[Talk-us] Disney (was Re: access=destination vs access=private)

Bill Ricker bill.n1vux at gmail.com
Thu Sep 15 03:50:25 BST 2011

On Tue, Sep 13, 2011 at 9:38 AM, Anthony <osm at inbox.org> wrote:

> We're trying to figure out whether this sign restricts the use of the
> road, or if it's BS:

It asserts their right to uninvite  someone who provokes them and then order
them to leave, on pain of arrest for tresspass.
The sign prima-facie denies a formal or traditional right of way; it denies
access=yes and access=permissive.

Lacking proof that OC or FL have recorded a formal RoW (i saw that search
for such was, unsurprisingly, negative), the OSM tradition is to map the
signage, right?

So this could be access=destination , which should allow routing at ends but
not for thru traffic.

If they weren't  graded Tertiary or better, they'd highway=service, same as
any shopping mall's access roads -- which ought to used for routes as if
access=destination  -- it's just a bigger and more elaborate road network
within a single bigger, more elaborate enterprise campus, so needs explicit.

( In practical terms it matters not much.  Unless the short-cutting vehicle
is a truck whose cab or trailer is labelled for a retail chain, or gets
stuck under a low overpass, it is very hard for WDW Security to tell
a trespasser is not a guest without following them gate to gate. To become a
guest momentarily, all you need do is pull into a WDW hotel parking area and
walk in to ask a question about diner reservations. And the sweep of Victory
makes it not a useful shortcut to anywhere.   )

Will be down there for a couple days soon, but no car this trip, may not
pass this sign even on bus. Will pass it in January. As an annual pass
holder and DVC member deeded to BLT, I will pass that sign with a
clear conscience.

@n1vux bill.n1vux at gmail.com
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