Voie ferrée

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Voie ferrée

Dans le BeLux, les voies de chemin de fer, de métro et de tram sont cartographiées à l'aide du type de route Voie ferrée afin que les conducteurs puissent s'orienter visuellement. Les voies intégrées à la voirie ou sur site propre ne doivent pas être cartographiées.

Attributs:

Rue Ville Niveau
Spoorlijn / Voie ferrée / Tram
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En ce qui concerne les autres transports en commun, d'autres directives existent ; par exemple, on utilise les chemins piétons non routables pour les transports en commun.

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  • Railroads should be mapped uninterrupted. No junction nodes at city borders.
  • No City name. A Street name can be added if it helps drivers to orient themselves. Better avoid general names like "Railroad" to prevent cluttering the screen.
  • Set elevation according to the real situation.
  • At crossings with drivable roads on the same elevation level, the railroad may be connected to the road with a junction node. Leave the turns disabled.
  • Add a Railroad Crossing at junctions with drivable segments

For other means of public transport there are other guidelines, for instance pedestrian boardwalks are used for public transport by bus.

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