[Talk-GB] User dataone: "splitting into 2 way to tag restriction "
colin.smale at xs4all.nl
Thu Oct 22 20:31:55 UTC 2015
AFAIK Kent doesn't go round putting 2m width limits on country lanes -
more likely to be 6'6" "except for access". A random spot-check on his
most recent changesets with Google Streetview shows indeed 6'6" "except
for access" so he may actually be correct, except for the discutable
correctness of the conversion to metres and the absence of anything for
the "except for access" bit (how do we even tag that anyway?). I wonder
what his source is..... is this manual surveying, or is it cruising
round the countryside in GSV?
On 2015-10-22 21:52, Philip Barnes wrote:
> I had been meaning to express my concerns over dataOne with the list,
> although as I added a new changeset comment yesterday and pm'd him
> about one from last week which he has not responded to, I was waiting
> for one more edit that so far hasn't happened.
> My concern has been over a very large number of maxwidth=2 in Kent, it
> feels wrong, I am not in Kent to verify but would be surprised if Kent
> is that far out of step with other UK LAs.
> In http://www.openstreetmap.org/changeset/34325458 comments Zain Ahmad
> Hashmi mentions PIE mapping, which is is for commercial truck routing.
> My suspicion is that he is using the legal maxwidth tag to block roads
> to HGVs, even where there is no maxwidth in force. A max width of 2m
> will restrict tractors and some range rovers.
> Phil (trigpoint)
> On Thu, 2015-10-22 at 20:26 +0100, Dave F. wrote:
>> Hello again.
>> User Zain Ahmad Hashmi is still at it with "Improving road network"
>> edits ,which as far as I can see are just adding maxweight tags. The
>> couple I've
>> checked seem legit, but the edits are wide spread implying it's not
>> local knowledge. I'm correct in thinking there's no open database
>> this info, aren't I?
>> To me, with the maxhieght & maxweight tags being added over a large
>> area, it suggests someone with interests in developing a routing
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