[Tagging] More human readable values for traffic signs

Gerd Petermann GPetermann_muenchen at hotmail.com
Sat Oct 31 10:53:07 UTC 2015


yes, I also saw them in Germany

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Von: Philip Barnes <phil at trigpoint.me.uk>
Gesendet: Samstag, 31. Oktober 2015 11:41
An: tagging at openstreetmap.org
Betreff: Re: [Tagging] More human readable values for traffic signs

On Sat, 2015-10-31 at 01:31 +0200, Lauri Kytömaa wrote:
>
> Even the no entry (round red sign with a yellow/white horizontal
> rectangle) sign _effectively_ makes a short section oneway: every
> vehicle has length, so at some point coming from the "oneway"
> direction, there's at least a small (but several meters) distance
> where they aren't allowed to turn around - if they did, they would
> unavoidably pass the no entry sign.
>
Its not always used to indicate a one way, it means do not enter.

It is often used to simply prohibit traffic, with exceptions shown on a
plate below. Except buses (and taxis) is often used in the UK, "sauf
riverains" is common in France and both indicate an access restriction,
not a one way.

Phil (trigpoint)

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