[Talk-us] hgv=designated in US National Park

Russell Deffner russell.deffner at hotosm.org
Tue Jun 30 01:40:33 UTC 2015



Highway 34 has a bit different rules, I remember when I was living in Fort Collins and working in Granby we could pass through the park for free and actually drove our ‘commercial pickup trucks and wood chippers in tow’ (which is a whole other story with potential tree pest/disease spread potential).  But I do not know the ‘complete rules’; I would think the other roads follow normal park rules.




From: Mike Thompson [mailto:miketho16 at gmail.com] 
Sent: Monday, June 29, 2015 6:36 PM
To: Open Street Map Talk-US
Subject: [Talk-us] hgv=designated in US National Park


I am finding roads in Rocky Mountain National Park tagged as "hgv=designated" in spite of the fact that on the ground it is clearly posted "No Commercial Vehicles in RMNP."  While hgv doesn't exactly equal "commercial" it would be improper to route a commercial vehicle through the park.  Can this tagging be correct? 



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