bjohas+mw at gmail.com
Wed Jul 6 14:05:56 UTC 2016
thanks for the response. Sure, the features can be mapped separately.
However, how would you look for subway_entrances that are accessible? If
the lift is mapped separately, it won't be mapped as a subway_entrance (as
there should only be one subway_entrance per physical entrance)?
It would be much simpler to the map users (e.g. via OSMAND) to view
accessible entrances as a single POI. Extracting "subway_entrance + nearby
elevator (with the function of accessing the subway)" seems like an error
What do you mean by:
> also in an abstract fashion if you don't have the knowledge to do detailed
> station mapping.
On 6 July 2016 at 14:20, Martin Koppenhoefer <dieterdreist at gmail.com> wrote:
> sent from a phone
> Il giorno 06 lug 2016, alle ore 14:23, Bjoern Hassler <bjohas+mw at gmail.com>
> ha scritto:
> In my view, it would make sense the label subway_entrances e.g. as follows:
> indicating that the entrance ("conceptually" offers these features). Do
> you agree?
> this particular combination seems a bit odd, wheelchairs typically require
> a lift/elevator, which I would map on its own. steps and ramps could
> ideally be mapped with geometry, also in an abstract fashion if you don't
> have the knowledge to do detailed station mapping.
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