Use on areas (and osmarender rules)
I've just been tagging parks, and woodlands within parks, inside an amenity=university . The area tagging causes some problems:
To make a woodland appear above the purple area of the university campus, we have to use the layer attribute, e.g. natural=wood; layer=1. But that makes some paths and roads disappear 'under' the woodland.
- layer=1 required to put woodlands above the park, but makes the path disappear
- layer=1 required to put woodlands above the university
I don't want to put a higher layer on those paths just to make them render, since technically they're ground-level paths.
Is there a problem with putting motorways under non-motorways?
It works fine when a motorway is depressed and something else crosses over. But when a bridge crosses over an elevated motorway, it doesn't seem to want to put the bridge on top. See the Manhattan Bridge - strangely the pedestrian path works but the roadways and cycleway don't. --NE2 20:46, 13 December 2009 (UTC)