Edit the map with the New Cloud Atlas iD Editor
The New Cloud Atlas is powered by OpenStreetMap (OSM). OpenStreetMap is completely created by people like you, and it's free for anyone to fix, update, download and use.
Changes made by you to the OSM datbase gets parsed and imported into the New Cloud Atlas at 15 minute intervals.
Here, you have a choice of directly editing the map, leaving a note for another mapper or you can edit the map in JOSM and Vespucci editors by downloading presets from here: https://simonpoole.github.io/new-cloud-atlas-preset.
To edit the map, you will first need to sign up for an OpenStreetMap account.
Browse to the area on OpenStreetMap.org and add a "Map Note" for a local or experienced OSM mapper to look at.
(Please don't enter personal information or information from copyrighted maps or directory listings)
This has the New Cloud Atlas tagging presets to help map the features we are interested in.
We recommend you to do the walkthrough if you are new to editing.
You can edit the map in JOSM and Vespucci editors by downloading presets from here: https://simonpoole.github.io/new-cloud-atlas-preset.
Download link for Vespucci
Download link for JOSM
Mappers may also want to consult the Telecoms Project on the OSM wiki for tagging guidance