A.Pirard.Papou at gmail.com
Fri Nov 23 22:57:38 GMT 2012
On 2012-11-23 22:58, Lauri wrote :
>> The idea is that with a 30 driving rules list applying to an
> If it's just the traffic rules urban vs. rural, there's the tag (with
> 37 000+ uses) zone:traffic=**:rural zone:traffic=**:urban where ** is
> the two letter country code.
Regarding the tags, that's a discovery! Kiitos!
> Don't count on anything ever deriving the rules (like maxspeed) from
> that tag, so tag the maxspeed anyway.
For the rest, Nul n'est censé ignorer la loi, they say.
Kaikki pitäisi tietää lain.
> If, on the other hand, it's about the area that is considered
> "agglomerated", irrespective of the (not) implied traffic rules, there
> are probably/apparently different rules in every country for
> calculating the area, for example by buffering all residential
> buildings and combining the area formed by that operation.
Isn't the area delimited by signals everywhere in every country?
Where to place the signals is a pormestari concern ;-)
In this village, the agglomération ends after 300m of unbuilt zone,
after which a housed zone starts.
And they flash a warning speed-o-meter if you exceed 50 km/h inside the
300m (on the way in).
Dura lex sed lex.
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