I'm wondering why the names of bus stops aren't displayed in the regular map.

For instance: (link)

There are several bus stops along this road (Grenseveien), but the names of the stops aren't visible. The bus stops ARE named - I can see the names when I go into the editor, but not in the regular map.

I think this is inconvenient. Is it supposed to be like this? Maybe there's a view-setting I've missed?

asked 30 Aug '14, 17:59

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Boy, do I feel stupid.. I guess I'll answer my own question:

Hit "Layers" and then "Transport Map" in the right side menu.

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answered 30 Aug '14, 18:04

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That's one possibility, indeed.

There are many more maps made of the same OSM data. The layer menu on our homepage is just a selection. See Tiles or services: transport. Just for example: ÖPNVKarte (link to your location) is similar to the transport map and also shows the name. Our standard style simply does not show names of highway=bus_stop nodes. Likely this is intended to not add tooo much information into this map. Or was it different in the past? I do not remember.

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