Alert
Cloudmade FreshCloudmade Pale DawnCloudmade Midnight Commander
OpenStreetMap GPS Traces
OpenStreetMap Mapnik B&W

Do you have comments, bug reports, or suggestions for other map sources? Please leave them below.


Greg Dutkowski (2013-01-28 21:50:06):

This is a nice way of getting the osm cycle map into Google Earth. I want to now layer other kml information on top of the cyclemap. I can't find anything that seems to control that order. If I turn on the osm map it always seems to be on top.


juiles (2013-11-10 14:51:10):

all your layers you should be able to drag up or down in the left pane of google earth

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