[Tagging] Access restrictions for shoulder lanes?

Colin Smale colin.smale at xs4all.nl
Mon Feb 2 14:07:25 UTC 2015


 

Assuming you are talking about the "hard shoulder" AKA "emergency lane"
on motorways, in NL and GB it would quite simply be "access=no". The
only exceptions are if you break down, if you are an emergency service,
or if you are instructed to by the police (or similar authority). 

On 2015-02-02 14:17, Martin Vonwald wrote: 

> Hi!
> 
> If shoulder lanes are mapped (for whatever reason!), what access restrictions should we apply? A simple vehicle=no doesn't seem right to me. In some countries those lanes may be accessed regularly, e.g. by pedestrians or motorcycles, so foot=yes + motorcycle=yes is obvious, but what would be the access restrictions for all other vehicles?
> 
> Best regards, Martin 
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