[Talk-transit] Station micromapping ?
osm at fips-schneider.de
Tue Dec 14 13:52:34 GMT 2010
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I can give you some other examples I did. So far I did not manage to write a
how-to and I don't know if these way of mapping is accepted. But well...I did it
like this. Especially the platforms as line and not as area is to avoid the
issue with two platform numbers on one area. Feel free to have a look and don't
hesitate to ask...
Frankfurt Central Railway Station:
Commuter station "Wiesbaden Ost":
4-layer train and subway station "Frankfurt Süd"
The station I got the idea from: "Bebra"
And perhaps a good example for learning: big but simple geometry station
Hope it helps...
Greetings - Fips
On 13.12.2010 20:23, transid wrote:
> Hello transit mappers,
> I am interested in station "micro maps" with details such as stairways, levels,
> corridors, ticketing machines, multilevel maps, platforms, lifts...
> My ultimate goal is to provide information for pedestrian and/or people with
> specific needs with info about the route from their train to the station
> entrance or to a specific connexion.
> Does anybody have some good examples from which I could learn ? or some
> appropriate resources/tutorial ?
> Examples I've found are :
> * http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=48.755206&lon=1.943722&zoom=18&layers=M
> * http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=48.787432&lon=2.044487&zoom=18&layers=M
> * http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=48.86867&lon=2.34126&zoom=18&layers=M
> My interest is further explained (in french) here
> : http://transid.blogspot.com/2010/11/plans-des-gares-de-france-sur-osm.html
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