[Tagging] How to tag: public lands that are accessed by permit?

Martin Koppenhoefer dieterdreist at gmail.com
Wed Jul 20 00:05:46 UTC 2016

2016-07-20 1:08 GMT+02:00 Martin Koppenhoefer <dieterdreist at gmail.com>:

> in Italy, things are often not "clearly signposted", in the case I had in
> mind, the situation is this....

I've looked this up to see what the actual situation is, and it's almost
funny how complicated it is, at least formally. These are maybe the
relevant documents [0]:


The first document lists 5 different zones - even if the place is really
small [1] - and is full of classes and exceptions for authorized people,
the document describes 22 classes with their special conditions and permits
and rights, and if you look more detailed, you can see that the first class
already consists of several subclasses (like residents, home owners, owners
of residential buildings or parkings which are not rented to someone else,
people who would have the right for a permit but don't own a vehicle (in
this case you can assign the right to a third person who will then be able
to assist you) etc.).

Another example are hotel and B&B guests (permits for up to 80% of the
amount of rooms they have).

some other examples:
12) motorcars of relatives and other participants of weddings and baptisms
for up to 15 vehicles
13) participants of funeral processions
16) one car for each public agency/office
18) non profits if they have their registered office there and the car runs
on the name of the organization

after these classes there is the sentence: cases that don't fit into the
listed classes will be evaluated on a case by case basis by the local
police. ;-)


[0] if they haven't changed it again in the meantime, I've found it with a
searchengine on the website of the town, because their own search on the
website is broken and doesn't find anything, and the document is numbered
and not within some structure that would allow to look for more recent
versions [2]
[1] This is the town: http://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=15/43.0964/11.7888
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