A tool to help with this kind of integration is being developed as a Google Summer of Code project. It's in early stages and focused on GTFS feeds, but we can look into doing this for lists of stops with approximate coordinates as well.
Polyglot Op di 5 jun. 2018 om 08:59 schreef Stefan de Konink <ste...@konink.de>: > If this will be allowed, I would want to do the same for The Netherlands. > > Stefan > > On dinsdag 5 juni 2018 06:45:22 CEST, Mateusz Konieczny wrote: > > "Summary: Adding values for two existing tags to bus stops" > > > > example edit changes three tags. > > > > The same in the proposed changes etc comment. > > > > "This provides a link between the OSM node and the STIF stop_id." > > > > And how this match is obtained? > > > > Is source code of program generating matches and making edit > > published somewhere? > > > > How edits will be split to avoid mega-edit changing thousands > > of objects with massive bounding box? > > > > I see no mention of changeset tags - and wiki recommends adding some. > > > > 5 Jun 2018, 00:15 by ok...@johnfreed.com: > > I am planning an automated edit to improve our coverage of two > > existing tags in the Paris region. The data source is the > > regional transit coordinating agency, Île-de-France Mobilité, > > formerly STIF. > > > > There is a question about wheelchair access that I would like feedback > on. > > > > If there is no need for a significant change, I plan to > > implement this around June 20. > > > > Please make comments here or on the Discussion page attached to > > the proposal: > > > > https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Automated_edits/johnparis > > > > Thanks, > > > > John > > > > !DSPAM:1,5b16340e79641880612683! > > -- > Stefan > > _______________________________________________ > Imports mailing list > impo...@openstreetmap.org > https://lists.openstreetmap.org/listinfo/imports >
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