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Which is the best way to draw and tag an entrance which is not in the building wall but about 20 m away from the building leading underground to the basement floors. The way from the entrance to the building is a tunnel covered by earth and grass (not a grass covered roof) so it cannot be seen from above. I can imagine that my question is not unique but can appear where buildings are built on slopes.

asked 10 Jun '19, 17:28

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edited 10 Jun '19, 17:34


You can map the way in the tunnel:
highway=path
tunnel=yes
layer=-1 (if anything else is crossing above)
level=-1 (or whatever is appropriate for the rest of the building level the tunnel connects to)

And then connect the tunnel to the overground road network and put an entrance=main or =yes on the end point of the tunnel.

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answered 10 Jun '19, 20:25

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edited 17 Jun '19, 16:23

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