Greetings OpenStreetMap community,
Following the release of osm-revert, I’m here to share details about my new project, OSM Relatify. This tool is designed to simplify the process of editing public transport relations within OpenStreetMap (OSM).
OSM Relatify is built with the goal of making public transport mapping more accessible and efficient. While it currently focuses on bus relations, the vision for OSM Relatify is to encompass a broader range of public transport mapping tasks.
One of the key features of OSM Relatify is its smart routing logic. It automatically constructs bus routes from given bus stops and ways, taking into account factors like one-way streets and roundabouts. This significantly reduces the time and complexity involved in managing bus relations, making the tool a valuable asset for both new mappers and seasoned contributors.
Future updates aim to expand the capabilities of OSM Relatify, including support for additional public transport types and enhanced editing features. You can find more details about the planned features here. The goal is to make OSM Relatify a comprehensive solution for public transport mapping on OpenStreetMap.
You can access OSM Relatify today at https://relatify.monicz.dev.
I encourage everyone to explore OSM Relatify and share your experiences. Your feedback is crucial in refining the tool and guiding its development. If you find value in this project and wish to support its ongoing development and maintenance, you can find my donation information at https://monicz.dev/#support-my-work.
Give it a star on GitHub ⭐️.