I want to know how to map a road that crosses a river, but there is not a bridge. For example, those crossings when a 4x4 gets into the water like in the following picture: alt text

Normally, when a road crosses a road, we need to define levels, but here, they are at the same level.

How can I map this without any error in JOSM?

asked 18 Apr '16, 00:58

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It's a ford.

I like to make a short segment between the riverbanks and mark that as a ford, with that segment being connected to the river. I do this even for a smaller river/stream where the riverbank hasn't been traced, basing the ends of the segment on the imagery.

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answered 18 Apr '16, 02:47

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edited 19 Apr '16, 01:24

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AngocA, a lot of these kind of questions can be found at the Wiki pages, just like the ford, http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Ford

(18 Apr '16, 09:36) Hendrikklaas
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Looks like a Nissan to me ;)

(20 Apr '16, 08:14) Piskvor

I did not know the FORD word in English, and for this reason this is difficult to find clear instructions in the wiki where the mother language is different to English.

(11 May '16, 04:36) AngocA
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