[Talk-transit] Bus stop map
christoph at b3e.net
Tue Sep 22 23:03:07 BST 2009
Chris Hill <osm at raggedred.net> schrieb:
> It was partly because I struggled with NOVAM that I knocked up this
> overlay. I couldn't reconcile the NOVAM rules with the stops I have
As Thomas already said the rules were based on the tagging scheme from
the Birmingham import. They were also devised with the idea of
implementing a web-based bus-stops merging tool. However this idea has
been dropped as it is very easy to "merge" bus stops within josm.
I discussed a change of the colour scheme with Peter Miller a couple of
weeks ago on the West Midlands list:
At the moment I am moving to a new server and do not have time to do
any changes on NOVAM. But I plan to implement new rules in October.
It would be interesting to know which rules you used for your overlay.
> and I couldn't get the NOVAM map to print, so I couldn't take
> a paper reference out to use on the ground.
I never thought about the posibility of printing from NOVAM. I will see
if I can create a stylesheet for printing when I find time.
> I also needed an up-to-date map to show the local council what's
> going on.
The NOVAM is updated every five minutes from the OSM database (There
was a problem a couple of days ago, when the update process crashed but
this is fixed now).
> Cheers, Chris
> Thomas Wood wrote:
> > The Mappa Mercia guys have their NOVAM tool available UK-wide, it
> > updates fairly regularly.
> > However, it has some issues with deciding how to render stops. Since
> > its following the Birmingham-style default-off tagging scheme rather
> > than default-on that every other county (to date) has requested.
> >  http://www.mappa-mercia.org/cgi-bin/novam.wsgi/viewer.html
> > 2009/9/22 Chris Hill <osm at raggedred.net>:
> >> I have been trying to keep track of NaPTAN bus stops that have been
> >> verified in Hull. I have just roughed up an overlay for the map
> >> with icons to show progress. 
> >> It uses a text file that I extracted from a download from the
> >> geofabrik download pages. It has 1300 markers, so it takes a
> >> moment to load. If anyone is interested I could make make the
> >> code (such as it is) available, or extend this to other areas.
> >>  http://bus.raggedred.net/
> >> Cheers, Chris
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