[Tagging] routes with double use hiking and bicycle

Jo winfixit at gmail.com
Sun Sep 2 09:59:52 UTC 2018


I would also think that the bicycle part would be somewhat different (more
split due to oneway traffic for bicycles on cycleways, whereas foot routes
can take the shortest path in both directions), so I think the best
approach is 2 route relations with quite some overlap.
It is a bit annoying that you then have 2 OSM objects for the same real
world 'concept' and I'm afraid there is no completely satisfying solution
for this.
Over here in Belgium bicycle routes and foot routes are always
'segregated'. The numbered foot route networks are also at a more granular
scale than the numbered cycle route networks.

Polyglot

Op zo 2 sep. 2018 om 11:27 schreef Yves <yvecai at mailbox.org>:

> Why don't you Tage separate relations?
> Yves
>
> Le 2 septembre 2018 11:02:39 GMT+02:00, Volker Schmidt <voschix at gmail.com>
> a écrit :
>>
>> There are routes out there that can be used by bicycle and on foot. Up tp
>> now I have classified them as one or the or the other, tagging according to
>> the prevalent use. This is unsatisfactory and, strictly speaking, not
>> corresponding to the principle of on-the-ground-truth.
>>
>> I would like to distinguish between
>>
>>    - routes that are exclusively hiking (containing ways that are
>>    off-limits for bicycles)
>>    - routes that are exclusively for cycling (containing ways that are
>>    not suitable for pedestrians)
>>    - routes that are intended for double use
>>
>> The formally correct solution is "route=hiking;bicycle", and
>> network=lwn;lcn ecc
>> but this tagging is discouraged [1] and is flagged as error by JOSM, and
>> I suspect that it also not supported by data users, as it is not documented
>> anywhere.
>> In my part of the world (Northern Italy) we have plenty of mixed-use
>> routes, which is in most cases already reflected in their name " percorso
>> ciclo-pedonale ".
>>
>> I suppose that this has been discussed in the past, and apologize if I
>> did not find  (or forgot) where.
>>
>> [1] https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Semi-colon_value_separator
>>
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