[Tagging] Feature Proposal - Voting - Bicycle=use_cycleway

Jonathan bigfatfrog67 at gmail.com
Mon Dec 2 19:27:24 UTC 2013


I was being facetious.  Hence the smiley faces.  The comment wasn't 
intended to be taken seriously.

J

http://bigfatfrog67.me

On 01/12/2013 21:59, Peter Wendorff wrote:
> I would say it assumes hat cyclists in theory have to obey traffic rules
> and a map should reflect what they have to do, not what they do.
> Walkers cross lawns wherever they want if that's a shortcut and rules
> against that aren't enforced strictly, but we don't map any possible
> shortcut.
>
> regards
> Peter
>
> Am 01.12.2013 22:47, schrieb Jonathan:
>> :-)  This whole discussion assumes cyclists obey traffic rules!  In the
>> UK cyclists ride where they like!  :-)
>>
>> http://bigfatfrog67.me
>>
>> On 01/12/2013 21:38, Matthijs Melissen wrote:
>>> On 1 December 2013 10:04, Martin Koppenhoefer <dieterdreist at gmail.com>
>>> wrote:
>>>> I mean that bicycle=no bans  bicycles from the road, while the actual
>>>> situation is that you have to use the cycleway if it leads where you are
>>>> going (and nothing bans you from using the road). If you want to turn
>>>> left
>>>> for instance but the cycleway goes straight, you can use the road.
>>>> There is
>>>> no ban of bikes on the road.
>>> I don't think this is true in the Netherlands. Situations like you
>>> describe are quite rare in the Netherlands, but I did find one:
>>>
>>> https://maps.google.com/maps?q=Marconibaan,+Nieuwegein,+The+Netherlands&hl=en&ll=52.02938,5.101267&spn=0.001149,0.004823&sll=51.566277,5.062965&sspn=0.002574,0.004823&oq=marconibaan&t=h&hnear=Marconibaan,+Nieuwegein,+The+Netherlands&z=18&layer=c&cbll=52.029299,5.10157&panoid=3G1tWOtoUdO_1hUBl5deXw&cbp=11,219.58,,0,2.4
>>>
>>>
>>> I would expect that cyclists are not allowed to turn left on this
>>> crossing at all, and I don't think they would be allowed to use the
>>> main road here.
>>>
>>> I'm also not sure why you think it is like you describe in Germany. It
>>> certainly is not explicitly written like that in the law. Could you
>>> point me to an example of such a crossing in Germany?
>>>
>>> Perhaps the answer depends on the meaning of 'leading into the same
>>> direction' in the convention: does making a turn qualifies as going in
>>> a different direction, or does it just refer to forward and backward?
>>>
>>> -- Matthijs
>>>
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