[Tagging] (Mini)Roundabout: examples
imagic.osm at gmail.com
Fri May 18 07:57:50 BST 2012
Sorry to start this again, but yesterday evening was a little difficult. ;-)
I reread the description and tagging of the example. If I understood
you correct - please correct me if not - you are confused because
about this: "A ROUND place with a traversable ISLAND". So "round" and
"island" are the problem - right?
Actually the description just states what can be seen on the photo. A
highway=turning_circle still is a widened space of whatever shape and
with no or a traversable island. Nothing changed and should be changed
in the definition of the tag.
Did I understood you correct? If so, I'm thinking about a more clear
wording for this example. Also the statement "A turning circle is a
widened space on a two-way street without any center island." should
be updated to include "fully traversable island".
Thanks for your feedback,
2012/5/17 Tobias Johansson <tj at mensa.se>:
> On the page you referensed to. in the table with pictures it says "A
> round place with a traversable island in the middle, but this is
> neither a mini-roundabout nor a roundabout, but instead a turning
> circle, which allows large vehicles to turn around. "
> 2012/5/17 Martin Vonwald (Imagic) <imagic.osm at gmail.com>:
>> But this is exactly the definition of turning_place: a widening of the road without any island.
>> Am 17.05.2012 um 22:23 schrieb Tobias Johansson <tj at mensa.se>:
>>> There is one thing. In Sweden we have something called "Vändplats"
>>> roughly translated "turnaroundplace" usally in sweden we have used
>>> highway=turning_circle for this.
>>> According to this definition almost no "vändplats" would be
>>> turning_circles because:
>>> They are almost never circular (except new ones beeing built today).
>>> And there is no island in the middle.
>>> In many cases they ar more like a widening of the road so its possible
>>> to make a three-point-turn.
>>> I dont think anyone i sweden will change how we map this in Sweden
>>> because of this definition. But how do you guys feel about this?
>>> Best Regards Thod
>>> 2012/5/17 Martin Vonwald <imagic.osm at gmail.com>:
>>>> I updated now the english article:
>>>> Translations will follow in the next days.
>>>> Many thanks to everyone who took part in the discussion and provided
>>>> valuable feedback.
>>>> Stay tuned - I'll come back to you for the next article soon ;-)
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