Thank you to Serey Pagna for sharing. Download file here.
Thank you to the students at the University of Houston who developed and shared a Grasshoper plug-in for Rhino which estimates the topography of Phnom Penh. The GHX begins with an image – in this case a color topographic map by Aruna Technology and Blum and posted originally here.
Download the Rhino model, GHX file and more information here.
If you are aware of other available maps then please e-mail me with the location, source or image file.
This is a document containing all of the historic and contemporary print maps of Phnom Penh I’ve found during my research.
The goal is to expedite future research by streamlining access to these maps.
Once sourced, I will create a summary PDF containing all of the maps and referencing the available digital images on the Phnom Penh Spatial Dropbox (which also contains digital mapping resources: GIS and DWG).
I’m sharing in good faith – therefore please do not yet print or distribute – I’ll post everything I’ve found once it is revised.
Source: Mathieu Pellerin via Phnom Penh Mapping Meet Up
“Thanks to NEC’s Phnom Penh commune election result list, we finally have the official communes forming Phnom Penh’s recently created 9th district, as well as the exact communes added to the other districts forming the edge of the capital. (red/pink = Meanchey; gray/green = Russei Keo; brown = Sen Sok; dark blue = Po Senchey; lime = Dangkao).”
Area based former Phnom Penh boundaries: 380.760 km2
Area based on latest Phnom Penh boundaries: 693.552 km2
Boundaries as shown in the BAU Master Plan 2005.
Comparison of Cambodia road files from OSM (http://www.openstreetmap.la/files/cambodia/) and GMM (https://services.google.com/fb/forms/mapmakerdatadownload/) by Wil Waters, Richard Hintz, Mathieu Pellerin and Sovann Prey.
Open Street Map Shape Files http://www.openstreetmap.la/files/cambodia/