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In the Benelux railroads, metros and tramways are mapped with the Railroad road type to provide drivers with visual orientation. Tracks that are embedded in a road surface or a median strip should not be mapped.
Railroads should be mapped using the following characteristics.
- Uninterrupted. No junction nodes at city borders. No connection to segments of any other road type besides Railroad!
- 'None' for City name. This is because there are no city borders on railroad segments.
- Street name: 'Spoorlijn' or 'Voie ferrée' (depending on the regional language) or 'Tram'.
For other means of public transport there are other guidelines.