[Tagging] How to tag a way with several conditional access restrictions

SelfishSeahorse selfishseahorse at gmail.com
Mon Jul 30 19:48:36 UTC 2018

Hi Paul

This is not perfect, but it is how I would tag that service road:

vehicle = delivery
disabled = yes
foot = yes
description = "Vehicular access for launching boats only. Vehicles
must be returned to the main parking area."

Maybe someone else has a better idea.

Note that the wiki states that wheelchair=* should be used instead of
disabled=*. However, I think this is wrong: wheelchair=* gives
information whether something is suitable for wheelchair users, while
disabled=* gives information about its legal access.



On Mon, 30 Jul 2018 at 15:53, Paul Burton <paul at paul-burton.com> wrote:
> A local fishing lake has a parking area for all users, then a gravel
> service road that leads from the parking area to the lake shore. Signage
> on the service road indicates that the road is for use by:
> * Vehicular access for launching boats only (explicitly stating that the
> boat-carrying vehicle must be returned to the main parking area and the
> user(s) must walk back to the lake)
> * Vehicular access by disabled users (who are then presumably allowed to
> park their vehicles near the lake shore for the duration of their visit)
> * Pedestrian access for all other users
> The wiki goes into some detail about conditional access tag values, but
> given the specific nature of this situation, I'm unsure how to proceed.
> Any advice is welcome.
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> Paul Burton
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