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Thu Dec 10 04:26:32 GMT 2009
On Thu, Dec 10, 2009 at 3:18 PM, Anthony <osm at inbox.org> wrote:
> *Sigh*. I'll bite. What would be a fence which is a barrier to one, but
> not to the other? You know barrier doesn't mean "impenetrable", right?
Well a series of boulders is a barrier to vehicles, but not even
noticeable to pedestrians.
> Yes, you are. And presumably certain types of barriers have different
> defaults. But a fence which allows access?
Sure, like fences around golf driving ranges that protect people
outside from golf balls, but might have gaps.
>> Oh, and add barrier=barricade, for a low anti-car obstruction.
>> (barrier=roadblock? I'm thinking of these barriers you often see around
>> parks here, two vertical poles with a long vertical pole bolted across,
>> about knee height. Usually treated pine.)
> http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Tag:barrier%3Dcycle_barrier ?
Pretty similar - but poorly named for this instance. The barriers I'm
thinking of have to do with bicycles - they keep cars out of
Incidentally, I notice that the definitions of "bicycle=yes",
"bicycle=no" on that page conflict with what has been said elsewhere
on this thread - they define practical access, not legal access.
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