[Tagging] Access restrictions for shoulder lanes?
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Tue Feb 3 08:02:27 UTC 2015
2015-02-02 18:06 GMT+01:00 Paul Johnson <baloo at ursamundi.org>:
> On Feb 2, 2015 8:47 AM, "Martin Vonwald" <imagic.osm at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Yes - and what tag would that be for emergency stopping only? I think
>> that is my main question. Do we have one for that?
> parking:lane=emergency seems like a good value.
But those lanes are neither parking lanes nor is parking:lane=emergency an
access value nor can we use it to solve the problem, when those lanes may
be used by other vehicles like motorcycles at any time.
2015-02-02 18:53 GMT+01:00 Heiko Eckenreiter <Heiko.Eckenreiter at gmx.net>:
> Am 02.02.2015 um 16:31 schrieb Martin Vonwald:
> > Still the question is unanswered: if, for example, one lane is a
> > emergency/shoulder lane during night and a regular lane during day, how
> > may we map this?
> > access:lanes=yes|yes|now_it_is_a_shoulder @ night
> > access:lanes=yes|yes|yes @ day
> On the german motorway A 8 southeast of Munich I have seen (and continued):
> which seems to be a similar concept.
This seems to be an intended replacement for access=.... @ condition,
because peak_traffic is no known access value. It also can not be used for
lanes, which may only be used for break-downs (at some times). Furthermore
we can not use it for lanes which might be used regularly by other road
I guess we don't have a solution for this at the moment. I would suggest to
document a new access value for those, e.g. "breakdown". Or would
malfunction be better suited? Any other suggestions?
We then could tag those lanes, e.g.:
* vehicle:lanes=....|breakdown @ night + vehicle:lanes=....|yes @ day
* vehicle:lanes=....|breakdown + motorcycle:lanes=....|yes
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