[Tagging] Do we still need cycleway=opposite?

Mateusz Konieczny matkoniecz at tutanota.com
Sun Mar 17 08:04:29 UTC 2019

I like to use it to mark that given oneway:bicycle=no has no designated contraflow lane.

This way all oneway:bicycle=no have either cycleway=opposite or cycleway=opposite_lane
or are waiting for survey.

Mar 17, 2019, 8:37 AM by theswavu at gmail.com:

> On 17/3/19 10:42 am, Martin Koppenhoefer wrote:
>> I didn’t know this tag, historically the cycleway tags were used for bicycle infrastructure, seems people are working to change this.
> I didn't say I liked the cycleway=shared tag. There are a lot of highways in Australia tagged with this and I wouldn't ride on any of them. I'm assuming that routers should treat them the same as cycleway=no.
> This does raise the question: do we still need the cycleway=opposite tag? Is there some characteristic of the street that is not captured by just the bicycle:oneway=no tag?
> A question for the Euromappers I think (haven't seen a "cycle plug" in Australia).
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