[Tagging] Exclusive access rights
osmned at gmail.com
Tue Oct 30 20:09:23 GMT 2012
I believe there is a solution, which is consistent to current tagging
styles and which complies to the Keep It Simple & Smart principle.
In the situation of a motorway with three lanes, of which the rightmost
lane is forbidden for motorvehicles (and PSV and HGV can use all three
lanes) the tagging would be: motor_vehicle:lanes=yes|yes|no
No other access=*, hgv=* or psv=* tag needed in this situation.
2012/10/30 Martin Vonwald <imagic.osm at gmail.com>
> 2012/10/29 Ole Nielsen <on-osm at xs4all.nl>:
> > Here is a simple proposal that avoids confusion with the existing access
> > restrictions.
> > special_use_lanes = no | no | hgv
> > (or "special_use:lanes = .." to be consistent with other lanes tags)
> > Values can be 'no' (no special limitations apply to this lane), 'hgv',
> > 'psv', 'hov' etc.
> > "special_use_lanes" is just a suggestion, other words not making an
> > association to "access" could also be used. Other ideas: "special_lanes",
> > "exclusive_use_lanes"
> > Would this be a useful way forward?
> I thought about that also but I'm not sure if I want to go down that
> road. Any new key raises the (already present) risk of being
> inconsistent. Just imagine hgv:lanes=yes|no and
> special_use:lanes=no|hgv on the same way.
> I'm not sure if there's a simple solution to this problem.
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