[Tagging] Feature Proposal - RFC - Evacuation Route

Eric H. Christensen eric at aehe.us
Mon Aug 6 05:27:49 UTC 2018


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On August 6, 2018 12:30 AM, Warin <61sundowner at gmail.com> wrote:

> I'd think this should be a relation - not a way.
> At the moment the proposals says it is only a way.
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> And it might be better to place it directly in the emergency key?
> Say emergency=evacuation_route??? Humm emergency says it is not for relations. Arr well.

We went down this path, I think, last summer.  The expectation is that these route made up of roads.  I'm not sure why one would include a node in this.  This is likely going to be part of the emergency project but probably not the emergency key which isn't really for routes.

> Rendering... yes .. a rendering for emergency use would be good.
> Possibly this can be done for small areas rather than the world.
> Emergency evacuation centres, routes etc.

I'm not sure I understand this.  I suspect these types of routes are preplanned in many different countries.

> Evacuation routes may also be made for other things .. e.g. fire .. so I'd add a '/*' at the end to accommodate things we have not though about.

Even if you create a route for a fire, and I'm assuming you're talking about a building fire, you'd be showing routes inside of a building which would require ways.  I don't think the existing proposal would prevent someone from expanding to such things *but* I'm trying to tackle the problem of evacuation routes along roads that have been preplanned for emergencies and disasters.

Eric
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