[mkgmap-dev] Turn restriction for highway=motorway[_link]From Dave F. davefox at madasafish.com on Wed Aug 4 21:21:56 BST 2010
On 04/08/2010 19:57, WanMil wrote: >> El 04/08/10 17:10, Marko Mäkelä escribió: >>> Unless you can provide an example where a two-way motorway link that is >>> tagged as oneway=no is misbehaving, I think we should leave the default >>> style as is. (A lazy mapper could forget the oneway=yes, assuming that >>> "everyone knows" that motorway links are oneway, and you could get bogus >>> instructions "leave the motorway at the next entry (not exit)".) >>> >> I think that is reasonable, so leave the default style as it is now. > Marko, > I think you should remove the add oneway=yes. > There are a lot of highway=motorway_link that are no oneways and are not > tagged with oneway=no. Most mappers do not use oneway=no, because the > common understanding of oneway is that oneway=no is superfluous. > I know that most of these links should be referenced by two ways, but at > the moment they aren't. To follow on from what Ralf said; as oneway=yes is implied, removing it will turn them all to two-way. There are far more one-ways than two. The two-way links without the oneway=no are incorrectly tagged & should be amended. Cheers Dave F.
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