I found that user:Arflha has changed a lot of normal city roads in separate ways for each direction, sometimes even for each ways. Often in many, many changesets that are extremely hard to turn back and also hard work to repair manually…
In the Netherlands this would not be concidered the right way to map - lanes would be used instead (the N5 example above would be open for discussion). Is this the same in Belgium?
If so: has this been discussed before? What would be the best way to undo this?
The N5 one is likely just wrong as well. Unless you actually can’t move from ‘Rue de Wayaux’ to ‘Rue de Namur’
I suppose an approach like here does give more marging to detail right of way, and where the traffic ligts are etc, but it’s… cluttered.
I can’t generalise too much, but usually we don’t split driving directions unless there is a physical barrier in between.
I have tried to revert a few of his changesets, but the resulting way was still split and I have no idea what useful data I threw away. So I did not upload.
Any better ways than hard manual labour to fix this?
It is far, far worse than I thought. He also changed a lot of bus routes as in his “discussion”… However, he did a lof of good things adding platforms so there is almost no practical way to merge this but manual… I don’t know whether I’m that committed to fixing