[Tagging] one way part of the year
lowflight66 at googlemail.com
Thu Aug 1 17:07:08 UTC 2013
On 01.08.2013 18:32, William Rieck wrote:
> A route relation would work, in which you could specify the direction.
A relation is usually used for each signed route but not just for the piste.
> On Thu, Aug 1, 2013 at 10:59 AM, doug brown <dougcb68 at hotmail.com
> <mailto:dougcb68 at hotmail.com>> wrote:
> I do not understand the notation that has been used in these
> replies. for example, piste:type=nordic contains three elements,
> and tags have only two elements: key and value. I would appreciate
> some carification on this notation.
> Also, to further clarify my question, I am tagging the park trails,
> all of which are multiple use, as follows (key, value):
> (highway, path)
> (horse, yes)
> (bicycle, no)
> (snowmobile, designated)
> (ski, crosscountry)
> (sac_scale, hiking)
> (surface, dirt)
> (trail_visibility, excellent)
> (width, 1.5)
Nice, I am not sure:
1. if horse=yes is needed but it is not wrong
2. snowmobile=designated seems to be a heavy right of access, are you
sure that it should not simply be "yes" ?
3. surface values are really tricky, I never really understood the
differences between dirt,ground and earth but that is worth a different
> This tagging scheme was developed from the responses I received from
> previous questions to this forum. Now I need to factor one trail
> that is oneway only for cross country skiing. I don't understand
> how the piste fits is.
Pistes have their own key prefix "piste:". Have a look at the proposal
 where also some more tags for piste features/attributes are listed.
There you will find piste:oneway=yes/no which is useful for the way and
any route relation with route=ski/piste.
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