(Not sure I am using the right vocabulary. For example the layer selection on OSM homepage looks more like a rendering selection)

To plan a trip with someone who is very afraid of cars, I want to see a slightly modified version of the Cycle Map. I want to stop highlighting all the cycleway=*, and only highlight my own customized list (something like highway=cycleway or motor_vehicle=no, maybe cycleway=track, I need to experiment). Having cycleway=shared_lane or cycleway=lane highlighted in the default Cycle Map makes it unusable for this specific purpose.

Is there an easy way for me to do this (say, in less than 1 hours of work), or is any minor visible change actually requiring a lot of work?

asked 05 Aug, 16:38

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A quick-and-dirty approach to just highlighting certain things is just to use the default map from overpass (that's literally just highlighting all cycleways).

Another option is umap.

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answered 05 Aug, 17:46

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Cycle map on OSM.org is a proprietary style, so you can ask the operator if changes are possible or maybe find some other cycle style.

https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/OpenCycleMap

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