[Tagging] Usefulness of bicycle=dismount on ways

Martin Koppenhoefer dieterdreist at gmail.com
Mon Oct 7 21:38:21 UTC 2013


2013/10/7 Ole Nielsen <on-osm at xs4all.nl>

> At least in the Netherlands you have to distinguish between bicycle=no and
> bicycle=dismount. Some pedestrian streets are explicitly signed with no
> bicycle pushing. In other words you may not bring your bicycle here. Thus
> you need bicycle=no in its strict interpretation.



the wiki says, "bicycle" is about "cyclists" (access-page). Are you a
cyclist when pushing your bike? Are you maybe still a cyclist when you
parked your bike and you still wear your bicycle clothing? Or when you have
a bicycle at home?

My suggestion would be to use something more specific when pushing a
bicycle is forbidden, as you are not a cyclist when you carry or push your
bike, so bicycle=no "in its strict interpretation" doesn't apply to you
when pushing your bike as it applies to "cyclists" and not to bicycles.

Btw.: What about monocycles? Are you alled to carry a monocycle in these
streets?

cheers,
Martin
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