[talk-ph] Tagging bridges and tunnels
schadow1 at gmail.com
Wed Feb 18 18:44:20 UTC 2015
Perfect, Eugene. Just what I thought of. Maybe we should place this info
on Philippine mapping convention wiki.
I'm having a hard time redoing and undoing edits for the bridge and tunnel
names and I guess we need to make this a standard.
And as for using ref no., Philippines I believe is not familiar about
numbers and they prefer road names. Ref numbers can only be used for
for Schadow1 Expeditions
a Filipino must not be a stranger to his own motherland.
On Feb 19, 2015 1:35 AM, "Eugene Alvin Villar" <seav80 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Ervin,
> Option 1 is what I do.
> Take note that if we have a way with highway=something and bridge=yes,
> then the object is primarily a highway/road and the bridge is only an
> aspect or property of the highway/road segment. Therefore, the name=* tag
> should be the name of the highway/road. And then put the name of the bridge
> on the bridge:name=* tag.
> Besides, it will be very weird to have a long highway with unconnected
> names just because there are bridges along the highway.
> The only time I would put the name of the bridge on the name=* tag is if
> the roads from both ends of the bridge have different names. For example,
> the bridge formerly called Del Pan in Manila:
> On Wed, Feb 18, 2015 at 5:34 PM, Ervin Malicdem <schadow1 at gmail.com>
>> Query regarding tagging bridges.
>> What is the appropriate way of tagging bridges?
>> Option1: Use the name of the road, and place the name of the bridge under
>> bridge:name or the name of the tunnel under tunnel:name
>> Option2: Use the name of the bridge/tunnel, omit the road name
>> Ervin M.
>> *Schadow1 Expeditions* - A Filipino must not be a stranger to his own
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