Drivable roads from OpenStreetMap over TransAlp project's study area (South Tyrol, East Tyrol, Valle Agordina) onto an hexagonal tessellation of ~250m.
An edge in the roads network exist when at least 1 road in the original OSM network intersects with the underlying hexagonal tessellation. The "count" field registers the number of such roads per each edge. The type and number of roads intersecting with the cells borders both participate in the definition of the "weight". The more important the road, the higher the weight. Python packages used: NetworkX, Shapely, GeoPandas.
drive, features, tessellation, transalp, transalp_tran_rds_ln_s4_osm_pp_drive_250tess, Austria, Italy
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