[Tagging] lanes = 0
yopaseopor at gmail.com
Mon Jun 24 12:02:55 UTC 2019
Also when they are a passable, two way road?
Carril. Banda longitudinal en que puede estar subdividida la calzada,
delimitada o no por marcas viales longitudinales, siempre que tenga una
anchura suficiente para permitir la circulación de una fila de automóviles
que no sean motocicletas.
It is the place of the road , limited or not by marks , that has
sufficient width to fit a row of motor vehicles (not motorcycles).
In a road, if you can fit a row of motor vehicles, then , in Spain, it is
could be possible
Also if you have the width to fit a motor vehicle it is a lane so...
In a road lane=0 is not possible in Spain
Salut i carrils (Health and lanes)
On Mon, Jun 24, 2019 at 1:41 PM Allroads <allroadsworld at gmail.com> wrote:
> So there are lanes and virtual lanes.
> We must make a good distinction, I must be able to see immediately,
> whether I am dealing with a marked lane or a virtual lane, that has no
> Do not expect from a mapper, at a marked lane, also to set marked = yes.
> (or else) to make the distinction.
> See wikipedia and else, there all marked.
> A two-way road without a marking in our country, does not have lanes!
> (law). Although, you can pass each other. There, we could have also a new
> tagcombination! But not lanes=* , these are marked! (law)
> To make a good distinction, it must be immediately clear.
> What do you think of:
> lanes: virtual = (number), lanes that have no markings. Not a second tag
> The same method as there is used highway: virtual = pedestrian, to make a
> route line over a pedestrian area. Or over a field, a beach.
> You could say, lanes are created in the UK, lanes are created in OSM,
> these lanes where written down as marked lanes, to use lanes=* for virtual
> lanes was a abuse of the tag lanes=* , if you do use it, you make the
> definition unclear and that should be avoided, there is a new tag needed.
> Problem solved.
> Quote: yo_paseopor
> In Spain is easy: when there is no marks = lanes=1
> Also when they are a passable, two way road?
> When there are no marking there are no lanes.
> lanes=1, like on a highway link, is indicating one way, one direction.
> A lot of lanes=1 are deleted in our country, because they are not a lane
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