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Mon Nov 26 10:37:55 GMT 2012
have an effect on other traffic rules as well, so it's important to know
that's the 'regime' the street is under.
As a data consumer I also prefer to have the maxspeed be tagged explicitly.
That's true for mapcss styles (in JOSM) and websites showing a map with
maxspeeds as well. KISS.
2012/11/26 Simone Saviolo <simone.saviolo at gmail.com>
> 2012/11/23 Kytömaa Lauri <lauri.kytomaa at aalto.fi>
>> >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)
>> where ** is the two letter country code.
>> Don't count on anything ever deriving the rules (like maxspeed) from that
>> tag, so tag the maxspeed anyway.
> Sorry Kytömaa, if you "need" to tag the maxspeed anyway, then what's the
> point of that tag?
> Are we saying that maxspeed is a prioritary tag, one so important because
> of its applications that it has to be always specified even if there are
> other tags that imply it?
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