Long time, and super active mapper Tshedy will spend next Friday on a 24 hr one woman #OpenStreetMap mapathon, to bring the map of #Lesotho to the next level of completeness.
An hour of your time mapping, or cheering on, can help.
Yeah, something went wrong with this person from Rochester, Michigan... the courage to fight with the DWG is something...
Pokemon Go player in action, only worse.
The Golden Gate Bridge in California is mapped this way too (as tourism=attraction, as a closed way). Pedestrians can access the bridge.
Compared with Tower Bridge in London, a single node is used. Well, people visit the exhibitions on the literal bridge by foot.
I'd argue for the case of Penang Bridge where no pedestrian (and cycle) access is allowed... tourism=attraction? Looks like not the case.
"Thank you to the contributors to OpenStreetMap, Wikidata, GeoNames, Wikipedia and Wikivoyage. Thanks to Mapbox for providing amazing maps."
Is this the case of "we can label" situation?
When someone realises that most OpenStreetMap-related services are hosted in Europe...
(though OpenStreetMap itself has a root from Europe)
#OSMTracker 0.7 may be buggy at the moment