[Tagging] Mapping nonexistent paths
pelderson at gmail.com
Sun Mar 21 22:32:52 UTC 2021
I think this issue is also addressed in the footway=link proposal:
For pedestrians, there are many places where an area is crossed while only
an entry point and an exit point exist. There may or may not be a physical
path. I count the presence of visible entry points and exit points as
verifiablity of the path that most pedestrians will take. On unpaved
surfaces, usually you can see a trail where most people walk, though it may
be weak or even disappear e.g. when it rains.
Op zo 21 mrt. 2021 om 23:10 schreef brad <bradhaack at fastmail.com>:
> A nonexistant path shouldn't be mapped.
> On 3/21/21 12:22 PM, Seth Deegan wrote:
> Should nonexistent paths (paths with no indication of usage) that are only
> mapped for suggestive routing purposes be mapped with *informal=yes*, or
> another tag like *virtual=yes*?
> See this Wiki discussion
> lectrician1 <https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/User:Lectrician1>
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