[Talk-transit] JOSM Plugin
richard.mann.westoxford at googlemail.com
Mon Aug 24 09:13:04 BST 2009
I use frequency= to record the off-peak Mon-Fri service frequency per hour
(so for one every 20 mins, frequency=3). Which I must add as a suggestion to
Ideally editor support would be available for handling 50+ relations on a
way (a not uncommon situation on a central urban street).
On Sat, Aug 22, 2009 at 5:06 PM, Roland Olbricht <roland.olbricht at gmx.de>wrote:
> Hello everybody,
> I would like to add to the map the bus routes of Wuppertal. After starting
> with a sample (4 out of about 50 routes), it turned out to be a tedious
> due to poor tool support. Thus, I'm thinking about writing a JOSM plugin to
> simplify editing.
> Are there already efforts to write better editor support? On what data
> representation should this based?
> There doesn't seem to be consenus about what representation to use.
> There are some, partly contradictive, propositions
> (and probably others)
> and all of them only partly fit to the following concerns I have:
> - I'd like to differentiate between networks for different times of the
> For example, for the Paris bus network there are even distinct maps:
> The network has services that run only during daytime, services running
> in the evening, services running in the evening a different mission than
> during daytime and services running always the same mission.
> - Some of the services run through loops. E.g.
> | |
> they run ABECD in one direction and DCFBECFBA in the other direction. The
> standard route model with unordered data does not allow to distinguish this
> from ABECFBECD forth and DCFBA back.
> - I'd like to give some indication about the frequency: there are services
> like bus 587 running once per day as opposed to services like 608 running
> every 10 minutes.
> - I'd like to give some indication about connections between different
> services. Some services always wait for each other to allow to change
> quickly. Some services intentionally have coordinated timetables, i.e.
> the busses of line 627 and 637 partly run in parallel. One is departing at
> stop at 00 und 20, the other at 40, so they offer together a ride every 20
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