[Talk-us] hgv=designated in US National Park
miketho16 at gmail.com
Tue Jun 30 01:55:26 UTC 2015
Thanks for the helpful information. I should have mentioned it is US 36 in
question (I haven't looked at US 34 yet - east of Deer Junction anyway). In
any event, it sounds like you had special permission (since you didn't have
to pay an entrance fee at all). In which case hgv=private (Only with
permission of the owner on an individual basis).
On Mon, Jun 29, 2015 at 7:40 PM, Russell Deffner <russell.deffner at hotosm.org
> 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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