[OSM-talk] Downloading Version 3 of all bus stops in a country
jwhelan0112 at gmail.com
Tue Sep 26 12:50:45 UTC 2017
I suggest pulling in the country file and if need be chop it up to load
into JOSM. Load up the latest bus stops in a different layer then use the
todo plugin and go through them one at a time cleaning them up that way.
Note that the GTFS file bus stop location may not be accurate, some bus
stops are known to be 100 meters out, it depends on the provider. If you
have a system that announces bus stops for partially sighted people then
that is an indication they should be fairly good but check with the
provider. Even when they are accurate they can still be out by a few
meters, locally one was in the middle of a road junction so they do need
On 26 September 2017 at 08:12, Frederik Ramm <frederik at remote.org> wrote:
> On 26.09.2017 13:31, Safwat Halaby wrote:
> > V3 was an automatic import for all nodes. it was made pretty quickly
> > after v1 and v2
> This whole import is a terrible mess:
> It starts with the version 1 already being titled "attempt 3", then in
> version 2 a "fixme = check/adjust position and/or merge with existing
> stop if exists" is added which of course is another wording for "this
> import should not have happened in the first place"! Later all name tags
> were duplicated in name:he and the latest three versions are also some
> form of automated doctoring.
> A month ago you've removed the "fixme=..." from 30k nodes and replaced
> it with a "gtfs:reviewed=no", creating yet another version of the whole
> data set in our database. What makes you think that, after the "fixme"
> tags have *not* been acted on since the original import 5 years ago,
> changing this to "gtfs:reviewed=no" will suddenly have an effect?
> Are all these automatic edits at least discussed on the Israeli mailing
> list, or is this a free-for-all where anyone who knows how to write a
> script runs over all bus stops in Israel again and again?
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