[Tagging] oneway:bicycle

José G Moya Y. josemoya at gmail.com
Sun Aug 27 13:20:44 UTC 2017


In Madrid, in Puerta del Sol, there is a two-way bicycle way that shares
space with a one-way car street. I haven't checked how it is mapped, but I
guess a parallel line for bicycles would work.

Regards,
José Moya

El 27/8/2017 14:01, "Adam Snape" <adam.c.snape at gmail.com> escribió:

> An unknown value cannot be meaningfully used by routers etc. You could add
> a fixme tag so that a local mapper can clarify the signs on the ground. If
> there is no mention of cycles on signage then it should be assumed that the
> one-way restriction applies equally to cycles (unless the country's laws
> exclude cycles from one way restrictions).
>
> Regards,
>
> Adam
>
> On 26 Aug 2017 6:22 p.m., "Alexis Reynouard" <alexis.reynouard at gmail.com>
> wrote:
>
> Is there an accepted/good way to differ between *"it is a oneway for
> everyone, including bicycles"* and *"it is a oneway, but it is unknown if
> it is also a oneway for bicycles"*.
>
> From the OSM wiki:
>
> you can use oneway:bicycle=* to identify roads where the oneway rules for
> cyclists differ from the general oneway restriction
>
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