[OSM-talk] Highway access on hospital grounds

Philip Barnes phil at trigpoint.me.uk
Mon Jul 5 09:00:50 UTC 2021


Thinking of local hospitals there is no legal restriction  on through traffic.

Various things may make it not the best route, such as traffic calming and low speed limits. These can be mapped and will allow sensible routing decisions.


Phil (trigpoint)

On Monday, 5 July 2021, Mateusz Konieczny via talk wrote:
> In some cases roads through hospital groundsallow through traffic, not only what leads tothe hospital itself.
> 
> Especially for some traffic modes like 
> bicycle.
> 
> If transit for vehicles is not allowed then 
> vehicle=destination editor fit.
> 
> Is also pedestrian traffic restricted?
> What about bicycles and horses?
> Can anyone enter the grounds?
> 
> 5 Jul 2021, 08:39 by mar7.lun2 at gmail.com:
> 
> > Should the highways on a public hospital grounds (footways, etc) have
> > access=*, maybe access=destination or access=permissive? The idea is
> > to prohibit routing through a hospital that has multiple entrances,
> > unless the routing destination is the hospital itself. Or are routers
> > expected to avoid routing through the hospital grounds by default? I
> > am not thinking about a specific router implementation, this is a
> > general idea.
> >
> > For clarity, this is not about staff-only or emergency-only ways.
> >
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