I would like to know if it's possible to change the default speed limit of the residential roads of a city, (Zaragoza, Spain) or even the residential roads of the entire country.

I know it's possible to change this characteristic street by street by using the tag maxspeed=*, but I wish I could do it with one move.

I'm using Potlach2 to edit data.

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And it's posible to select with one click, all the residentials roads contained in an area?

(23 Aug '12, 09:25) rub3n
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If no maxspeed is set, the developers are supposed to take the values from the wiki. http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/OSM_tags_for_routing/Maxspeed

So if the wrong values are mentioned there, you should edit it. But it might be better to ask other Spanish mappers first on the Spanish mailing list: http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/MailingLists

(23 Aug '12, 09:34) Sanderd17

This is more an issue of the "client program" (e.g. a route-planner such as OSRM, or mkgmap for creating Garmin files) deciding what default to use.

If such a program is choosing the wrong default, you should contact its authors. It's not something that is generally stored in the OSM database at present.

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