[Talk-GB] Tagging one way at certain times of day
adam.c.snape at gmail.com
Thu Jan 17 14:49:09 UTC 2019
I think you're right in your reading of those tags - they don;t indicate
what you'd like.
Assuming the restrictions aply to all traffic (other than psv) then a
general oneway:conditional=yes @ (09:00-18:00) would seem the most simple.
Your oneway:psv=no overides that restriction.
Personally though I have a preference for setting the tagging so that
routers don't default to sending people down restrcited streets at all
times because they don't recognise the tagging, so I would have it as
oneway=yes and oneway:conditional=no @ (18:00-09:00). Again the specific
psv tagging should override the restrictions.
Please remember to add oneway:bicycle=no tags if there's also a cycle
On Thu, 17 Jan 2019 at 14:03, Stuart Reynolds <
stuart at travelinesoutheast.org.uk> wrote:
> Hi All,
> My attention has been drawn (by a local authority colleague) to a street
> in Tunbridge Wells, Grosvenor Road (
> https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/35929327). This is a bi-directional
> road that has timed restrictions heading north between 9am and 8pm, with
> buses allowed to head north up it at all times. Traffic can head south at
> all times.
> The tagging on it is currently:
> maxspeed=20 mph
> motor_vehicle:conditional=no @ (09:00-18:00)
> name=Grosvenor Road
> to which I have just added oneway:psv=no because “psv=yes” doesn’t
> override the oneway tag, only the access tag.
> But the question is, is this correct tagging for the road? I don’t think
> that it is, because I take the combination of access, oneway, and
> conditional to mean that this is a oneway street, always, but that motor
> vehicles are prevented from using it IN EITHER DIRECTION between the hours
> of 9am and 6pm.
> Assuming that I’m right, how SHOULD this be tagged, to achieve the desired
> aim? Or am I wrong?
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