[OSM-talk] SteveC should decide
davefox at madasafish.com
Thu Oct 8 12:43:40 BST 2009
Richard Fairhurst wrote:
> Gervase Markham wrote:
>> e.g. maxspeed=no is the same as maxspeed=infinite
Although technically correct (some autobahns?) it seems positively
dangerous to label as such. (no).
> oneway=no is useful for highway types which would usually imply oneway=yes:
> highway=motorway, highway=motorway_link and junction=roundabout. The
> southern A601(M), that bonkers sliproad on the M50, and (depending on
> interpretation) the Swindon Magic Roundabout are UK examples of each case
> where two-way traffic is permitted.
Do you know where are the Motorway Ends signs are located in you examples?
OS define the links as M* classification, but Google shows them as A* & B*.
I interpret the the Magic Roundabout as separate lanes as there are
Which, I believe, is how you mapped it (?)
I notice in the relation for the MR, the wiki tag has the title of the
I've been using the URL. Is there a reason I shouldn't?
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