Hi Frank, On Fri, 10 Aug 2018 21:06:54 +0200, Jakka <vdmfrank...@gmail.com> wrote: > Where can I see and read what is the correct spelling of the E and other road > network like A? Is there a space between the letter and number? > The wiki pages > https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/WikiProject_Europe/E-road_network and > https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_E-road_network are not clear > about that... > See the mapillary https://www.mapillary.com/map/im/vEtPrDgYQ9nVD2kfehABQg > example: there are no spaces so should we adapt all those tags?
I believe our local refs are without space (so "A17", "R0", "N540"). Our signposting for international refs doesn't use a space either (E40), or sometimes a 'thin space' (E 40). I've never seen a full space (E 40). On their site, the Flemish Agency for Roads and Traffic (AWV) consistently uses no space for both local and E refs. So I'd be inclined to say it's without space. > I see that most of int_ref is with space and ref and nat_ref without? But not > always... A few years ago, a French mapper came along and mechanically edited int_refs in Belgium. I asked them to stop but their changes were never fully reverted, so there are still int_refs with a space in Belgium. I think it would be safe to remove the spaces mechanically, as it would actually be reverting an earlier unauthorized mechanical edit. What do you think?  https://wegenenverkeer.be/ Cheers, Ruben _______________________________________________ Talk-be mailing list Talkemail@example.com https://lists.openstreetmap.org/listinfo/talk-be