[Tagging] give way and stop tag for ways
balazs.barcsik at gmail.com
Tue Nov 5 11:25:32 UTC 2013
Think about oneway tag.
That is a property of a way.
So as a routing app I just would like to examine this tag, and forget the
Because it is a redundancy - if the oneway tag used properly the routing
app can determine whether you can turn right in an intersection or not. In
other words - if someone missed defining the road signs at intersections
(eg, restriction=no_left_turn) then this does not mean that you can turn
So I would prefer to create such tags for priority cases - which can be
assigned to ways
On Tue, Nov 5, 2013 at 11:59 AM, Steve Doerr <doerr.stephen at gmail.com>wrote:
> My understanding is that a give_way node on a way should be placed such
> that it is closer to the relevant intersection than it is to any other
> intersection of that way. Thus, as long as you can work out (from this
> proximity) which intersection it relates to, you have all the information
> you need to handle it properly: it applies to traffic passing that node
> heading towards the relevant intersection.
> On 04/11/2013 22:30, Balázs Barcsik wrote:
> Hi There!
> I would like to introduce give_way and stop alerts into navigation tools
> such as OSMAnd.
> For this approach a good tagging is needed. So when someone driving and
> arrives to an intersection then the app would show give way or stop
> depending on which road he/she is. (or nothing if the road is a priority
> Can you help me define this in a proper way?
> I think there are several options:
> 1. extend highway=give_way (and stop) to able to use on ways
> 2. define a new tag: priority_road=give_way (stop)
> link to existing tag
> 3. define new tag: priority=give_way (stop)
> link to existing tag https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Key:priority
> 4. define new type - priority:
> link to my proposal:
> Thanks, Balazs
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