[Tagging] Path with permit required for bikes?

Volker Schmidt voschix at gmail.com
Tue Feb 9 13:51:28 UTC 2016

I received this information from the ACA [1]
The Routes & Mapping Department has been alerted to a change coming to the
Pacific Coast Route in Southern California. Beginning March 1, 2016, Camp
Pendleton will require cyclists to be pre-registered to ride across the
base. "Our goal is to maintain a great relationship with area riders but
also balance that with security and protection for our Marines, Sailors,
civilian employees, and families. Thank you for your patience and
understanding," wrote Carl B. Redding Jr., Director of Public Affairs,
Marine Corps Installations West, in an email. A valid U.S. or State
Identification Card is needed to register; non-U.S. citizens require a
sponsor. More information can be found on the base website:
In the near term, for cyclists who do not register in advance or who are
not eligible to receive access to the base, Caltrans has stated it is legal
to ride on the shoulder of I-5 between Las Pulgas Road and Oceanside (Exits
62 to 54). More information on riding this stretch can be found on the
Pacific Coast Section 5 addenda:

[1] https://www.adventurecycling.org/

On 9 February 2016 at 12:25, Richard Fairhurst <richard at systemed.net> wrote:

> Hi all,
> An important part of the Pacific Coast Bicycle Route now requires cyclists
> to get a permit:
> http://www.examiner.com/article/cycling-through-camp-pendleton-is-changing
> https://mccscp.wufoo.com/forms/camp-pendleton-bike-route-access-form/
> How should this be tagged?
> It's not quite 'bicycle=permissive' - that's generally used to imply that
> bikes are allowed in by goodwill of the landowner but don't have to book,
> whereas in this case a permit has to be expressly applied for.
> Some possibilities:
>         reservation:bicycle=required
>         bicycle=permit
>         bicycle=license
>            [little used, but see
> http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Tag:access%3Dlicense]
> (Incidentally, =license should of course be =licence, because the lingua
> franca of OSM is British English. ;) )
> cheers
> Richard
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