[Tagging] parking

Steve Bennett stevagewp at gmail.com
Wed Dec 9 10:24:30 GMT 2009


On Wed, Dec 9, 2009 at 7:33 PM, Roy Wallace <waldo000000 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Ok, so it looks like we're back to access=destination then :).
>
>
Well, "access=destination" was intended for roads that you can drive
through, if you're going somewhere nearby, right? "access=customer" would be
more intuitive, no?


>
> > For me, there is a fairly big distinction between a commercial carpark,
> > likely to charge $7+ per hour, and local council-managed parking, likely
> to
> > charge $0-3 per hour. I don't need to know the exact price, but being
> able
> > to distinguish the two would be helpful.
>
> I meant, in terms of "who is allowed to use the parking", commercial
> is equivalent to public - i.e. anyone can use it. To talk about "the
> cost of using the parking", I would suggest using fee=*
>
>
For me, there is a fairly big distinction between a commercial carpark,
likely to charge $7+ per hour, and local council-managed parking, likely to
harge $0-3 per hour. I don't need to know the exact price, but being able
to distinguish the two would be helpful.

Steve
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