[Tagging] Feature Proposal - RFC - Toll Gantry
jonathon at kaartgroup.com
Wed Sep 5 18:50:45 UTC 2018
According to the wiki, enforcement=toll is used for something completely different. See:
HGV toll enforcement camera bridges and pillars in Germany (see Toll Collect <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/en:Toll_Collect> on Wikipedia), checking system compliance.
For normal toll bridges that directly trigger the payment please use barrier <https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Key:barrier>=toll_booth <https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Tag:barrier%3Dtoll_booth>
From what I’ve read there and on the Wikipedia page mentioned, it seems to have more to do enforcing that people pay, not actually collecting.
The other factor is that the proposal is for a tag on a node versus a tag enforcement which is a relation.
Jonathon McClung | Kaart | jonathon at kaartgroup.com
> On Sep 5, 2018, at 12:38 PM, Erkin Alp Güney <erkinalp9035 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Would enforcement=toll not be enough?
> 05-09-2018 20:48 tarihinde Jonathon McClung yazdı:
>> Hello OSM Tagging List!
>> We at Kaart noticed a lot of unresolved discussions on the more and
>> more prevalent toll gantries that never really came to a head. We
>> considered some of the routing issues caused by the current
>> barrier=toll_booth method when we started to run into them with the
>> data we collected in South Africa. Therefore, we figured we would put
>> together a proposal to get something more or less set in stone. Please
>> check it out and leave a comment in the discussion page!
>> Link to the proposal:
>> Definition as it appears on the site:
>> A tag on a node to denote a transponder or camera gantry that exists
>> for the purpose of electronically collecting tolls.
>> Jonathon McClung | Kaart | jonathon at kaartgroup.com
>> <mailto:jonathon at kaartgroup.com>
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