[Tagging] [OSM-talk] OSM is a right mess

Richard Welty rwelty at averillpark.net
Thu Jun 4 16:11:23 UTC 2015


On 6/4/15 11:53 AM, AYTOUN RALPH wrote:
> The oneway=yes, oneway=no conundrum...... put yourself in the position
> where you are looking at a road ahead of you. It is only wide enough
> for one vehicle but has passing bays along it's length. It is not wide
> enough to be a conventional twoway road so can it be tagged twoway?
> That would give the impression that cars can progress along it in
> opposite directions at the same time....that would be incorrect. But
> neither direction has the right of way and it is up to driver
> discretion and politeness as to who will reverse back to the passing
> bay. So oneway=no but twoway is not necessary yes.
i've used

lanes=1

and omitted oneway in these cases

richard

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