[Tagging] Formally informal sidewalks

marc marc marc_marc_irc at hotmail.com
Sun Jul 16 20:53:35 UTC 2017


Le 16. 07. 17 à 22:17, Nick Bolten a écrit
>>>> A crossing is a node, not asection/way.  
>>>> So put one kerb=raised on the way and kerb=lowered on the node.
>>> Which node would get kerb=lowered? 
>>> Since I'm talking about driveways, is it the node shared by the
>>> driveway and street?
>> yes
 > how do we figure out if it's left/right side? kerb:left/right=*?
All crossing between a sidewalk and a driveways I have tag have the same 
type of kerb on each side. It's why I use kerb=lowered without any need 
for left/right details, it is for the whole crossing.

Therefore I never needed to ask myself how I tag a useless mixed layout 
A crossing with a raised kerb on one side and a lowered kerb on the 
other side is as unusable for wheelchair as if it was raised on both sides.
Maybe a new value like kerb=mixed or bad or nonsensical :-)
For a T crossing (one street and a sidewalk), maybe kerb=raised because 
feature is the same (forget the lowered side as it is useless)
I agree it is not perfect, this crossing also :-)
But currently it is the only way to have a full working routing between 
2 sidewalk hoocked to a way.

Regards,
Marc


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