On 8/18/19 11:09 AM, Johnparis wrote: > Normally it would be "ref:usfs" rather than "usfs:ref".
Thanks, I just found the ref=* page. Also noticed 'loc_name' and 'nat_name', and it looks like those plus ref* are used for routing. Anyway, I like the ref:usfs tag, and will use that, and ref= for the county designation. > And yes, the main ref for the cited road would be "ref=CR 2". Included > spaces in a ref tag vary by local consensus. Some places might use > "ref=CR2". If there are signs and they are consistent I'd use that. Since I usually validate by truck, I use whatever the street sign says, since that's what the driver uses. A few weeks ago we were at a structure fire and a local had put up his own road sign, but with the wrong name! We decided to trust our map, which worked great. I had used used the actual common name, and put the bad sign in a 'note'. Note really sure how to handle that... - rob - _______________________________________________ Tagging mailing list Tagging@openstreetmap.org https://lists.openstreetmap.org/listinfo/tagging