[Tagging] Foot or foot.cycle crossing

Nick Bolten nbolten at gmail.com
Fri Dec 6 17:45:47 UTC 2019

```Sorry for being late to the party!

My understanding is that there isn't a documented tagging strategy for a
marked cycle lane crossing that's mapped as on a street way.

cycleway=crossing covers this scenario if the cycleway has been separately
mapped, so I wonder if a proposal for a tag like cycleway:
right:lane=crossing would be a logical extension. It could be applied to
the street way from the start of the crossing to the end of the crossing.

Specifying the crossing type (if necessary) could lead to an awkwardly long
key, as the nested would always need a side-of-street reference, like
cycleway:right:lane:crossing=uncontrolled. Maybe there should just be one
tag: cycleway:right: crossing=yes/no/uncontrolled (whatever that
means)/unmarked.

Best,

Nick

On Wed, Nov 27, 2019, 7:13 AM Volker Schmidt <voschix at gmail.com> wrote:

> I do have a topological problem with the mapping of a junction of two
> roads one of which has parallel cycle lanesa and sidewalks
> Both are correctly mapped: the sidewalk as a separate highwy=footway and
> the cycle lanes as cycleway:left|right=lane.
> How to you tag the foot-cycle crossings.
> See this Mapillary photo
> <https://www.mapillary.com/map/im/yXHAsaqTftjViiDnGddjXg> to make things
> clearer.
> Two possible options:
>
> (1)
> way with:
> crossing=uncontrolled
> footway=crossing
> highway=footway
> plus node with:
> crossing=uncontrolled
> highway=crossing
>
> (2)
> way with:
> bicycle=designated
> foot=designated
> highway=path
> path=crossing
> segregated=yes
> plus node with:
> bicycle=yes
> crossing=uncontrolled
> highway=crossing
>
> Both are "incorrect" in some aspects.
> Which one is less incorrect?
> Is there a better tagging solution?
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