May 14, 2018: OSM Extracts by Interline are free during the developer preview. Sign up now.
May 25, 2018: We've shared a blog post explaining how our workflow engine generates these 200 extracts every day in only 35 minutes.
July 13, 2018: OSM Extracts now provides better support for roadways that extend past the edge of an extract boundary. We use the Osmium library's "complete ways" strategy. If you encounter issues with this new clipping method, let us know.
September 5, 2018: Now select from multiple download formats: PBF (protocol buffer) or GeoJSON!
September 7, 2018: Another format now available: GeoJSON Line. Each line in the file is a separate
Feature. Great for streaming parsing by ndjson or jsonl tools. Read more in our blog post on GeoJSONL.
Fresh & Local Each day, OSM Extracts by Interline mirrors the entire OpenStreetMap planet and creates city and region sized extracts. The perfect size to run your own regional routing engine (using, say, Valhalla), to generate your own map tiles, or to build your own creation (using QGIS or other GIS software).
Sustainable OSM Extracts is inspired by Michal Migurski's Extractotron and Mapzen's Metro Extracts (both now defunct). It's powered by open-source software and user subscriptions. Once server costs are covered, all profits are re-invested into the open community: Interline will donate 50% to OpenStreetMap charitable organizations and will use 50% to sponsor additions to PlanetUtils (the open-source library that powers OSM Extracts).
See Also Need OSM data for entire countries or continents? Try Geofabrik's extract service. Need OSM data in DXF format to use in AutoCad or similar design software? Try Cadmapper. LearnOSM has a guide to even more ways to get OSM data.
Not finding the particular city or region you are hoping for? You can open a pull request to propose a new region be added to the GeoJSON file on GitHub.