First off, should I even be doing this? My area has a lot of open drains and it would be great to depict them on a map.

asked 11 Oct '18, 12:59

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You can add all kinds of waterways to OSM. For artificial drains see waterway=drain. Also take a look at the differences to waterway=ditch.

In case you are talking about manhole-like storm drains take a look at manhole=drain and other manhole types.

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answered 11 Oct '18, 13:45

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what about the part of the road that crosses over a drain. there is no visible bridge. the drain goes under the road through a small tunnel. do we tag that part of the road bridge or no

(20 Jan, 15:46) gvmsia
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If there is no visible bridge then the object going under the road is a tunnel. So either use tunnel=yes or tunnel=culvert (if appropriate) for the part of the drain that passes under the road. Optionally add layer=-1 for this part.

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