[OSM-newbies] How to map a place that allows to cross a waterway=stream
dave_ebling at yahoo.co.uk
Fri Dec 5 08:25:10 GMT 2008
I'd map it with a trail going straight over, sharing a node with the stream. Just like a level crossing between a railway line and a road.
Or did I misunderstand?
--- On Thu, 4/12/08, Stefan Breunig <stefan at mathphys.fsk.uni-heidelberg.de> wrote:
> From: Stefan Breunig <stefan at mathphys.fsk.uni-heidelberg.de>
> Subject: [OSM-newbies] How to map a place that allows to cross a waterway=stream
> To: newbies at openstreetmap.org
> Date: Thursday, 4 December, 2008, 9:02 PM
> The problem is:
> There's a small waterway=stream and there are trails
> from both sides,
> but there is no bridge or ford or anything else that would
> crossing the stream. It's just a place without bushes
> and trees and
> the stream is relatively small so crossing is easier. How
> should I tag
> this feature so it allows routing software to understand?
> It's easily
> understandable for humans that this place is probably
> suitable for
> crossing since there are trails from both sides, but that
> there's no
> special "thing" that allows that. However,
> navigation software of
> course won't route there.
> Any ideas?
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