I've been trying to find a tag that represents whether a bus stop has a shelter or not. That is, whether it is simple a stop with a sign or a stop with a bench and a roof. Is there any such thing already?

I am considering bus_stop:sheltered = yes/no

asked 12 Dec '13, 20:49

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"shelter=yes/no" is widely used in combination with "highway=bus_stop" You can see that from looking at taginfo, here:

http://taginfo.openstreetmap.org/keys/shelter#combinations

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answered 12 Dec '13, 20:51

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I think it must have been a mailing list conversation I read which discussed such tags as I can't find it on the wiki. As well as shelter=yes/no there was bench=yes/no, timetable_case=yes/no, waste_basket=yes_no, kerb=raised (where there was a raised kerb) and perhaps others. I can't find it immediately though.

(12 Dec '13, 22:14) EdLoach ♦
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