[Tagging] Parking for businesses..
osm at inbox.org
Wed May 19 17:33:03 BST 2010
On Wed, May 19, 2010 at 9:10 AM, Phil! Gold <phil_g at pobox.com> wrote:
> * Anthony <osm at inbox.org> [2010-05-18 20:47 -0400]:
> > On Mon, May 17, 2010 at 10:11 AM, Tyler Gunn <tyler at egunn.com> wrote:
> > > Almost all of these types of parking lots will have some kind of
> > > notice that tow-away is enforced for unauthorized parking. So the
> > > idea is you're free to park there, ONLY if you're visiting the
> > > serviced by the lot.
> > Access=destination? No, the public has no right of access.
> I thought the description of access=destination matched this scenario
> fairly well. You're saying that it only applies if the road is publicly
> owned? (i.e. a strict reading of "right of access" rather than "you're
> allowed to be here if...")
I do think access=destination should only be used where people have a right
of access. But furthermore, "you're allowed to be here if" isn't the same
as "there aren't any signs saying you're not allowed to be here if".
If there were a sign which said "anyone may use this parking lot if this is
their destination", maybe access=destination is appropriate. But I've never
seen such a sign.
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