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Kasthuriyar Road (http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/71841406#map=16/9.6739/80.0127) here in Sri Lanka partly one way. I mean from the Hospital Road Kasthuriyar Road juction to Stanley Road Kasthuriyar Road one way (opposite direction to Old post office road which is some what parallel) but after that it's two. How do I map in Open Streetmap.

When I choose Road in Potlatch it marks the whole road whole road as one way so I have given up. Please let me know how to do that. Thanks in advance.

asked 29 May '15, 11:15

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edited 29 May '15, 11:33

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if your problem is to only select a part of the road (to be able to edit its tags/properties), but you cannot because every time the whole road gets selected, then …

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answered 29 May '15, 11:32

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edited 29 May '15, 11:35


Thanks a lot for the promptly reply. That worked. Now I fixed the Road

(29 May '15, 11:47) Umapathy

@Umapathy: Fine, happy mapping! :-) by the way, you have made edited a part of Kankasanthurai Road and made it oneway – not the road you are mentioning (and linking) in your question text. But I guess that was intentional by you.

Please could you mark my answer as accepted if you do not need more answers.

(29 May '15, 12:11) aseerel4c26 ♦

Done Thanks :)

(29 May '15, 15:53) Umapathy
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