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There some supermarkets in the area I'm trying to map that have parcel lockers from courier companies inside them. These parcel lockers can only be accessed when the supermarket is open.

Due to many of them being in a metropolitan area the supermarkets are mapped as shop=supermarket points and therefore cannot contain another point for the parcel locker amenity=parcel_locker inside them.

Is there a way to map this relation of the parcel locker being inside the supermarket? The open hours problem can be solved with the opening_hours tag but that still doesn't make it clear that a customer should look for the locker inside the supermarket.

asked 02 Nov '22, 17:14

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If the supermarket is mapped as a node, then I'd either change the supermarket into some sort of area feature and add the parcel locker node inside that, or just add the parcel locker as another node.

I wouldn't even think about trying to create a relation between the two.

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answered 02 Nov '22, 18:05

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Additionally I would add the tag description="located inside supermarket <name>" or something similar.

(03 Nov '22, 07:25) scai ♦

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