[Talk-GB] Red route attribution

Nils Nolde nilsnolde at gmail.com
Wed Oct 4 09:37:03 UTC 2017

Hi David,

see here:

Basically it prohibits vehicles to stop at the side of the road. Apparently
it´s only implemented in London and West Midlands. There are multiple
implementations, some are valid at all times (double red lines), others
only during certain times (single red lines). However, this info is
extremely useful for all sorts of delivery services. So, I think it´d be a
great addition.


On Wed, Oct 4, 2017 at 11:32 AM, David Fox <davefoxfac63 at btinternet.com>

> What's a red route?
> I only know of mountain bike classification.
> On 4 October 2017, at 10:15, Nils Nolde <nilsnolde at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I´m trying to find out if there´s a common practice across the UK to
> attribute red routes?
> I found a few examples on how people deal with them, but no best practice.
> It seems most common to put 'red_route' for tag 'restriction_designation':
> http://taginfo.openstreetmap.org.uk/search?q=red_route#values
> Would it make sense to add 2 values to the 'restriction' tag:
> 'red_route_single', 'red_route_double'? Or a 'red_route' tag? Not sure
> about OSM policies here.. But I´m sure one could get the info at least for
> London from Transport for London.
> Many thanks
> Nils
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