[Tagging] Rural Alley?
johnw at mac.com
Wed Jul 8 10:27:07 UTC 2015
> We have something similar in Korea. I have been using (and
> recommending) highway=service.
I can get behind that.
> On Jul 8, 2015, at 6:54 PM, Paul Norman <penorman at mac.com> wrote:
> Tracks can be paved - tracktype=grade1 normally is paved, or is built to equivalent quality.
This is vey confusing to me. I understood it before the big hullabaloo over the track classification system change, where track Grade 1 and Residential / service / driveway begins now really confusing. Grade 3 roads (usually doubletrack with grass growing down the middle) is easy.
Here, tell me what you think:
here is an intersection where a grade3 track meats a rice service road. in the distance, you cans see the unclassified road to the east.
They go nowhere except back to the unclassified road. But it is a paved and maintained public road with retaining walls and guardrails where there is a drain ditch.
To me, tagging these as track muddies track really badly. they plainly are not tracks.
I have ridden abandoned roads that are now tracks with asphalt, and I have driven maintained unclassified and residential roads which are compacted gravel.
what would you suggest Paul?
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