Hi all.I need to convert the map OpenStreet to vector image.Can you advise me of the program, or give advice? If it’s SVG and you have only small areas to convert, you can use the’export’ Tab on the osm.org main page. I’ve already tried the method described by you.When I tried to download the SVG image I got the message: The load average on the server is too high at the moment. Please wait a few minutes before trying again. Then I tried the program maperitive, but it does not run on my computer.Maybe there are other ways to solve this problem? Another aproach would be to use maperative which is an offline renderer for OSM data.http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/MaperitiveOops, sorry, just read that this don’t works for you. Mapserver can output SVG and PDF. You can read about that in http://latuviitta.org/documents/Super_e … server.pdf. With very recent GDAL Mapserver can also create georeferenced PDF files. It means that PDF reader can show the coordinates from the PDF map. With TerraGo Toolbar which is a free (in a no-pay meaning) add-on for Adobe Acrobat Reader. It is also possible to plug your GPS unit into the serial port of your computer and Acrobat Reader will show your location on the PDF map. An example of such PDF file is here http://latuviitta.org/documents/Lahti_geospat.pdfThat PDF needs TerraGo toolbar for getting the coordinates. OSM rendering chain is made for Mapnik and using Mapserver instead is not totally simple. If you get really interested I can give more advice. You can use the Adobe Illustrator software to convert the image into vector graphic format. check this url code.google.com/p/androzic/wiki/MapCreation: 1code.google.com/p/androzic/wiki/MapCreation . i hope here you can find what you are looking. If you want to check the some examples of vector graphic then you can check from here. pasta vector Source.