[OSM-newbies] Long Distance Hiking Routes
t_k_hook at yahoo.co.uk
Thu Jul 2 09:19:51 BST 2009
I had already found the Long Distance Path page which was what prompted
me to start the Ouse Valley Way (a path which I've been planning on
walking the entire length of for a while anyway - albeit in sections)
Thanks for replying.
Mike Harris wrote:
> I do quite a few long-distance paths like this. By now everyone will have
> told you to use relations! You might also want to look at
> And edit to keep it up to date - it's a very useful summary.
> Mike Harris
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Trevor Hook [mailto:t_k_hook at yahoo.co.uk]
> Sent: 30 June 2009 12:56
> To: Open Street Map Questions
> Subject: [OSM-newbies] Long Distance Hiking Routes
> I've started mapping the Ouse Valley Way which is a long distance path
> running through East Anglia but I've run into a problem.
> The route is using footpath/bridges etc which have already been named, when
> I go to name the route by selecting all the paths used by the route I've
> mapped so far, JOSM appears to be overwritting the name name of the
> individual components of the route (i.e. a bridge can only have 1 name tag
> but could have several routes running over it).
> How am I suppose to handle this situations? Select everything that makes up
> the route and name it Ouse Valley Way anyway?
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