[OSM-talk] Vertical ways (staircase)
courriel at stephane-brunner.ch
Wed Jan 6 08:05:59 GMT 2010
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In Lausanne I have similar problems with public external lift !
Ture Pålsson a écrit :
> How should I map a staircase connecting a bridge to a street below? My
> initial thought was to approximate it with a vertical way with
> highway=steps, but is it even possible to have a vertical way? I.e,
> can you have two nodes at the same lat/lon but with different layers?
> (Do nodes even have layers?) Or should I try to map the actual
> zigzagging/spiralling of the steps? But that, too, leaves me with the
> question of how to map things that project on the same spot on the
> ground. Cheat completely and map it as a steep, but not vertical, way?
> The route in  would be considerably shorter if the router "knew"
> that there are stairs between Norrbackagatan and the bridge.
> -- Ture
>  <http://maps.cloudmade.com/?lat=59.338005&lng=18.032169&zoom=17&directions=59.33924112582132,18.031471967697144,59.33603484441543,18.033864498138428&travel=foot>
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