[OSM-talk] Marking tight corners

Simon Poole simon at poole.ch
Sun Aug 2 07:36:47 UTC 2015

Potentially an argument could be made for

While it is true that in principle this could be derived from the way
geometry, in reality for the use case for which the tag was designed,
the geometry is typically not available in enough detail (in the case of
logging vehicles there are further considerations too).


PS: while OT, I would suggest not relying on a navigation device to
determine how fast you should drive/ride on an unknown stretch of road
-particularly- on a motorcycle.

Am 29.07.2015 um 21:11 schrieb Subhodip Biswas:
> Hello,
> I was wondering if there is some tags or is it possible to create some
> tags that marks tight corners.
> The reason is as a motorcyclist I may want to know the danger ahead
> spoken to me through a navigation app (e.g. navmii).  Even in well
> marked area like in the US it is not always possible to see the the
> corner up ahead and the posted speed limit for it (debatable).
> -------------
> Regards
> Subhodip Biswas
> I contributed to OSM long time back and went into a hiatus.
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