[Talk-transit] Stop according to new PT scheme not rendered?

Jo winfixit at gmail.com
Mon Aug 11 22:55:18 UTC 2014

Now that the new way of rendering with Carto instead of Mapnik is finally
becoming reality, it becomes clear that highway=bus_stop will never (or at
least not during my lifetime) be replaced by

I started to double tag all the new stops I'm adding and the ones I'm

Some people claim that public_transport=platform/bus=yes is longer and less
efficient than highway=bus_stop, but of course


is even less so, but I stopped caring about that.



2013-12-11 21:41 GMT+01:00 Richard Mann <richard.mann.westoxford at gmail.com>:

> tag-transform is an osmosis plugin. It happens before conversion to the
> postgres database, so you can use any tags that exist in the wild
> On Wed, Dec 11, 2013 at 8:07 PM, Jo <winfixit at gmail.com> wrote:
>> For a long time, public_transport was not transfered to the DB used for
>> the rendering of Mapnik. At that time it didn't make sense to update
>> stylesheets.
>> Jo
>> 2013/12/11 Mike N <niceman at att.net>
>>> On 12/11/2013 11:07 AM, fly wrote:
>>>> If you keep on adding both schemes simultaneously you will not notice
>>>> the problem and there will be no reason for developers to adjust the
>>>> software.
>>>  One of the problems in this situation is the map rendering developers
>>> have not taken an interest in the new scheme.
>>>   If someone has submitted a 'pull request' that included the new
>>> tagging scheme but it was ignored, that is a different story.  OSM is
>>> frequently described as a do-ocracy - in which finished and coded solutions
>>> win out over what is needed.  And it's quite possible that we public
>>> transport mappers have been collecting and entering the information but
>>> have never gotten into CSS Map stylesheets, or whatever is the technology
>>> behind the renderers.
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