[Tagging] lanes=3 + lanes:forward/backward=1 for "semi-divided" roads?
letopographefou at gmail.com
Sun Feb 12 11:47:16 UTC 2017
Marc, it looks like you propose to tag it as a lane which can be used to turn which is not what Roadsguy wants to do (if I get it right...).
If the central line can't be used but exists I would put
De: marc.gemis at gmail.com
Envoyé: 12 février 2017 7:40 AM
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Objet: Re: [Tagging] lanes=3 + lanes:forward/backward=1 for "semi-divided" roads?
You could add lanes:both_ways=1 turn:lanes:both_ways=left
On Sun, Feb 12, 2017 at 5:39 AM, Albert Pundt <roadsguy99 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Consider High Street in downtown Carlisle, PA. It is one lane each way, with
> a wide space as wide as a travel lane in the middle, but not used for
> anything such as a center turning lane. Tagging this with just lanes=2 seems
> wrong since it fails to take into account the lane width separating the two
> travel lanes, and since there is no raised physical divider, it doesn't seem
> right to mark it as a dual-carriageway road either. I've seen lanes=3 used
> along with lanes:forward=1 and lanes:backward=1, but that seems like it
> might be confusing.
> What, if anything, is the proper way to tag roads like this?
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