[Tagging] Features underwater (inside reservoirs)

Warin 61sundowner at gmail.com
Tue Jun 9 02:11:44 UTC 2020

On 8/6/20 10:14 pm, Paul Allen wrote:
> On Mon, 8 Jun 2020 at 10:33, Cornelis <cornelis.H at web.de 
> <mailto:cornelis.H at web.de>> wrote:
>     With these tags and the surrounding footways the bridge is treatey
>     as normal (foot)way by OSRM and graphhopper, altough it only falls
>     dry roughly every other autumn. Is this a tagging issue that may
>     be resolved with correct/additional tags? After reading the
>     discussion I think at least three tags should be added:
>     Then some questions on other tags currently in use:
>     • historic=bridge seems ok to me, but I'm not sure if it is a
>     conflict with building=bridge. Do I have to choose either one?
> They are not mutually exclusive.  If it is a tourist attraction then 
> it could
> also have tourism=attraction.
>     • intermittent seems to only be in use with water bodies, as far
>     as i can tell after reading the wiki article.
>     • seasonal is somewhat related with intermittent but in use for
>     other things as well. Should I remove these two, nonetheless?
> Neither seem appropriate to me.  However, what you should have is 
> access=no
> to prevent routers from including it in walking routes. What you could 
> do, to
> show it is occasionally usable (if it is), is something like:
>     access=no
>     access:conditional=yes @ (above water)

I would keep seasonal but make it more specific


Conditional key does not look to have text base entry ... might be 
better to use opening hours?

opening_hours= "above water" ???

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