pbf2json - A openstreetmap pbf parser which exports json, allows you to cherry-pick tags and handles denormalizing ways

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pbf2json creates a JSON stream of openstreetmap data from any PBF extract, you can pick-and-choose only the bits of the file you want, the library will take care of de-normalizing the relational data (nodes/ways) so you can put it straight in to your favourite document-store, inverted index or graph database.

https://github.com/pelias/pbf2json

Dependencies:

split : ^1.0.0
through2 : ^2.0.1

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