[Tagging] Short-term parking zones
lieskovsky.matej at gmail.com
Sat Jan 13 21:06:09 UTC 2018
I have a similar problem with the tagging of "Zone 30" and other such
I understand that having the tag on every road makes it easier for
I think that when a restriction is conceptually an area, it should be
marked as an area
because we should be making use of the fact that we have a geospatial
A relationship feels a little like having the disadvantages of both
you need to keep track of all road segments, but it is worse for consumers.
I'd like to know, if there is some generic way of tagging an area-based
I know we already use it for low emission zones, but I'd like a general
I understand the need for consumer-friendly tagging,
but couldn't we somehow solve that without tagging everything separately?
Full disclosure: I am a proponent of a system that would take a planet file
and apply some transformation rules in order to "decompress" it for
Stuff like "every road in this area is a 50km/h with source=cz:urban unless
On 13 January 2018 at 20:21, Stefan Nagy <stefan.nagy at posteo.net> wrote:
> in Vienna, Austria parking space management has turned entire districts
> or large connected parts thereof into short-term parking zones (see ).
> To me it seems that there has to be a better way to map these zones than
> to tag every street therein with the same (sometimes quite complicated)
> parking:condition-tags. And since Vienna isn't the only city with big
> short-term parking zones I wanted to ask for ways how to solve this
> First I was thinking about implicit parking:condition-values used on all
> streets in these zones, something like
> parking:condition:both=AT:ViennaSTPZx ('x' because right now there are
> three different short-term parking zones in Vienna), in this case I thought
> we could document these implicit values in the wiki. Then on the Austrian
> mailinglist (german thread '[talk-at] Wiener Kurzparkzonen', see ) the
> was brought up that we could use relations with all streets in these zones.
> Maybe type=site relations with parking:condition-tags…?
> I hope someone here was confronted with a similar problem before and
> found a good way to map big parking zones.
>  https://www.wien.gv.at/english/transportation/parking/shortterm.htm
>  https://lists.openstreetmap.org/pipermail/talk-at/2018-Janua
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