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On 06-11-16 22:45, Georg Feddern wrote:
> Am 02.11.2016 um 22:57 schrieb Tijmen Stam:
>> On 02-11-16 20:27, Martin Koppenhoefer wrote:
>>> careful with access=no, I suggest to use vehicle=no in this case,
>>> because you risk of excluding pedestrians (and other means of
>>> transport you didn't think about) as well (happened around here in
>>> the real life).
>> That's a good one, although the way most busways are signed (with a
>> round "no access" sign red border on white circle) in the Netherlands
>> that means no access at all, not even to pedestrians, not even in the
>> hard or soft shoulder.
> You mean C1?
> If I read it right, it is just closed to "persons in charge of animals
> or livestock" - but not for pedestrians at all.
> Or did I misunderstood you?
You are right. I always thought that meant "closed for everyone" but
apparently I misremembered. +1 for you!
In the old (1966) law it was even "closed for all traffic except
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