[Talk-in] Time for consensus
thePlaneMad at gmail.com
Wed Oct 15 10:46:21 BST 2008
Kenneth, the issue i see in tagging a road according to its condition is
that its state changes very frequently. the condition of roads here go from
excellent to no road and back in a period of a year. whereas its importance
will never change, nh67 is and will remain the preferred route even if it is
reduced to a dirt track because it is a strategic highway. now suppose the
govt relays nh67 who will update it on the map? so unless we have a
dedicated team travelling through every road everyday we will never know the
actual condition of the road?
On Tue, Oct 14, 2008 at 11:16 AM, Kenneth Gonsalves
<lawgon at thenilgiris.com>wrote:
> On Tuesday 14 October 2008 10:59:48 am Shajeer Mohammed wrote:
> > The expressways which are now limited in numbers can be marked a
> > I am also opposed to the tagging scheme based on road conditions. I am
> > with any system that we come up for roads with in a city.
> so you would tag a single lane highway like nh67 as trunk or primary? What
> purpose will it serve? Maps are for motorists and they are entitled to get
> accurate information. If you check OSM worldwide, you will find that
> is classifying the roads according to the ground reality. I will tag the
> highways as I see them.
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