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Seems, you are only interested in pedestrian routing... but pay attention to the surface tags because they may also be attached to other types. I assume, your example above catches almost everything, including bridges, roads, steps, etc. In order to raise "surface" to some kind of artificial "main" tag try this (I havent tested it ... but it should work): ...


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Boundaries are a beast and definetily OSM's most vulnerable spot. A small change and nothing works anymore. But to answer your question: Yes and No. osm2po supports Boundaries and since 5.1.20 even a lightweight Geo(Reverse)-Coding. But it strongly depends on the country you are going to convert. Only a few are tagged sufficiently - so dont expect too much. ...


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try step_count instead of steps_count see: http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/DE:Key:step_count and dont forget to add the main-tag wtr.tag.highway.steps otherwise it wont be captured. But be careful. The above will allow all steps and you'll have to reverse the expression. So simply set the steps to the flag steps instead of foot. wtr.flagList = car, ...



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