Overpass Tutorial
 00  The Beginning
 01  Finding nodes with a bounding box
 02  Outputting data about nodes
 03  Filtering nodes that have a tag
 04  Find nodes by matching tags and their values
 05  Find nodes by applying multiple filters
 06  Extracting multiple sets of nodes
 07  Calculating differences between results
 08  Generating JSON output
 09  Generating CSV output
 10  The default set
 11  Querying a set
 12  Searching within a radius using around
 13  Using around to filter against a set of results
 14  Searching by polygon
 15  Finding ways
 16  Ways and their nodes
 17  Ways and their tags
 18  Combining node and way queries
 19  Finding ways from their nodes
 20  Finding relations
 21  Type agnostic queries (nwr)
 22  Areas
 23  Finding the areas enclosing a feature
 24  Find the area derived from a feature
 25  Areas via Nominatim search
 26  Timeouts and endpoints
19  Finding ways from their nodes
We previously looked at how to use the >
operator to find members of ways.
But we can also go the opposite way and find ways from their nodes. We can do
this using the "recurse up" statement (<
) which, as the arrow might suggest, goes in the
opposite direction.
This query finds all of the nodes in our bounding box and also the ways of which they are members.
There's also a <<
statement that will traverse from nodes all the way up to
the relations that contain them.
Source File  19findwaysfromnodes.osm 
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