Tag:amenity=bicycle_parking

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Public-images-osm logo.svg amenity = bicycle_parking
Bicycle-parking.jpg
Description
A place for parking bicycles.
Rendering
Parking-bicycle-16.svg
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesmay be used on waysmay be used on areasuse on relations unspecified
Useful combination
Wikidata
Wikidata-logo.svgQ16243822
Status: Approved

The term ‘bicycle parking’ refers to any parking space designed for bicycles, where one can leave a pedal cycle unattended in reasonable security. In cities and towns, these can often be found in front of shops or along streets; possibly in association with parking for motorised vehicles. Examples of specific forms include covered bike sheds and lockers, simple ground-anchored bike racks, or curvy artistic lumps of metal for chaining your bike to.

Usage

Add a node tagged amenity=bicycle_parking in the geographical centre of the feature if it's just a small number of bike racks close together. Alternatively, larger areas of cycle parking may be represented with a closed way. Don't use both together: use only one object per feature.

Tags

Tag Description
name=* Larger areas of bike parking may be named.
operator=* Cycle parking may be operated by some organisation.
covered=* Parked bikes are protected from rain.
access=* Public access is implied in most roadside cases. Some bike racks can be private to a university, company, or other organisation, possibly requiring keys or codes to access.
capacity=* The number of bikes that can be parked here.
fee=* In some places, one must pay to park one's bike.
  • paid is a less widespread alias for this.
bicycle_parking=* Details the type of bicycle parking (e.g. stands, wall loops...).
cyclestreets_id=* A link to the ID (e.g. 12345) of the location describing a photo of the cycle parking in CycleStreets. Multiple IDs should be separated by semi-colons.
maxstay=* Maximum time the bicycle is allowed to be parked at that place - given sometimes at covered parking-places.
surveillance=* Closed-circuit television (CCTV) security cameras can be marked with this. See the linked page for details of the values in use. Depending on the layout, a separate node nearby may be enough.

When tagging capacities, assume that most Sheffield stands (also referred to as U-racks in wikipedia) or similar forms of two-sided bike rack can hold up to two bicycles for each stand when working out the capacity=*.

Types of parking

See main entry: bicycle_parking=*.

See also

Related terms: ‹ bicycle parking ›