… unless you want a greatbighuge label inexplicably hovering over the map at z=16.
Looking over this fine city of Toronto, I saw a couple of brown labels for places that are sort-of not real. Exporting and grepping local exports showed me they were
landuse ways with a
name value set.
I’m sure there are plenty of good examples where a
landuse area would have a name. In these cases, though:
one was the name of a city/developer study from roughly five years ago that has disappeared from the record since then. Will it become a neighbourhood name? Who knows, but that’s for the future and not for us to force. (fun fact: it’s apparently the densest concentration of office workers in the city. Less fun but very Toronto fact: there is no dedicated transit there. I had a job there ~2006–2008 and new transit was planned, but then the trainwreck formerly known as Mayor Rob Ford happened so it didn’t.)
one was a drive-by tagging error by an out-of-band specialist. I really think they meant it for a bus stop.
Aligned with my personal policy of “Only kvetch after fixing”, they’re gone and our z=16 will be so much less jarring. Thank me later.