I search and found query of overpass-api to get speed limit of roads but it get by bounding box. I want to get speed limit of only one road by latitude and longitude of road. How can i do that ?

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Have a closer look at the overpass-api parameter "around" ... maybe at Overpass_API/Overpass_QL

BUT: How will you differentiate when there are other ways around your position that hou have lat lon from?

And: what is the source of your lat/lon?

Is it sure that each coordinate is a single node wich is an element of a certain way?

Or is your lat/lon only "near" any posible street?

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answered 01 Apr '15, 17:13

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edited 01 Apr '15, 17:13

My problem is when get information by boundingbox, the information of 1 road is repeated like speedlimits or oneway - when repeated, oneway information of road has different. So, i want to get information of road by 1 latitude and 1 longtidue, example when you click 1 point in map view, you can get information of this road. And i scare when boudingbox is to large, data get so slowly such as query on mobile.

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answered 01 Apr '15, 18:14

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edited 01 Apr '15, 18:18

This should have been a comment instead of an answer. But OSQA just throws an error when trying to convert it to a comment :\

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