[Tagging] Minibus routes

tomoya muramoto muramototomoya at gmail.com
Thu Sep 8 12:45:29 UTC 2016


2016-09-08 18:08 GMT+09:00 Felix Delattre <felix-lists at delattre.de>:

>Inside the city center the bus would stop on dedicated bus stops, but once
they are out of the densely populated area, they stop on people's demand.

In Japan, there are such kind of bus route too.

So "on_demand=yes" flag on bus route relation is not enough for me.
And I don't want to make an OSM object for a virtual platform.

I would propose
 to add Way (part of the bus route) where bus stops on demand as
"stop_position" role on the bus relation.
 (or we can define another role like "stop_position_on_demand")

In the current scheme "stop_position" role is limited to "Node on the way".
But I think "stop_position" can be expanded to Way.
http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Proposed_features/Public_Transport

muramoto

2016-09-08 18:17 GMT+09:00 √Čric Gillet <gill3t.3ric+osm at gmail.com>:

> 2016-09-08 9:19 GMT+02:00 Martin Koppenhoefer <dieterdreist at gmail.com>:
>>
>> > - Are those built/maintained by the bus company or a related contractor
>> ?
>>
>> it doesn't matter who builds or maintains the bus stop, the important
>> thing is that the bus stops there. There could be a contractor building and
>> maintaining them, also for "free" (financing them through advertising,
>> that's what Wall AG does for instance)
>>
>
> As said by OP, some platforms/shelters are unofficial, so they may be
> unrelated to PT. Of course we don't really care about who does build and
> maintain them, but it helps to tell whether they are platforms/shelters
> designated for PT or not.
>
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