[Tagging] How to tag max width at chicane-type bicycle barriers
richard.mann.westoxford at gmail.com
Tue Dec 3 10:30:57 UTC 2013
I've pondered this without conclusion, yet.
Unfortunately it's a bit complicated, since length and width of vehicle,
width of barrier and width of path all come into play.
You could probably calculate it for "standard" bikes by drawing a ?0.7m
straight path through the barrier and then calculating the degrees of
deviation from straight that requires. But that's a bit fiddly and doesn't
really help you for non-standard bikes.
barrier:bicycle=feet-up (for ones where with practice you can get through
without putting your feet down)
barrier:bicycle=feet-down (for ones where you have to put your feet down
but don't have to lift and move wheels sideways)
barrier:bicycle=wheel-up (for ones where you have to lift and move wheels
barrier:bicycle=dismount (for ones where you have to dismount)
barrier:bicycle=bike-up (for ones where the bike has to be lifted
barrier:bicycle=no (for ones where bicycles can't get through at all)
with similar for tandem and bicycle_trailer
On Tue, Dec 3, 2013 at 9:44 AM, Volker Schmidt <voschix at gmail.com> wrote:
> Here in Italy we have plenty of bicycle barriers or chicanes (
> https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Barrier_examples), often with more
> than 2 inverted-U-shaped bars to make life even more difficult.
> They are used to prevent motorcycles from using cycle paths (not as in
> Germany to prevent bicycles from using footpaths).
> As these are serious obstacles for cyclists I have started tagging them
> more precisely with, for example:
> The latter is not correct as "max_width" indicates a legal requirement,
> normally a road sign, giving the maximum width of the vehicles that may
> pass the obstacle or road.
> Should I use "width" or "est_width" which normally indicates the width of
> a way? But I want to indicate the maximum width of the normal-length
> bicycle that I presume would pass the chicane.
> In addition I should tag also:
> (which at present have not done)
> I had hoped to find answers here:
> but that page shows questions, not answers. :-(
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> Tagging at openstreetmap.org
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