I've seen two "issues" in which a drivethru or footpath travels underneath a overhang of a building. In my attempt to fix the issues, the closest solution I can find for either is to call it a "tunnel" but that doesn't seem right. Is there a preferred way to mark these (or should I just click "ignore" for the conflict/overlap issues)

Undercover Drive thru example: https://www.openstreetmap.org/edit#map=20/47.67661/-122.20561

Footpath under overhanging building entrance example: https://www.openstreetmap.org/edit#map=22/47.67564/-122.20308

asked 30 Oct '19, 16:38

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edited 30 Oct '19, 16:39

I have no idea what renders which features as you desire, but I think what you're looking for is described on this wiki page. You might want to be aware of the open issues for openstreetmap-carto, the default layer at osm.org, that mention the building=roof tag though.

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answered 30 Oct '19, 17:41

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building=roof for that part of the building. If for some reason you don't want to change the outline, building:part=roof.

covered=yes for the way. tunnel=building_passage is for when there are walls on both sides.

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answered 30 Oct '19, 18:47

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edited 30 Oct '19, 18:48

Thanks for your reply, I accepted the other answer as it came in before yours -- but yours is a helpful summary of the contents of the link in the accepted answer

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