JOSM complains that a highway (highway=residential) crosses an underground waterway (waterway=stream; tunnel=culvert). Since the two don’t actually “touch”, do I need to add a node to make them connect anyway? Any available topological rules I should be aware of?

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asked 24 Oct, 13:21

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Hi, just add layer=-1 on the culvert. This shows the relation between the two objects, (the highway implied as layer=0 with the culvert below tagged layer=-1).

Just looked and see you need the layer=-1 on both culverts. Also I notice the stream is joined to the Rue du Pavillon.

Sorry I mistakenly put a comment on the changeset instead of answering here.

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answered 24 Oct, 13:44

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edited 26 Oct, 18:54

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Just to be clear, the tag that should be used here is "layer", not "level".

(26 Oct, 16:09) alester
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I've fixed the use of level instead of layer.

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