[mkgmap-dev] motorway_link not always onewayFrom Marko Mäkelä marko.makela at iki.fi on Tue Oct 26 21:52:20 BST 2010
On Tue, Oct 26, 2010 at 10:23:28PM +0200, Martin Simon wrote: >-on many motorway_links (that i was aware of) people removed the >"unneccessary" oneway=no tags in the following months Did you consider adding note='this is oneway=no because the default for motorway_link is oneway=yes'? :-) Luckily, the motorway_links haven't been subject to an edit war in Finland. There has been some edit war and debate regarding cycleways (which IMO should be tagged as highway=path, segregated=yes/no, bicycle=designated, foot=designated, moped=yes/no, surface=*, lit=yes/no; others want it highway=cycleway, although the ways are almost never marked with a bicycle traffic sign only). As you can see from the above example, I prefer explicit tagging too. It can be a bit overwhelming for beginners, but implied things and country defaults are nasty for anything that tries to interpret the map data. Marko PS: Any objections if the default style adds surface=paved to motorways and motorway links? What does the Vienna convention say about motorways? Does it require a paved surface?
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