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Een van de bronbestanden van Openstreetmap voor Nederland ( is die van AND ( De straatnamen daarin kloppen echter niet altijd met de huidige BAG (Basisadministratie Adressen en Gebouwen). Er is in het verleden wel iets ingelezen voor de BAG las ik (, maar updates kunnen alleen worden gedaan door beta testers ( Zijn er plannen om AND en BAG synchroon te trekken of worden er wel eens vergelijkingen tussen BAG en AND gemaakt om afwijkingen op te sporen?

Een voorbeeld is de niet meer bestaande Nykerksterweg: Worden dit soort gevallen ook actief opgespoord? Of is dat voorlopig nog wensdenken?

asked 22 Jul '20, 12:33

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For OpenStreetMap the primary and most important source is what is on the ground.

If in reality a way doesn't exist or is signposted with a different name, this should always override 3rd party data (additional names can be recorded with official_name or another tag).

With other words pls fix the problem directly in OSM.

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answered 22 Jul '20, 17:26

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edited 22 Jul '20, 17:27

Dear hardscarf, Have a look here for the Dutch Forum, where different names are being mentioned, with BAG as main source and leading. When road signs with names are different then BAG there is a protocol to tell met BAG maintenance (government) to ask them about it. The forum is here, You are referring to the And import, almost all traces of that event are removed out of OSM so no longer leading.

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answered 28 Jul '20, 10:35

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