nighto at nighto.net
Wed Dec 2 22:19:17 GMT 2009
Here in Brazil it's the same. It's not allowed to cycle on footpaths, you
must dismount and walk. But in most cases, as the footpaths are implicit on
the streets, a bycicle=no tag would mean that it is not allowed to cycle on
the street itself, such as a bridge or a long tunnel.
2009/12/2 John Smith <deltafoxtrot256 at gmail.com>
> 2009/12/3 James Livingston <doctau at mac.com>:
> > * In France, if you are walking your bike you're considered a pedestrian.
> So it's a footpath
> Same thing applies in a number of Australian states, you are supposed
> to dismount and walk your bike across pedestrian crossings.
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