[Tagging] How to tag: road in Luxembourgish park with unclear status
richard.mann.westoxford at gmail.com
Mon Oct 22 07:18:24 GMT 2012
I'd probably go for highway=service+surface=asphalt to photo 4, then
highway=footway+surface=asphalt+bicycle=yes thereafter. Possibly
highway=service all the way until it's not passable by motor-vehicle.
(residential seems inappropriate since it's a shared surface without even a
token sidewalk, but it's tarmac not paving, so not highway=pedestrian)
On Sun, Oct 21, 2012 at 9:01 PM, Eric SIBERT <courrier at eric.sibert.fr>wrote:
> Road classification... such a difficult subject in many countries.
> For the part that inhabitants can use, highway=residential and
> After, for me, the road is large enough for a car but motor vehicles are
> prohibited -> highway = pedestrian. Don't care about park maintenance.
> until picture 9.
> At this point, a car can't use it.
> highway=footway : a intentionally organized way for pedestrians. (opposite
> to highway=path for way that appears after repeated use by pedestrians but
> not intentionally made for).
> In booth cases (pedestrian and footway), bicycle status is not clear by
> default. Clear indication is welcome : bicycle = yes (assuming that the way
> is mostly designed for pedestrian).
> Photo11 : I never now if it is mostly designed for bicycle
> (highway=cycleway) or for pedestrians (highway=footway).
> segregated=no to indicate mixing of both type of users.
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