[Tagging] RFC - obligatory usage - bicycle=obligatory
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Sat Mar 28 13:16:59 UTC 2015
1) Well, sometimes it's the best way
2) I'll look it up. Cyclelanes: Same in Germany.
3) Valid point. For now I would say, one should look for bicycle=use_sidepath on the road. Also, if that cycleway is truly mandatory, it means one has to use it, so both roads off limits, so to speak. But I have to think about that a little more.
> From: Volker Schmidt [mailto:voschix at gmail.com]
> Sent: Samstag, 28. März 2015 11:32
> To: Tag discussion, strategy and related tools
> Subject: Re: [Tagging] RFC - obligatory usage - bicycle=obligatory
> 1) Please no new tag that breaks existing tagging.
> 2) Please can you give me the missing link in your proposal ("But it
> remains disputed (Insert Link) whether that obligatory cycleway has to be
> mapped as a separate way ...). I am interested in that for a different
> purpose which regards the mandatory-ness of the bicycle lanes in Italy
> (they are legally cycle-paths with mandatory use).
> 3) For me it seems that the bicycle=use_sidepath is the correct approach,
> exactly because it is impossible to decide whether a cycleway is mandatory
> or not without saying with respect to what road the requirement is correct.
> Let's construct a case: you have two parallel roads. In the middle between
> the two there is a cycleway that is labelled with "mandatory". How do you
> determine the weighing of the roads for your bicycle routing. Either on the
> cycleway the "mandatory" tag has a value that defines which of the roads
> are affected, or the roads themselves are labelled with
> "bicycle:use_sidepath=yes/no" (note that this is slightly different from
> bicycle=use_sidepath, but this is less important)
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