Need help removing nodes

Hi GUYS

Any idea how to delete some nodes that are in the sea. I cant swim so I cant mark these off to get 100%. Is there someone to contact to edit streets and nodes?

It’s good to be able to make smaller edits in OSM as a strider, you can check this article

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It will also help if you can share links to these streets in CityStrides.

CityStrides is definitely a running/walking site, not a swimming site, so hopefully someone can help clean these up for you. :smiley:

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Hahaha thanks James, I am glad to hear that I dont need to learn to swim to complete the area, :wink:

https://citystrides.com/users/4403/cities/187889 is the link

its the temp rough shoreline maker ones that need deleting under the Porthcawl, Wales area.

the other one is St James Rise under Coychurch lower in bridgend, wales. This is behind a police barrier inside a main police station headquarters and as tempted as I’ve been to jump the barrier and make a run for it I don’t think its a great idea and don’t think they police will understand my reasoning for trespassing.
Thanks so much guys

LOL Way: ‪Temp Rough Shoreline Marker‬ (‪934609991‬) | OpenStreetMap
It’s tagged as a golf cartpath.

I’d love for people smarter with OSM to chime in - this looks like the way should be deleted from OSM, to me.

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I am not that experienced with mapping coasts, but that tagging looks plain stupid. But who knows? Send a message to the lat change person (Hiblet) and ask what this line should be

What is the best way to report issues? I have run into some road types that aren’t really roads (unmaintained track road is one example) in OSM, but they have nodes showing in Citystrides.

@feldpauschmkr Can you share a link to the area in question?

My guess would be to change the “Feature Type” in OSM. There is an “Unmaintained Track Road” option. I do not believe these are imported by CS.

PS. Somewhere there is a list of what gets imported, but I can’t seem to find it. Is there not a FAQ? I thought for sure it would be in the Wiki.

edit: just realized you mentioned “unmaintained track road”, so I’m guessing you got that from OSM? If so, I am at a loss as to why it was imported, and @JamesChevalier is going to look at it… So a link will really help (him).

One point to consider is that the road needs to have a name to be imported to CS. I’ve had some tracks with names like ”Golf course access” which is not a real name of course, so I deleted the name field and put this in the Description field instead. So no name, and gone in the next import

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It’s in this wiki post or direct link to Google Doc.

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unmaintained track roads with a name are imported. I also want those in there (my personal view). But an unmaintained track should be really a ‘road’. in my region those are tractor roads and field tracks.

Sorry for the dumb question, but how do I share a link to an area?

Thanks for the tip!

Easiest way is just to be on the page, and then copy the address that’s in the browser.

I’m not an Apple person, but in Windows a triple left-click in the address bar selects all the text, then a right click gives the option to copy. You can then paste it with a Ctrl-V (or a right click menu).

Hope that helps

I’m walking all of Berkeley CA and some of the “streets” are actually courtyards inside buildings on the UC Berkeley campus! Kinda funny. Also a lot of streets are private streets that are part of the National Laboratory and a guard won’t let you walk them :frowning:

Also how do I get my photo to appear on city strides? I have a photo on Runkeeeper but it didn’t follow over.

If they have a guard then those should be marked as private or permissive in OSM. Otherwise they will continue to live in CityStrides as available streets to complete.

See here. It’s currently a less than ideal workflow that likely won’t be changed in the short term as it’s a low priority item. Feel free to help vote it up to get attention though.

How do I mark as private? I am new to this

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To add to what @hjkiddk shared (lot of good info in that whole thread), when I first started with OSM, it gave me an option to go through a tutorial. I found it very helpful.

If you don’t get the option, see this: Interactive tutorial to getting started editing OSM - OSM Help

And there is also this page: OpenStreetMap ← Help page.

Personally, I find updating OSM almost as much fun as CS.

PS. While there are many OSM editors, I found the default web-based OSM editor (not sure of the name) more than adequate for my edits.