[Talk-transit] Proposed Feature - RFC - Public Transport
Dominik Mahrer (Teddy)
teddy at teddy.ch
Wed Dec 8 19:44:16 GMT 2010
Yes, the Public Transport proposal is basically based on Oxomoa, but in
some details different.
unified stoparea would "redefine" highway=bus_stop from beside the way
to on the way. I'm quite sure this would reject the proposal in a vote.
unified stoparea and public transport can and do exist beside each
other. But you are right, it does not make sense to approve both proposals.
I do not care about which of the two proposals will be approved. But I
think it is time to get a more exact schema approved then the
fuzzy/non-existing schema (A railway station of 400m length and 20
platforms or a bus stop for 3 buses per direction of 50m length is
reduced to one node) we have now.
On 12/08/2010 06:02 PM, Oleksandr Vlasov wrote:
> Dominik Mahrer (Teddy<teddy<at> teddy.ch> writes:
>> I want to invite everyone to comment the (in central europe) already
>> widely used new Public Transport Schema:
> it's based on Oxomoa scheme, isn't it?
> What's the status of the "unified stoparea" proposal then? those two contradict
> each other and unified stoparea is in RFC stage for a year now. Are there any
> data regarding actual usage of those two (I understand that unified stoparea
> uses quite common tags and thus it's hard to compare just a number of
> appropriate tags' occurrences)
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