[talk-au] highway=service

Graeme Fitzpatrick graemefitz1 at gmail.com
Sun Aug 15 00:06:16 UTC 2021


On Sun, 15 Aug 2021 at 08:55, Tom Brennan <website at ozultimate.com> wrote:

>
> This is an example of a residential driveway (highway=service +
> service=driveway) that I would add access=private to.


Yep.

I agree with your comment about only the section inside the property
> actually being
> private, but that distinction really only becomes important once
> footpaths are more frequently mapped as highway=footway + footway=sidewalk
>

Personally, I don't bother splitting them. Strictly speaking, nobody is
allowed to turn into your household driveway & park there, so I consider
that the whole thing would be private?

This is an example of an industrial complex that has driveways (or
> access roads?) leading to numerous small businesses. Currently
> highway=service, no access or service tags. Access is not clear to me
>

I'd call it =driveway + access=yes, as customers have to get to those
businesses

This is an example of an industrial area driveway (highway=service +
> service=driveway) that I would add access=private to (local knowledge).
>

Is it only PO staff who drive in there? If yes, then =private is good, if
other couriers / deliveries also come in, then possibly =permit?

This is an example of an industrial complex that has a mix (6 ways
> total) of highway=service, highway=service + service=parking_aisle and
> highway=service + service=driveway(!).


Yep, that looks about right, once again probably access=yes. You could also
include another driveway going up to the multi-story carpark, & a
parking-aisle on it's roof! Access on that one would depend on signage
though?

https://www.openstreetmap.org/edit#map=19/-33.81513/151.19230

Thanks

Graeme
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