[Tagging] Gritting routes

Peter Wendorff wendorff at uni-paderborn.de
Sun Mar 23 23:19:58 UTC 2014


Hi Rob,
it's only a warning of josm. Read it as: "Hey, you made something which
may be an error. Are you sure it's what you wanted to do?" and if you
answer this question with yes, ignore it

On the other hand:
What's the benefit of having gritting routes in osm? are they stable?
Are they followed like bus routes, or changed according to weather
conditions and other parameters?

It may be my experience in mid-western Germany, away from any bigger
mountain, but here at most there are severity levels for particular
streets (which are first rank gritted, which are unimportant and so on).

If it's unstable or changing from year to year I would suggest not to
tag them at all.

regards
Peter

Am 23.03.2014 23:07, schrieb Rob Nickerson:
> Hi All,
> 
> I have some winter gritting/salting routes that I am trying to work out how
> best to tag them. I was thinking of creating a route relation, but I may
> need to add some new roles:
> 
> * "forward:grit" implies the gritting truck grits this road whilst
> travelling in the direction of the way.
> * "forward:travel" implies the gritting truck drives along the direction of
> the way but does NOT grit it.
> 
> Is this ok?
> 
> I also have a concern that JOSM warns me if I try to add the same road way
> to the route twice. For gritting routes this is necessary - for example,
> grit Road A to roundabout, u-turn and travel back on Road A (but do not
> grit). In this example Road A would have to be added to the relation twice
> first as forward:grit and then as backward:travel.
> 
> Is it okay if I ignore JOSMs error in this case?
> 
> Regards,
> Rob
> 
> 
> 
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