I want to fix some Osmose issues, and don't know how to deal with this ones: http://osmose.openstreetmap.fr/en/map/#zoom=16&lat=-27.26658&lon=-65.35282&item=1120&level=1%2C2%2C3&tags=&fixable=

They are corners that connect residential highways with secondary ones. The secondary ones are so by their use, but they do not have a great constructive difference with respect to the residential ones.

I am not finding the correct way to indicate that a residential highway connects directly to a secondary one. I know that the issue is marked as low, but I want to fix it if possible.

asked 03 Apr, 05:47

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edited 03 Apr, 05:50


I fixed it by improving the level of some residential roads, raising them to tertiary since it is the level that corresponds to them according to their use in our local formal classification, giving continuity from secondary to tertiary and from tertiary to residential levels.

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