[Tagging] Wrong use of landuse=village_green - but what else to use?
yvecai at gmail.com
Mon Jan 9 07:14:41 UTC 2017
John, maybe you have something in your post: landcover=landscaping?
Le 9 janvier 2017 07:25:05 GMT+01:00, John Willis <johnw at mac.com> a écrit :
>> On Jan 9, 2017, at 1:39 PM, Bill Ricker <bill.n1vux at gmail.com> wrote:
>> It would be a great option, but that's not what the gardeners
>> maintaining the traffic islands, rotary or otherwise, are planting
>Tagging the trees and the flowerbeds is great - but all that other 1-3m
>tall green crap people maintain around roads is all hedges to me,
>unless it is just scrub or another wild landuse for unmaintained
>The road I'm driving in Tokyo right now has 3 types of (very thick)
>bushes along the road separating the road traffic from the pedestrians,
>some small mullberry trees and vines growing on frames to emulate a
>Out in the rural spots, the "grass" on small little places around the
>roads is usually thick weeds.
>It's all barrier=hedge to me. Tag the trees if you can.
>The grass in a highway median is overrun for out of control cars -
>clearly landuse=highway + landcover=grass. Grass in the center of a
>roundabout would be too.
>The hedges and landscaping are blocking People from walking, biking, or
>from dumping their garbage - or as some kind of landscaping to prevent
>people casually walking in the area - seems like barrier=hedge to me.
>Flowerbeds are great and very specific - but how often are there tended
>beds of flowers?
>They may not be hedgerows, but it is a barrier in many cases. They may
>be little bushes or vines. Or little tree shaped things. But as a
>group, it is a barrier, similar to how barrier=rope is a barrier - more
>symbolic than forceful.
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