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#1 2008-06-18 14:09:11

Charlie Echo
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Registered: 2008-05-31
Posts: 14

Underground parkings

Hi,
I tried to draw underground parkings, and I have 2 questions about the best way to draw pedestrian access.

I did the following:
For the entance and exit of cars:
- highway=service
- oneway=yes (when relevant)
- foot=no

For the parking place itself:
- area=yes
- highway=service (I wanted to create a road from entrance to exit, but it does not show on the map. I may have to draw this separately from the Area)
- tunnel=yes
- layer=-1
- name=*
- fee=yes

For the pedestrian access:
- highway=steps
- foot=yes

But the Pedestrian access does not show on the map. I think it is a valuable piece of information, so I hoped to see some steps on the map, but there is noting...
The undergrond road does not appear either, but I expected it to be useful for driving assistance software.

Has anyone found a solution?
Could it be a good idea to specify the way to enter these parking data once for all, as I think some have different habits (using fee OR toll, using the service road or not around the Area, ...)

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#2 2008-06-19 00:39:44

emj
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From: .se (59.3N17.99E) 0735969076
Registered: 2006-06-18
Posts: 949

Re: Underground parkings

Charlie Echo wrote:

For the pedestrian access:
- highway=steps
- foot=yes

I usually add ramp=yes/no to ways tagged with highway=steps, so are you tagging a way or a node as highway steps?

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#3 2008-06-19 13:51:43

Charlie Echo
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Registered: 2008-05-31
Posts: 14

Re: Underground parkings

emj wrote:
Charlie Echo wrote:

For the pedestrian access:
- highway=steps
- foot=yes

I usually add ramp=yes/no to ways tagged with highway=steps, so are you tagging a way or a node as highway steps?

I'm tagging a way as "highway=steps". A very short way, in fact (something like 1 or 2 meters), and I just wondered if it was not too short to be visible on the map.

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