[Tagging] Public Transport Timetables Proposal RFC
aguztinqui at gmail.com
Fri Nov 2 03:30:06 UTC 2018
I do not agree with adding schedules of departures to OSM, where I live
would be almost impossible to maintain, more than 200 bus routes, most with
frequencies less than 20 minutes, with more than 50 stops each route, stops
with 15 different routes , the frequencies vary according to the time of
day, there are routes that have a frequency of 6 minutes, imagine uploading
all that information and that the company decides to change 2 minutes the
I prefer to use this proposal:
https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Proposed_features/Interval to indicate
the usual frequency of each route, that would be very useful.
Public Transport Timetables Proposal RFC
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> The timetable proposal would not affect existing OSM data. It would simply
> add new relations having existing features as members of those relations.
> If timetables are out of date for a certain route, a contributor could
> simply delete all of the timetable relations that are parents of that
> route. Rather than maintainability being the issue, it would be actually
> re-adding the deleted data that would be hard.
> This type of data is more useful on train routes, which are better
> maintained than bus routes. Bus routes with complex or often changing
> schedules should just be given the tags "interval" and
> "interval:conditional" and not full schedule data.
> My main point is that no harm can be done by this proposal. If people
> don't like timetables, they can simply ignore them. If they are not being
> maintained, the relations can easily be deleted without affecting the
> routes in place. No harm done. In many cases, however, bus route and
> train route schedules are very simply, and it would be a shame to not be
> able to add schedule data to those routes.
> Before voting, I will split up the proposal into three different proposals.
> * The "interval" tag.
> * Full ferry route timetables.
> * Timetable relations.
> This way, people can choose to approve some of the new features and vote
> against others.
> What do people think of the ferry route schedules proposal? I have only
> heard feedback on bus routes so far, and I am not sure what people think of
> the ferry route system that I have come up with. It would simply just be a
> couple of new tags added to ferry route ways.
> Leif Rasmussen
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