[Tagging] bridge:name and tunnel:name

Mateusz Konieczny matkoniecz at tutanota.com
Sun Aug 16 09:39:25 UTC 2020




Aug 15, 2020, 23:48 by dieterdreist at gmail.com:

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>> On 15. Aug 2020, at 17:33, Arne Johannessen <arne at thaw.de> wrote:
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>> Therefore, the tunnel's name is the primary name for that particular way, and thus belongs into the name=* tag.
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>> The full name tagging for a road tunnel should usually look like this:
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>> name=The Tunnel
>> highway:name=The Road
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> I would see this as an awkward exception to the whole system if we followed your reasoning and said that in the case of highway=* + a specific property this property would change the semantics and the property would define the feature while the highway (or waterway) would become secondary.
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> To me it seems clear that a tunnel is often more than just the road leading through it, so that the logical consequence is that the tunnel=yes is interpreted as a thing being inside a tunnel (i.e. tunnel is implicit), just as it is the case with bridges (man_made=bridge is the bridge, bridge=yes means on a bridge).
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+1 - highway=secondary + tunnel=yes represents road in a tunnel. You can use man_made=tunnel
or something similar for tunnel.


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