[Tagging] kerb regulations: moving towards a tagging schema?

Peter Elderson pelderson at gmail.com
Fri Jun 21 19:36:23 UTC 2019


I am impressed by the high quality of this project. I think it could surely
be done in or with OSM. One question though: it seems to me it only works
if permanent quality control and quality assurance is in place. OSM is not
known for its reliability in that respect, you simply cannot guarantee that
there is data and that the data is complete, correct and verifiable at any
given time.

How will you go about that?

Fr gr Peter Elderson


Op vr 21 jun. 2019 om 04:43 schreef Emily Eros <emily.eros at gmail.com>:

> Hi mailing list,
>
> Kerb/curb management has become a hot topic for city governments and
> companies, but there's not really a way to map parking and other
> restrictions in OSM. There's been some discussion of the importance and
> applications, but not a proposal.
>
> In my day job at SharedStreets, I've been working with city governments
> and companies who are interested in having a data standard to communicate
> about the kerb/curb, sort of like what GTFS does for transit. So I did some
> digging into OSM to see what this currently looks like and how OSM could
> also be able to store this regulatory data, if that's something that people
> want to map. Since this is really long, I've put it up as a blog post here:
> https://medium.com/sharedstreets/openstreetmap-and-curb-regulations-7812ee582a33
>
> I'd love to hear from people about what they think about this as a general
> approach.
>
> If there's a group that's interested in getting together to have a
> conversation about this in real-time, then we could also put a working
> group together, formally or informally.
>
> Best,
> Emily
>
>
>
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