[Tagging] Was barrier=jersey_barrier approved in a proposal?
61sundowner at gmail.com
Sun Apr 14 23:05:36 UTC 2019
The same plastic barriers are used in Australia. While they may be
capable of retaining water .. I am yet to see one with water in it ...
probably too much trouble and we do have a lack of water too.
Where weight is required the concrete ones look to be used, possibly
easier and quicker to do that than the plastic ones then fill with
water, then drain etc.
On 15/04/19 03:53, Tony Shield wrote:
> I was unfamiliar with the term jersey_barrier - but then there are
> other barriers I was unfamiliar with. I'm happy to use it - I'm
> English in England - as there are no dual-uses I am aware of.
> https://www.mapillary.com/map/im/Wp18aKeOYiiFWti5nTqorQ in my opinion
> shows some very posh jersey-barriers outside the Palace of Westminster.
> I've noticed that many of the plastic barriers used on UK motorways
> are filled with water - presumably as they can be located by hand then
> filled from a mobile water tank - no crane required.
> On 14/04/2019 10:56, Joseph Eisenberg wrote:
>> Thanks, Martin! I couldn’t find that link.
>> I wish the OSM wiki search feature had a better algorithm.
>> Can anyone from England confirm that this tag is intelligible in your
>> dialect? Are there other names for these that should be mentioned on
>> the page?
>> On Sun, Apr 14, 2019 at 4:57 PM Martin Koppenhoefer
>> <dieterdreist at gmail.com <mailto:dieterdreist at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> sent from a phone
>> On 14. Apr 2019, at 04:43, Joseph Eisenberg
>> <joseph.eisenberg at gmail.com <mailto:joseph.eisenberg at gmail.com>>
>>> I want to know so that the wiki page can be edited to show the
>>> correct status: approved vs in use.
>> I went back into the archives and it seems it was included and
>> approved in my more barrier types proposal 2011:
>> Not sure where the tag name for jersey barriers came from,
>> probably from tagging ml discussion (it is not a word I have in
>> my vocabulary)
>> Cheers, Martin
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