[Tagging] Is there a good way to indicate "pushing bicycle not allowed here"?

Oliver Simmons oliversimmo at gmail.com
Wed Jul 22 08:29:47 UTC 2020

It seems highly strange that you wouldn't even be allowed to carry/push
your bike, are you sure that was what it meant?
Do you have a picture of the sign?

On Tue, 21 Jul 2020, 22:50 Allroads, <allroadsworld at gmail.com> wrote:

> There lots of forest roads/path, where the bicycle/pushed carried is
> prohibited. Mostly, private owned land with a access_sign.
> “the bicycle” “transportation vehicle” is prohibited.
> Because, navigation programs do not us bicycle=no, as a hard no, there is
> the need for a extra value.
> bicycle=explicit_no, means “the vehicle” is prohibited.
> Why a value?
> We need a one value, otherwise a lot of more keys, which makes it things
> complicated. At the end it means for all explicit no!
> bicycle_pushed=no
> motorcycle_pushed=no
> horse_pushed=no ;-)
> moped_pushed=no
> mofa_pushed=no
> etc.
> Better one value, key=explicit_no
> What do you think?
> If we do not solve this problem, this stays forever.
> On the wiki page dismount, this bicycle_pushed is mentioned.
> https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Tag:bicycle%3Ddismount
> For me a wrong advise.
> The problem is wider for more transportation modes, even for other product
> to carry around.
> Private access_sign rules, can go much further then traffic_sign. In what
> is prohibited.
> What the owner think and write down on the sign is valid.
> The skateboard is prohibited, means you can not carry a skateboard around
> with you.
> skateboard=explicit_no
> I need this value to do it correctly. Where the bicycle is no allowed. Or
> a other value meaning the same.
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