[talk-au] Berry Train Station
andrew.harvey4 at gmail.com
Tue Apr 2 13:12:53 UTC 2019
According to the wiki, railway=station areas start at the entrance signal
from the perspective of the train, not the passenger, so based on that, the
area would enlarge.
However I wouldn't have though this entrance signal has any correlation to
the cadastral parcels, which is what it seems you're proposing? Do you have
any knowledge that indicates it does? I thought the parcels which make up
the rail corridor were arbitrary and internal boundaries don't represent
PS. If you're planning on importing cadastre, I'd appreciate a few dot
points on your plan, so the community has some visibility.
On Tue, 2 Apr 2019 at 22:07, Sebastian Spiess <mapping at consebt.de> wrote:
> This is follow on from the previous discussion about the Sydney train
> The Berry station (public_transport=station) is currently outlined by
> Thanks to the meet up last weekend I was introduced to QGIS and the NSW
> data source.
> If I import the areas of each plot of land the train station is quite a
> big area. See the screenshot here: https://prnt.sc/n6cg12
> My question is now should the complete area be tagged landuse=railway
> AND railway=station which is how I understand the wiki when using an
> What are your thoughts?
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