[Imports] SASA bus stops import
elliott.plack at gmail.com
Sat Sep 28 06:27:42 UTC 2013
Bus mapping expert here :) bus stops, in my experience, are hard to map in OSM and can clutter urban centers. I like to see people add routes though. You can do a lot of cool stuff with the routes, like make better bus maps, or get a more detailed map of the route.
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On Fri, Sep 27, 2013 at 6:57 PM, Jason Remillard
<remillard.jason at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Martin,
> I am not a bus tagging expert ....
> - I think you would be able to put operator=SASA on all of the nodes.
> - The name tag should be what appears on the sign at the stop. Not
> sure if they sign it in both languages with a hyphen or not.
> - You should see if SASA has a GTFS feed and see what they are using
> for station id. If it is the SASA:ref, then you may want to include it
> as some kind of gtfs tag, or just use it in the ref tag. Being able to
> link OSM to the GTFS feed would be useful.
> - I thought the bus routes were setup with relations, rather than
> route_ref tag. Not sure if the route_ref is actually used or not? It
> is perfectly ok to import just the stations leaving out the routes.
> On Fri, Sep 27, 2013 at 4:12 AM, Martin Raifer <tyr.asd at gmail.com> wrote:
>> We are planning to import the bus stops from the "open.sasabz.it" dataset.
>> These are bus stops served by SASA, a local public bus service operator in
>> South Tyrol, Italy. The dataset is originally only available as cc-by-sa-nc,
>> but they gave us the permission to import all 889 of their bus stops into
>> OSM. Read the import plan for more information:
>> As this is my first OSM-import I'd appreciate comments :)
>> Best wishes,
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