[Tagging] Extremely complicated conditional values

Johnparis okosm at johnfreed.com
Thu Apr 25 08:28:03 UTC 2019


I'd try something similar to this example:

access:conditional=destination @ (weight>5.5)

So in your case you would have

maxspeed:advisory:conditional=18 @ (weight>=37.5)
maxspeed:advisory:conditional=22 @ (weight>=35 AND weight<37.5)
maxspeed:advisory:conditional=26 @ (weight>=32.5 AND weight<35)
maxspeed:advisory:conditional=37 @ (weight>=30 AND weight<32.5)

(... the standard for weight being short tons in the USA...)

John


On Thu, Apr 25, 2019 at 4:36 AM Paul Johnson <baloo at ursamundi.org> wrote:

> Is there a condition value calculator that can help me come up with sane
> tagging for this?
>
> https://openstreetcam.org/details/955279/18672/track-info
>
> This is a chart of advised speeds in MPH for HGVs on a motorway in Oregon
> based on weight in pounds.  I'm at a complete loss of how to tag for this
> save for conditional values but I am banging my head on coming up anything
> cogent reading through
> https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Conditional_restrictions short of maxspeed:advisory:hgv=18
> mph (which technically fits the most stringent value but a little
> hamfisted given that sign).
>
> Can I get a hint on this?
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