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      <div class="moz-cite-prefix">On 3/12/2019 5:53 PM, Warin wrote:<br>
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        <div class="moz-cite-prefix">On 13/03/19 08:43, Graeme
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                  <div>I do know of one that is one-way - admittedly
                    it's only ~300 m's long & it's on a elevated
                    suspension bridge!, not a normal track, but it is
                    posted as entrance only at this end & exit only
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        The overland track is one way during the normal walking season,
        and it does have a number of resident rangers to enforce the
        rules. (~60 km)<br>
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    walking not working, though for some it is 'work'. <br>
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        The milford track has similar restrictions (~50 km)<br>
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        There are probably more... <br>
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      <p>Thanks both of you for the examples... I was trying to think of
        one but came up short. These show what oneway=yes on a footway
        is for.<br>
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      <p>Is there any point in considering a tag for oneways that are
        not enforced but generally done nonetheless? oneway=traditional,
        oneway=suggested, something like that? (Again, I know I've seen
        these, but I can't think of an example offhand.)<br>
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    oneway=recommended? matches present use of  4wd=recommended <br>
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