[Tagging] Path with permit required for bikes?

Volker Schmidt voschix at gmail.com
Wed Feb 10 17:42:56 UTC 2016


In my view tou cannot put private and permissive access at the same time -
they are mutually exclusive.

Anyway in the specific case the situation is more complicated: From 01-03
2016 the access situation for cyclists at Camp Pendleton will change.

If you are a US citizen with a clean criminal record, you can pass through
Camp Pendelton provided you have requested permission beforehand on a web
site. The permit is valid for one year
"Non-U.S. citizens will require a sponsor. A sponsor should be someone
known to a rider. Sponsors have the responsibly to vouch for those they are
requesting to gain access to this military facility
For cyclists who do not register in advance or who are not eligible to
receive access to the base, you may legally ride on the shoulder of I-5
between Las Pulgas Rd. and Oceanside (Exits 62 to 54). For safety reasons,
cyclists should exit and re-enter the freeway at the Aliso Creek Rest Area
about midway through this stretch."
(quote from ACA announcement of the closure)
I am not sure that the exits are correct as Las Pulgas Road is on the Camp
itself.

Volker

On 10 February 2016 at 18:12, Christian Pietzsch <
christian.pietzsch at gmail.com> wrote:

> I think bicycle=private + access=permissive would be the right choice.
> private means, that the path is owned by someone and you are not allowed
> to use it unless the owner gives you a permission. Permissive if the path
> is owned by a private person but you don't have to ask for permission.
> That's what I understood so far. Maybe add a note that you can ask for
> permission
>
>
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