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

Volker Schmidt voschix at gmail.com
Thu Jul 23 05:41:54 UTC 2020


On Wed, 22 Jul 2020 at 22:51, bkil <bkil.hu+Aq at gmail.com> wrote:

> Although I think we've given enough evidence and _some_ of your quotes
> make sense, let me add another consideration.
>
> This is where bicycle=dismount could be used (although it is the default
> on highway=footway):
> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Opastemerkki.jpg
>
Highway=footway implies foot=designated which in turn implies the sign you
show. The default for this is bicycle=no. (in the sense of dismount) in OSM.

>
> bicycle=no is usually used on busy motorways where dismounting isn't
> feasible:
> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Nederlands_verkeersbord_C14.svg
>
On Italian motorways pedestrians and cyclists are forbidden. The default
OSM tags are foot=no and bicycle=no (the foot=no excludes the possibility
to walk your bike on motorways - so there is no problem there)

> Am I understanding correctly that this is what the wilderness rules would
> like to achieve?
> vehicle=no + scooter=prohibited + bicycle=prohibited + moped=prohibited +
> unicycle=prohibited + hand_cart=prohibited + wheeled_luggage=prohibited
>
correct

>
> I think if we concentrated on this case, it would be better to invent a
> specific access value to convey that they don't want to see you be in
> possession of anything that could leave a track in normal use
> (access=legged). When you go out with something like this in the wild, they
> could rightly infer that you would want to ride it when the park rangers
> are not looking. Not sure about the extent of such restriction, but it
> might also make sense to put it onto the natural area instead of each and
> every individual path of it.
>
Apart from the wilderness case we have at least two examples where walked
bicycles are explicitly forbidden, but other wheeled means of human
transport are not, like wheelchairs and baby buggies: the historic part of
Venice and Nymphenburg Schlosspark in Germany. And I am sure there are more
like this.
One thing which springs in mind are many underground systems (with one
notable exception that I know of: Helsinki)

So the problem does not go away. We need a generic no-bicycles-allowed-here
type of tag
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