On Mar 2, 2018 08:42, "Vao Matua" <vaoma...@gmail.com> wrote:
Thank you Ralph, I understand your perspective, but have to disagree a bit
(I'm not looking for a battle, however).
A ford is a stack of layers that are directly adjacent vertically, with the
road slightly below the stream/river. In the dry season a ford is only a
road and only becomes a ford when a watercourse flows over the top of the
A culvert is a part of of road construction, a culvert would not exist
without the road, but the culvert is utilized by the stream. Personally I
have physically installed culverts in road profiles where there is no
watercourse. If I try to add a culvert in JOSM without an additional tag I
get a validation warning.
These aren't mutually exclusive, fords with culverts under them are fairly
common in Oklahoma.
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