The figure of tunnel=building_passage is incorrect in the map. Examples:

  • map=19/51.33938/7.39570 Fabrik Brandt, street level=0
  • map=19/51.25706/7.14942 city arcaden Wuppertal, street level=0
  • map=19/51.25570/7.14925 new buildings, street level=-1

Independent of "covered" yes or no. Best regards Norbert

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I'm not noticing anything unusual. Can you describe how you would expect them to look?

(29 Oct '17, 09:33) Tordanik

Also, not sure if this is the correct fora for this. You should contact the person that mapped it or put a note in the map

(29 Oct '17, 10:26) FredrikLindseth

Like the others above, I don't see an issue with any of your examples. All three are correctly rendered as tunnels with lighter fill and a dashed casing.

(30 Oct '17, 15:52) alester

A building_passage could be a tunnel or a bridge, level -1 or +1. Or at Level 0, when the street is level -1.

(10 Feb, 14:32) NorbertOpen

No, a building passage usually has the same level as the street. See https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Key:tunnel#tunnel.3Dbuilding_passage for example pictures.

(10 Feb, 19:11) scai ♦

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map=19/51.25570/7.14925 new building, street level=-1. You see the grey building covers (overlays) the street. This is correct !

map=19/51.33938/7.39570 Fabrik Brandt, street level=0. map=19/51.25706/7.14942 city arcaden Wuppertal, street level=0 The buildung-passages, both level 1, don't cover the streets. Grey color ends at the building-passages

Compare it with map=19/51.33713/7.39160. The Asker Street, level=1, covers the railway, level=0. This is correct ! A building_passage could be a tunnel or a bridge, level -1 or +1. Or at Level 0, when the street is level -1.

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is this an addition to your question? Please use the "edit" link below your question and add the text to it. Full URLs would making clicking easier, too. :-)

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