I'm a beginner and starting little by little. I've simply started adding areas that are missing in my neighborhood, parks, playgrounds and such. But in many cases it's not simply a case of drawing up an area. I'll give a clear example: I have a park which covers an area, but there are portions inside that are private and closed. I want to somehow exclude them from the park. Ideally I would like to eventually be able to do it to all the bigger parks in my area, because unfortunately many of them have had pieces cut out by land investors.

I have seen this done by somehow having the perimeter of the area marked as an outer line and than adding an inner line (and I think this way the simple area which was a way becomes a relation). Can this be done without JOSM? I've been trying to find info on this on my own but no luck

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The construct used in such cases are called multipolygons

In iD info on this can be found in the tutorial: press 'H' and then click 'Relations'

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answered 23 May '18, 12:54

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