[Tagging] What is a VTC car in OSM ?
61sundowner at gmail.com
Tue Aug 21 02:41:19 UTC 2018
I think Uber is available to the public. So they should be PSV (assuming
they are Uber etc).
There are bus parking spaces where bus driver takes a break. Possibly
these too are for drivers to take a break?
It does need discussion with those that put them there as to what they
One parking thing that is becoming more common - share cars. These
parking spots are for 'share cars' that people can use (once they
usually become a member and pay an annual fee).
They make good sense in places where they is limited parking and people
find they usually walk or use public transport, if they own a car they
cannot park it anywhere near their home.
I know they exist frequently in Sydney .. about every block in certain
areas. They are not public, but private to members shared cars.
Possibly tag access=private, private=share_car?
One firm is https://www.goget.com.au/ Humm they say 1,487 of them in
Sydney, much less in other places.
On 21/08/18 08:11, Graeme Fitzpatrick wrote:
> I think partially at least it would depend on the usage - are these
> spaces only available to use when you are using your car as a "taxi",
> so being parked to pick up passengers, or can you park your VTC there
> while you go & do the shopping! :-)
> If only for use by a "taxi", then I'd be inclined to just leave them
> as a PSV space, possibly with a description to say that the space is
> for VTC.
> On Tue, 21 Aug 2018 at 07:06, yo paseopor <yopaseopor at gmail.com
> <mailto:yopaseopor at gmail.com>> wrote:
> These days I am editing Barcelona's harbour. One of the things I
> saw there is some places for VTC car (like taxi but private: Uber,
> Cabify). I will not talk about the Spanish discussion about if
> they have to exist or not, but in Barcelona's harbour we have
> these kind of places of parking (4 or 5 spots). I think they are
> not PSV vehicles (Should it exist PRSV (Private Service
> Vehicles?). I try to find they in the wiki but I don't find it (I
> don't consider they are taxis.
> What do you think?
> Salut i taxi i VTC
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