[Talk-GB] Nottingham QMC Tram Station

Stuart Reynolds stuart at travelinesoutheast.org.uk
Tue Sep 6 06:57:37 UTC 2016


Great, thanks.
Stuart

On 5 Sep 2016, at 20:31, SK53 <sk53.osm at gmail.com<mailto:sk53.osm at gmail.com>> wrote:

I'll have a quick look in the morning & adjust the mapping accordingly (it's under 10 minutes walk away).

Cheers,

Jerry

On 5 September 2016 at 17:24, Stuart Reynolds <stuart at travelinesoutheast.org.uk<mailto:stuart at travelinesoutheast.org.uk>> wrote:
Hi to all the friendly Nottingham mappers out there! :)

Could someone please take a look at Nottingham QMC tram stop for me please. There are a small handful of things that I want to query:


  *   There is an entrance at the SW end of the platforms which is by stairs - there is a nice [square] spiral in OSM, but the levels look strange as they are all level 1, despite there being three turns around the spiral. Should these be half levels? As otherwise they look like they are all coincident.
  *   There is a footway connected to the lift at level 1 that links to the platform, but this footway also extends NW at level 1 and doesn't appear to connect to anything
  *   There is nothing connecting the lift at ground level (level 0) meaning that I cannot route into it.
  *   And I had always assumed that a lift was a "lift" node - this one has been drawn as a building with tags building=lift and highway=elevator, and two entrance nodes. This seems strange to me. Yes, it is in accordance with the wiki, but the elevator goes up and down, not round in a square, so it feels counter-intuitive to have a highway as an elevator (instead of as a node).

Many thanks

Regards,
Stuart Reynolds
for traveline south east & anglia




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