This summary is an overview of Mapillary's Terms of Service, commercial use, developer policy, and licensing options for Mapillary images and data.
Contributing images and other content to Mapillary is governed by the Mapillary Terms of Service:
Images on Mapillary are available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License (CC BY-SA 4.0). The license and link to the legal document can be found next to every image on the service in the image information panel and contains the CC BY-SA 4.0 mark:
Images are available under CC-BY-SA using the download feature next to each image on mapillary.com, or using the Mapillary API. Please contact email@example.com if you wish to use the APIs to access images in volumes above the free quota specified in the Developer Policy.
To be compatible with the OpenStreetMap Foundation contributor terms, Mapillary grants a special license for OpenStreetMap. Images and data available on Mapillary may be used freely to edit OpenStreetMap and any content derived may be submitted under the OpenStreetMap Foundation contributor terms to OpenStreetMap.Read more about what we do for OpenStreetMap
The Mapillary API, Mapillary vector tiles, and the MapillaryJS library are available to software developers building map platforms, geospatial tools, and location-based services. Developer usage is governed by the Developer Policy.Read more about our tools for developers
Commercial use of Mapillary is governed by the Mapillary Commercial Terms. The current pricing for our commercial plans is on our Pricing page. Mapillary grants each customer a perpetual, non-transferable license to use Mapillary photos and any derived data for internal use.
For using Mapillary photos and data to create derivative products for resale, relicensing, and/or redistribution, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.Read more on our commercial offers
In the event that there are discrepancies between the different language versions of the website and apps, the English version should be considered as the correct version.