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transport routes

streets Way

The highway=* tag is the main tag used for identifying any kind of road, street or path.

For a Bus : highway=service + psv=yes + bus=yes PSV stands for Public Service Vehicles. Use this tag for roads which are designated to public buses etc.

railWay

Schienen


Key Value Comment Modeling
railway rail rail for train
tram rail for tram
subway rail for subway
monorail A monorail is a distinctive railway where the trains run on one single rail, often suspended above streets. See http://www.monorails.org for more information.monorail=hanging
Monorail in Kuala Lumpur
level whole number Level indicates the floor level of the rail, it shout be the same like platform!
ref whole number Referenz number, the switch description.
name Name only makes sense, z. B.: Mainroute
highspeed yes/no High-speed traffic
maxspeed whole number maximum speed
operator Namen the operator from track line
railway:bidirectional regular trackwechselbetrieb
signas Signalisierter Falschfahrbetrieb
possible False trip possible
railway:track_ref whole number Track-Number
railway:preserved yes/no received track
usage main main line
branch backroad
industrial Industrial track
service yard siding
siding Evasive othe side track
track Company Connection
crossover Managing track

waterWay

Fähre

Displays the route of a ferry on sea. Use the route=ferrytag to show the route of a ferry:

Key Value Comment
route ferry defines a ferryline
ref Number Referenznumber of the ferry line
operator Name operator of the ferry
network Name linked transport system
ferry:cable yes/no State whether the ferry is a rope ferry

You can either use the tag a single way Way drawn along the whole route, or on a relation Relation (type=route) containing several ways joined end-to-end. More infomations=traffic lines.

traffic lines Relation

A type=route is a customary or regular line of passage or travel, often predetermined and publicized. Routes consist of paths taken repeatedly by people and vehicles: a ship on the North Atlantic route, a car on a numbered road, a bus on its route or a cyclist on a national route. A route (or variant) may belong to a route type=route_master. A route master contains all the directions, variant routes and information for that route. It permits OSM to distinguish the two routes of a two-way trip.


variants of lines

Tags

Key Value Comment
type route general Tag
route train classified the line
light_rail classifiedthe line asStadt-/Schnellbahnline
subway classified the line as subway
tram classified the line as tram
bus classifiedthe line as Bus
ferry classifiedthe line as ferry. Modeling without Relation possible, as you can seetransport routes
ref the number for the line
from text at first stop
to text the final stop
operator text the operator from the line
network text the linked transport system
name text the line- name, they can be distinguished from the other

Members

Members of the Relation:

  • one station get:
    • One halt point (public_transport=stop_position).With the role stop. at Boarding stops get the Role stop_entry_only, at Exit Stops stop_exit_only, at Spacing Maintain the Role stop_on_demand.
    • One platform (public_transport=platform). Role= platform. at Boarding stops get the Role platform_entry_only , at Exit Stops platform_exit_only, at Spacing Maintain the Role platform_on_demand.


Lines

Tags

Key Value Comment
type route_master general Tag
route_master=* train classified the line as railroad
light_rail classified the line as City rail
subway classifiedthe line as subway
tram classifiedthe line as Tram
bus classifiedthe line as Bus
ferry classifiedthe line as ferry. Modeling without Relation possible, as you can see transport routes
ref the number for the line
operator text the operator from the line
network text the linked transport system
name text the line- name, they can be distinguished from the other

Members

the Route-Master-Relation contains all line variants (type=route).

Station Node

chapter in detail find onDE:OpenRailwayMap/Tagging#Station / halt point .


Key Value Description
evidence: Use the disused: lifecycle prefix on tags that relate to features that are in a reasonable state of repair but which are currently disused: abandoned: .(example: disused:railway=station).
railway station Railway stations (including main line, light rail, subway, etc.) are places where customers can access railway services. railway=station should be applied to a node placed at the center of the station area, from the passengers' point of view (i.e. near platforms).
halt Stations without switches where only passenger trains stops are called halts, not stations. They are tagged railway=halt A small station, may not have a platform, trains may only stop on request.
tram_stop A tram stop is a place where a passenger can embark/disembark a tram. It generally comprises a sign, maybe with a small shelter, timetable and facilities for unattended ticket sales (vending machines). There are no operating staff present.
subway yes subway-Station
public_transport station The public_transport=station is used to tag properties associated with a railway station/port/airport/bus station/coach interchange etc.Public-Transport-Schema. Dont use the tag at goods traffic.
name name of the station name of the station; That what you can see on a sign.
railway:ref station abbreviation the Stationscode by a stations.
uic_ref station number UIC-Station number; by the UIC, worldwide unique.
uic_name name of the station UIC-Name; by the UIC, international unique.
railway:station_category station Category Details.
operator operator the operator by the Stations.
network name of the network network linked transport system
operating_times Syntax similar opening_hours=* cast time

station building Area

A train station building building=train_station

Key Value Comment Modeling
building train_station
building_levels=* natural number number of the stories
name Name name of the station
operator Name operator of the stations
wheelchair yes/no whether the productions there are accessible barrier-free
building_colour=* colour of the exterior wall
wikipedia=* text Titel of the Wikipedia-Artikel
height=* height of the building


halt point (vehicle) Node

Use public_transport=stop_position to identify the place where a vehicle stops along a public transport route to pick up or drop-off passengers (put the point in the middle of the track from the platform). This tag can be used for any transport mode, or combination of transport modes (including rail, bus, tram, flight, taxi and ship). Use {tag|public_transport|platform}} and/or {tag|highway|bus_stop}} to identify the places where passengers wait for the service.


Key Value Comment Modeling
public_transport=* stop_position holding point Publictransport-stopposition.png
railway stop holding point
ref Referenz number or a letter
train yes/no holding point for train
subway yes/no holding point for subway
tram yes/no holding point for tram
bus yes/no holding point for Bus
light_rail=* yes/no City rail
wheelchair yes/no whether the productions there are accessible barrier-free
wheelchair:bus=* yes/no Vorschlag. whether the bus-productions there are accessible barrier-free
Analog: wheelchair:train=* wheelchair:tram=* wheelchair:subway=*
description Description halt-name
name name of the station the name by the holding point, z. B. Köln-West
railway abbreviation by the holding point the Stationscode . In Germany Ril 100-abbreviation like z. B. KN for Neuss Hbf
operator operator the operator by the holding point
network name of the network the network bzw. the linked transport system, to appertain the holding point.
uic_ref=* Station number UIC-Station number; by the UIC, worldwide unique.
uic_name=* name of the station UIC-Name; by the UIC, international unique.