[OSM-dev] Modeling OSM sidewalk data

Komяpa me at komzpa.net
Tue Jul 12 09:15:01 UTC 2016


Hi Paul,

Both ways are only applicable to cities with blocky structure.
In ex-USSR, architecture of cities is different, and footways / sidewalks
graph is more complicated than a replica of roads for cars, so all the
sidewalks have to be drawn separately.

See, for instance, https://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=16/53.9446/27.7170

вт, 12 июл. 2016 г. в 10:45, Paul Norman <penorman at mac.com>:

> I'm working on putting OSM sidewalk data into PostgreSQL with
> ClearTables (https://github.com/ClearTables/ClearTables/issues/39) and
> looking at two different ways, and wondering if anyone has experience
> modeling it.
>
> There are two obvious options
>
> 1. Have a sidewalk column with an enum type with both/left/right/neither
>
> 2. Have sidewalk_left and sidewalk_right boolean columns
>
> I can see advantages and disadvantages to both.
>
> Does anyone have experience consuming OSM sidewalk data and have
> thoughts about what would be better to work with?
>
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