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Hi,I am new in OSM first of all appreciate your work. I want to pass longitude and latitude to boundingbox.I don't have min and max longitude and latitude. for example:www.overpass-api.de/api/xapi?[maxspeed=][bbox=5.6285261,50.534884] but it is not working.It is working if i pass with: www.overpass-api.de/api/xapi?[maxspeed=][bbox=5.6283473,50.5348043,5.6285261,50.534884] could you please put your view. Thanks in advance

asked 28 May '15, 10:56

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Could you describe in a few more words what you are actually trying to do - what your end goal is?

(28 May '15, 12:11) SomeoneElse ♦

Hi, I understand that you just have the one position and you are looking for generating the bounding box. You can generate the bounding box by giving the length as normalization values.


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answered 28 May '15, 16:12

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My end goal is to find the speed limit.I have longitude and latitude only. How can I pass longitude and latitude value as a parameter into URL to find the speed limit or Maxspeed.

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answered 18 Jun '15, 13:45

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edited 18 Jun '15, 13:50

Maybe you van try the "radius" Parameter?

see Overpass_QL and search for "radius" ... Success?

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answered 18 Jun '15, 17:01

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Thanks for you reply Still no luck.

(22 Jun '15, 09:47) Gauravk
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