[Tagging] country specific scheme - was: Feature Proposal - RFC - bicycle=use_cycleway

Pee Wee piewie32 at gmail.com
Sat Nov 16 12:09:23 UTC 2013


Thanks for this information. Openfietsmap contacted me to get more detailed
info. I'll send you an e-mail.


2013/11/15 Masi Master <masi-master at gmx.de>

> Am 15.11.2013, 16:45 Uhr, schrieb Pee Wee <piewie32 at gmail.com>:
>
>  2013/11/14 Martin Koppenhoefer <dieterdreist at gmail.com>
>>
>>
>>> 2013/11/14 Ronnie Soak <chaoschaos0909 at googlemail.com>
>>>
>>>  For the access tags (and we do discuss access tags here), it is common
>>>> practice to have country-specific defaults on certain highway types as
>>>> listed in the wiki [1] and only tag what contradicts those defaults.
>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> I'm not sure any of the current routers uses these country specific
>>> defaults. My guess is that "normal" roads will always be allowed for
>>> everybody except specified explicitly differently, and motorways and
>>> roads
>>> with motorroad=yes will exclude certain slow vehicles. Cycleways will
>>> allow
>>> cycling and footways walking and usually not cycling. If some country
>>> specific defaults are different and nothing is tagged, it probably won't
>>> work. Usually mappers do add "default" properties explicitly on roads and
>>> ways, and the more mature a region is mapped, the more of those
>>> attributes
>>> you'd usually find.
>>>
>>> cheers,
>>> Martin
>>>
>>>  I think many mappers are very happy with these country specific access
>> rules. This will prevent an overload of tags on roads. There is only one
>> router I know personnaly and that is the creator of the Openfietsmap
>> <http://www.openfietsmap.nl/home>Garmin map. His map (lite version) is
>> also worldwide
>> <http://garmin.openstreetmap.nl/>available.
>> He uses this country specific scheme.
>>
>> Part of his script is here. I think it makes clear that trunk roads are
>> not
>> accessabel for bicycles in some countries regardless of any "bicycle=no"
>> tag.
>>
>> highway=trunk & mkgmap:country ~
>> '(NLD|BEL|LUX|FRA|DEU|AUT|CHE|
>> DNK|HUN|ROU)' { set highway=motorway }
>> highway=trunk & bicycle=no { set highway=motorway }
>> highway=trunk { set highway=primary }
>>
>
> In Germany trunk generally is able to cycle.
> In Germany we tag "car-roads"/"fast-roads" with motorroad=yes, this could
> be trunk and primary (and perhaps secondary too?). This roads are forbidden
> (implicit) for bicycles and foot.
>
> Think the added 2 (and changed 4th) lines are better:
>
> motorroad=yes & mkgmap:country ~
> '(DEU)' { set highway=motorway }   //think for CH and AT the same
> highway=trunk & mkgmap:country ~
> '(NLD|BEL|LUX|FRA|AUT|CHE|
> DNK|HUN|ROU)' { set highway=motorway }
> highway=trunk & bicycle=no { set highway=motorway }
> highway=trunk { set highway=primary }
>
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