[Tagging] stop area hierarchy

Jo winfixit at gmail.com
Tue Nov 15 21:01:51 UTC 2016


That's the only way stop_area relations are useful for me. To relate a
platform to stop_positions. When I'm building route relations, I have all
the platforms in the correct order. What I then want to figure out is which
ways need to be added to the route relation. Having 2 platforms and 2
stop_postiions in one stop_area is no help in that case. And if it can be
resolved by means of proximity, then the stop_area wasn't needed for that
purpose.

Polyglot

2016-11-15 19:50 GMT+01:00 Tijmen Stam <mailinglists at iivq.net>:

> On 15-11-16 18:26, Jo wrote:
>
>> I tend to ignore those validator messages from JOSM. We could invent
>> stop_area_group, but  then we would simply get different warnings.
>>
>> When I make stop_area relations, I include everything that belongs
>> together for one side of the road or that belongs to 1 platform in a bus
>> station.
>>
>
> Whoa, that's quite different from how I interpret the stop_area. For
> example, for a "normal" bus stop, this would include 4 nodes (or 2 nodes
> and 2 ways): a platform and a stop_position for each direction.
>
> A bus station with 6 platforms would contain 12 nodes/ways at least, 2 per
> platform, + associated shelters, station nodes etc.
>
> What makes you think a stop_area belongs to exactly one
> stop_position+platform?
>
> Tijmen
>
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