[Tagging] RFC - Connectivity

Tobias Wrede list at tobias-wrede.de
Tue Apr 30 13:48:05 UTC 2019

Leif, there already is a similar proposal: 
It has never left draft status but it has been used by some mappers. 
There even is a JOSM plugin to create such relations.


Am 23.04.2019 um 16:32 schrieb Simon Poole:
> Be prepared for everybody to jump on you, because: 
> https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Proposed_features/transit
> Am 22.04.2019 um 17:55 schrieb Leif Rasmussen:
>> Hi everyone!
>> I have recently been mapping a lot of turn:lanes information on 
>> highways in my area, but ran into the issue that turn:lanes fails to 
>> store all of the necessary information in many junctions.  Multi-lane 
>> roundabouts, single point urban interchanges, 5 way intersections 
>> with divided roads, and other cases are all too complex for 
>> turn:lanes to handle.
>> Because of this, I have created a proposal for a simple type of 
>> from-via-to relation that would provide information about how lanes 
>> in the "from" way connect to those in the "to" way at any point where 
>> it isn't clear.  These relations are very similar to turn 
>> restrictions, and like turn restrictions, wont be needed in most 
>> intersections.
>> The relation would also be able to store the same information as 
>> could have been possible with transit:lanes, just without the many 
>> maintenance issues that came that system.
>> https://wiki.osm.org/wiki/Proposed_features/Connectivity
>> All feedback on how to potentially improve the proposal would be 
>> highly appreciated!
>> Thanks,
>> Leif Rasmussen
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