I don't see an icon for bike/ped under or over crossings

asked 28 Jan '12, 10:07

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Can you give us an example? Just copy the permalink into your question.

(28 Jan '12, 10:27) Gnonthgol ♦

I dont really have a link example.

(28 Jan '12, 17:42) rkt88edmo

Here's a couple at a college in Minneapolis: http://osm.org/go/T~ffDUQZW-- Many more examples in the downtown area to the NW (although not all of those have the bridge and layer tags).

(30 Jan '12, 14:23) neuhausr

Just tag the cycleway/footway as usual, and add a "tunnel/bridge=yes, layer=1/-1".

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answered 30 Jan '12, 10:12

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might also consider adding covered=yes?

(30 Jan '12, 14:23) neuhausr

I don't think we need icon for them as they show on the map ok. This is a tunnel http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=52.149151&lon=0.12454&zoom=18&layers=M and this is a bridge http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=52.156688&lon=0.135505&zoom=18&layers=M
you can open the editor to see what has been done.

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answered 28 Jan '12, 19:17

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edited 30 Jan '12, 11:44

This is a skyway? or high foot bridge although maybe it should have steps also http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=52.328535&lon=-0.192545&zoom=18&layers=M

(30 Jan '12, 11:52) andy mackey
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plus layer=4 seems like a bit of overkill

(30 Jan '12, 14:17) neuhausr

you probably right but is there any correlation of height=layer

(30 Jan '12, 20:01) andy mackey
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