[Tagging] No Entry Signs

Dave F. davefox at madasafish.com
Wed Dec 9 12:39:30 UTC 2015

In this instance there is no 'plug' construction. V. strange. To allow 
emergency access to the school. maybe? http://tinyurl.com/o4a5nmd

On 07/12/2015 15:06, Colin Smale wrote:
> I would insert a very short way segment with oneway=yes, 
> cycleway=opposite. You often get this kind of construction at the end 
> of the road - I think it's called a "plug". But this one is in the 
> middle of the road, splitting it into two sections: one part for the 
> residential stuff, and one part for the shops. Wonder who thought of that.
> //colin
> On 2015-12-07 15:29, jonathan wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Hopefully this is the right mailing list for this query.
>> Came across this scenario today, not seen before.
>> A road that part way down has a no entry sign (excepting bicycles), I 
>> would have expected the road on the other side of the sign to be 
>> oneway, but not so.  It is two way for its full length.
>> I think it is to stop people taking shortcuts from the main road, so 
>> the only way I could think to map this was with a  node on the way 
>> where the sign is with noexit=yes, noexit:direction=forwards, 
>> noexit:bicycle=no
>> Here's the node: http://openstreetmap.org/node/3881874213
>> Any thoughts?
>> Thanks
>> Jonathan
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