[Tagging] Formally informal sidewalks

Andre Engels andreengels at gmail.com
Sat Jul 15 12:40:46 UTC 2017


On Sat, Jul 15, 2017 at 12:04 PM, Svavar Kjarrval <svavar at kjarrval.is> wrote:

>>> where the footway ends
>>> prematurely, the routing software doesn't know it may suggest such a
>>> "jump" onto the street or not,
>> the end of the footway must be connected to the street if you are
>> able/allowed to switch to the street by foot.
>> If needed, cut the road : one segment with sidewalk=left/righ, second
>> segment with sidewalk=no
> Just to be clear: Is it valid, in your opinion, to connect the end of a
> footway along a street, directly to the street itself? That is, to
> continue the footway but make a direct connection from the end of the
> footway directly to the street.
> I'm not objecting to such a method, I've just been hesitant to apply it
> without approval by documentation or the community.

If 'follow the footway to the end, then move onto the street and
continue walking on the street' is a logical (or even possible)
walking route, then connecting the end of the footway to the street in
my opinion is not only valid, but actually the *only* correct way of
mapping that has the footway separately.


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André Engels, andreengels at gmail.com



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