rwtnospam-newsgp at yahoo.com
Tue Dec 8 21:13:39 GMT 2009
Greg Troxel wrote:
>I think access=destination is natural and expresses concisely "you can
>park here if you are visiting an associated business".
>streets with access=destination are really "you can drive here if you
>are visting someplace near it" - even if you typically park in someone's
>driveway off the access=destination way.
That sounds good to me, as well. If you want to tag a more permissive
drive through, i.e., "you can drive through here, but don't park unless
you are visiting an associated business," then you can add a service road
through the parking lot.
However, I don't think it's worth trying to tag any restrictions on those
two or three slots in front of a shop in a strip shopping center that say
"parking for this shop only".
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