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#1 2018-12-17 17:15:09

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Registered: 2018-11-19
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How Öpnvkarte render stop area if there aren't such tag?

When I'm looking at ÖPNV, I see that there are many numerous yellow area that connect different bus stops together, like this: mscRO7n.jpg (captured from around the region of Tai Koo station of Hong Kong MTR system), however I cannot find any stop_area-tagged area in the region which was supposed to be what would indicate something being a stop area to ÖPNV. In such case, how ÖPNV identify the stop area relationship between different stops?

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#2 2018-12-17 17:23:14

kocio
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Re: How Öpnvkarte render stop area if there aren't such tag?

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#3 2018-12-17 19:12:28

alan_gr
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Registered: 2017-11-27
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Re: How Öpnvkarte render stop area if there aren't such tag?

As far as I know both ÖPNVkarte and the "Transport Map" layer on the main OpenStreetMap page group together stops with the same name. It's something I have noticed where I live, where it gives rise to weird-looking shapes that don't have any relationship to the real world, like this: https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4464 … 4&layers=T

In your example I think that might explain the Kornhill Plaza and Cityplaza areas, which appear on  ÖPNVkarte. But it doesn't seem to explain the yellow area that includes Block 2 Kornhill Gardens (which in this case doesn't show up in the Transport Map). I guess there is something else going on there but I don't know what.

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