[OSM-talk] amenity=doctor or amenity=doctors ? [tagging]
mikh43 at googlemail.com
Tue Feb 24 09:52:05 GMT 2009
Just replied to Someoneelse's posting and copied it to you as well as to the
list ... The 'Essex Way' waymarks are a good example of Type 2 (see my
earlier posting); the yellow and blue ones are consistent with the Type 1
waymarking colour scheme. A 'byway' may be a BOAT or a RB and thus red or
From: Ed Loach [mailto:ed at loach.me.uk]
Sent: 23 February 2009 21:00
To: 'Someoneelse'; 'Mike Harris'
Cc: talk at openstreetmap.org
Subject: Re: [OSM-talk] amenity=doctor or amenity=doctors ? [tagging]
Someoneelse (?) wrote:
> which makes it clear that it's about the legal right of access rather
> than the physical possibility of doing so.
Of course. It all makes sense now. Thanks. Guess I'd better check some of my
bicycle=yes tags that I've added to various footways :(
> Finally - a question. How widespread is the use of the yellow / blue
> / red scheme described on UK_public_rights_of_way? I've seen it
> southwest of London and maybe parts of Oxfordshire, but don't recall
> it elsewhere.
I don't know any byways around here, but I've seen both the yellow and blue
arrows (on footpaths and bridleways), although sometimes the old concrete
finger posts with the writing on the sign are more obvious. I'm in Essex, so
the arrows seem to have the Essex council logo on them.
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