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Hi There is a surface value concrete:lanes but what about if the lanes are made out of paving stones or any other pavement ? Use paving-stones:lanes ? And what for the surface in between the lanes ?

asked 22 Sep '22, 13:02

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  1. =paving_stones is different situation because paving_stones:*= is used. It won't be bad to use =paving_stones:lanes for now. Ideally =concrete:* should be replaced, then that can be added in paving_stones:*=. Aside from recent discussions about =concrete:plates, seems the difference from =paving_stones can be unclear. https://discord.com/channels/413070382636072960/782593988611014676/1002643941436424212 has question about large =paving_stones pieces vs =concrete. https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Tag:surface=paving_stones#See_also has mixed wording with "concrete paving stones" as =concrete:lanes. (Of course growing to something as long as =concrete:plate:lanes won't work. It's not scalable)
  2. surface:middle= was suggested. https://community.openstreetmap.org/t/track-grading-and-surfacing/2130/2
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answered 23 Sep '22, 07:27

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