[Tagging] stop area hierarchy
winfixit at gmail.com
Wed Nov 16 15:23:27 UTC 2016
In bus stations all stops have names like Brussels North Station Platform
1", so all the names are different, which is why I created separate
stop_area there too.
This is the situation where I create most stop_area relations. For the
69000 other stops around the country I'm less keen on creating them. Same
goes for the stop_area nodes on the ways. Usually which highway is used can
be determined using 'proximity search', even when only nodes of the ways
can be searched for (only nodes have coordinates in OSM).
2016-11-16 15:23 GMT+01:00 Michael Tsang <miklcct at gmail.com>:
> On Tuesday 15 November 2016 19:50:14 Tijmen Stam wrote:
> > 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.
> In Hong Kong, we always consider bus stops in opposite directions
> different bus
> stops (including the information systems of bus companies). So, for a pair
> bus stops for different directions, even they have the same name and share
> same stop_position, I make 2 stop_areas, one for each direction, possibly
> sharing the stop_position. We seldom consider "crossing the road to change
> bus" to be the same as transferring at the same spot (原站轉車), as in the
> case of
> platforms immediately adjacent to the other on the same side of the road.
> Though, in bus stations, we consider all platforms and stop_positions to be
> the same stop_area, even they are on different tracks (車坑), again, the same
> practice as bus companies.
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