[Tagging] What is a VTC car in OSM ?
yopaseopor at gmail.com
Tue Aug 21 15:57:35 UTC 2018
> i.e. they are similar to traditional rental vehicles with drivers, while
> other concepts were more aiming at circumventing regulation (which seems
> was ultimately not succesful, in the EU there was a decision to regard them
> as transport company and not as IT service company, as they had argued, and
> many countries have banned their business either as a whole, or significant
> parts of it).
Ok but that is not the object of that discussion . I have some official
spots for them in the Barcelona's Harbour (and I'm sure if I search in
other transportation important places I will find more. How can I map it?
Should I have to make a subtag like .e.g. :
prsv (private service vehicle) =designated ?
On Tue, Aug 21, 2018 at 3:55 PM, Martin Koppenhoefer <dieterdreist at gmail.com
> 2018-08-21 14:29 GMT+02:00 Warin <61sundowner at gmail.com>:
>> If there are specific parking or resting areas for vehicles that provide
>> a kind of service like these, we should craft the definitions carefully and
>> see what we need to require in order to be able to identify and distinguish
>> the different classes that we want.
>> Rather than "what we want" it should be "what exists".
>> What is being mapped?
>> Places where these vehicles are parked? For what reason are they parked?
>> Is it restricted to only these kind of vehicles?
>> Or an office where these vehicles are managed?
> question was for a place with reserved parking, my question was about the
> "these vehicles" part: _which_ vehicles, because as I tried to explain in
> my mail, not all vehicle rental with drivers are the same class (what we
> want vs. "what exists": classes do not exist without someone creating it,
> it is us who decide what kind of class according to what kind of criteria
> we create - for mapping in osm). Example: it could be sufficient to have
> just one tag (or "class") for all kinds of vehicles (likely not for most of
> the OSM mappers though).
> Already looking at Uber alone, it is clear they have quite different
> divisions which offer different services which will likely fall into
> different classes, e.g. Uberpop, UberBlack, Uber-Lux, Uber-SUV, Uber-X,
> Uber-XL, UberSelect and Uber-Van. AFAIK Uber-X and UberBlack drivers are
> required to hold a transportation license, i.e. they are similar to
> traditional rental vehicles with drivers, while other concepts were more
> aiming at circumventing regulation (which seems was ultimately not
> succesful, in the EU there was a decision to reagrd them as transport
> company and not as IT service company, as they had argued, and many
> countries have banned their business either as a whole, or significant
> parts of it).
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