[Tagging] Reversible Road tagging

yo paseopor yopaseopor at gmail.com
Fri Nov 9 18:59:22 UTC 2018

One little point

Untill now GPS navigation is orientative, not compulsory, obligatory or
have-to-do. So instead your Osmand says you go in opposite direction, you
drive, you decide. No kamikaze please.

PD: conditional lanes tagging situation would be interesting with a new tag
(forward/backward/reversible), for example...

reversible:forward=Mo-Su 07:00-09:00,15:30-17:30
reversible:backward=Mo-Su 9:00-15:30
reversible:closed=Mo-Su 17:30-07:00

On Thu, Nov 8, 2018 at 11:12 PM Richard <ricoz.osm at gmail.com> wrote:

> On Thu, Nov 08, 2018 at 04:05:49PM -0500, Jack Burke wrote:
> > Following the KISS principle, barrier node tagging might be the way to
> go,
> > at least initially.
> >
> > Barrier tagging Pros:
> > * Easy to implement in routing (e.g., OsmAnd's routing.xml can process a
> > node as barrier=1 or barrier=-1 based on the opening_hours times).
> note that OsmAnd doesn't do any time dependent routing, or at it least it
> didn't do it for a very long time.
> > Barrier tagging Cons:
> > * Having a hard time thinking of any.
> might work to some extent but I see it as important deficit that the
> directionality
> of the road isn't modelled.. sooner or later it will cause disaster.
> Imagine routers
> to issue commands like "turn around and follow the road in opposite
> direction" when the
> diver missed an exit for example.
> Also, just one single entry point that someone has forgotten to tag with a
> barrier
> or has the wrong time information and the router will send kamikaze
> drivers in the wrong
> direction into the expressway.
> My thought would be to have a variable time dependent number of lanes in
> each
> direction.
> Or "oneway" with conditional restrictions
>  https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Conditional_restrictions
> Richard
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