davefox at madasafish.com
Sat Apr 10 12:01:01 BST 2010
> On Thu, Apr 8, 2010 at 9:36 PM, Dave F. <davefox at madasafish.com
> <mailto:davefox at madasafish.com>> wrote:
> I disagree with this. I think they should be accurately mapped where
> they actually are.
> I hope you also create a relation saying that the 3 traffic signals
> belong to the same intersection
Do you have an example of this?
> and another one saying in which direction they apply.
I think this can be solved by logic. You'd know the country you're in
therefore know what side of the road you drive. From that it can be
worked out whether your travelling towards the junction; or away &
therefore ignore the node.
> And if you want to be really accurate, you should draw a line for the
> pedestrian crossing, or at least a node, seperated from the traffic
> signal because they are not at the same position
But they are at the same position. The pedestrian crossing has control
over the traffic lights to change them to red to allow users to cross.
Please don't assume traffic lights are purely for vehicular use.
> (as said on the wiki for crossing=traffic_signals).
Sorry, I can't see where it says that.
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