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Descripción
Restricciones que se aplican al uso de un elemento.
Etiquetas

Las restricciones se pueden aplicar a muchos elementos e indican prohibiciones de uso. Consulta Relation:restriction para usar restricciones en relaciones. Se puede encontrar más información en la página access=*.

Valores

Consulta a continuación para tipos de usos comunes de restricciones:



Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
Vehicle types
access agricultural / delivery / designated / destination / forestry / no / official / permissive / private / unknown / yes Vía General access permission.
  • agricultural – Only for agricultural traffic
  • delivery – Only when delivering to the element.
  • designated – A preferred or designated route for a specific vehicle type or types. Not compulsory but often marked by a traffic sign
  • destination – Used for ways in designated local traffic areas, where traffic should only enter if its destination is within the area
  • forestry – Only for forestry traffic
  • no – No access for the general public. Consider using another tag indicating who can use the element
  • official – The way is dedicated to a specific mode of travel by law. Usually marked by traffic signs and exclusive. In Germany use is also compulsory. clarification needed
  • permissive – Open to general traffic until such time as the owner revokes the permission which they are legally allowed to do at any time in the future.
  • private – Only with permission of the owner on an individual basis
  • unknown – No information provided on access. This is the default value for most features with a general assumption that access is allowed for all purposes
  • yes – The public has an official, legal right of access, i.e. it's a right of way (default value)
agricultural yes / no Vía Access permission for agricultural vehicles, e.g. tractors.
Agricultural.png
atv For values see access above Vía Access restricted to wheeled vehicles 1.27m (50 inches) or less in width, for example Wikipedia-16px.png ATV
Pictograms ATV All terrain Quad.svg
bdouble For values see access above Vía Area Access permission for Wikipedia-16px.png Road Train B-double. A B-double (B-Train) consists of a prime mover towing a specialised trailer (known as a "lead" or "A"-trailer) that has a fifth-wheel mounted on the rear towing another semi-trailer, resulting in two articulation points.
B-double.png
bicycle For values see access above + dismount Vía Access permission for bicycles. Usage of bicycle=dismount and bicycle=no will vary in different countries. If according to local traffic rules a bicycle is no longer seen as a bicycle when there's no one driving it, then there's no need for using bicycle=dismount. If the local legislation still sees an undriven bicycle as a bicycle then you may need to use both bicycle=dismount and bicycle=no.
Bicycle.png
boat For values see access above Vía Area Access permission for small boats and pleasure crafts, including yachts
Sailboat symbol.svg
emergency yes Vía Access permission for emergency motor vehicles; e.g., ambulance, fire truck, police car
MB-emergency edited.svg
foot For values see access above Vía Access permission for pedestrians.
Foot.png
forestry yes / no Vía Access permission for forestry vehicles, e.g. tractors.
goods For values see access above Vía Access permission for Wikipedia-16px.png light commercial vehicles (LCV) or goods vehicles of category N1 with a maximum allowed mass of up to 3.5 tonnes. In the USA, combined weight 26,000 lbs or less.
Hgv.png
hazmat For values see access above Vía Access permission for vehicles carrying hazardous materials.
Zeichen 261 stripped.svg
hgv For values see access above Vía Access permission for Wikipedia-16px.png Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGV) (UK), e.g. for goods vehicles of category N2 and N3 (trucks, lorries) with a maximum allowed mass over 3.5 tonnes. In the USA, combined weight 26,001 lbs or greater.
Hgv.png
horse For values see access above Vía Access permission for horse riders.
Horse.png
inline_skates yes / no Vía Nodo Area Access permission for Wikipedia-16px.png Inline Skates
Pictograms-nps-land-in-line skating stripped.svg
lhv For values see access above Vía Access permission for Wikipedia-16px.png Longer Heavier Vehicle (LHV), e.g. for vehicles with 6 axles and can carry up to 44 metric tons
Sinnbild LKW mit Anhänger.svg
mofa For values see access above Vía Access permission for Wikipedia-16px.png mofas
Sinnbild Mofa.svg
moped For values see access above Vía Access permission for Wikipedia-16px.png mopeds
Icon moped.png
motorboat For values see access above Vía Area Access permission boats and yachts using motor
Speedboat symbol.svg
motorcar For values see access above Vía Access permission for (motor) cars
Car.png
motorcycle For values see access above Vía Access permission for motorcycles
Motorcycle.png
motor_vehicle For values see access above Vía Access permission for any motorized vehicle
Zeichen 260 stripped.svg
psv For values see access above Vía Access permission for Public Service Vehicles (UK), e.g. buses and coaches
Bus.png
roadtrain For values see access above Vía Area Access permission for Wikipedia-16px.png Road train, A road train consists of a relatively conventional tractor unit, but instead of pulling one trailer or semi-trailer, the road train pulls two or more of them.
RoadTrainDJ.png
ski For values see access above Vía Area Access permission for Wikipedia-16px.png skiers
Norwegian-road-sign-790.32.svg
tank For values see access above Vía Area Access permission for (military) tanks
Panzer aus Zusatzzeichen 1049-12.svg
vehicle For values see access above Vía Access permission for all vehicles
Access.png
4wd_only yes Vía A road signed as only suitable for 4WD (offroad) vehicles
Other
charge Number Nodo Amount of toll or fee. See toll=* as well
Money Coin Icon.svg
maxheight Height Vía Height limit – units other than metres should be explicit
Maxheight.png
maxlength Length Vía Length limit – units other than metres should be explicit
Maxlength.png
maxspeed Speed Vía Maximum speed – units other than km/h should be explicit
Maxspeed.png
maxstay Number Vía Maximum stay, in units given (hour/hours/day/days)
maxweight Weight Vía Weight limit – units other than tonnes should be explicit
Maxweight.png
maxwidth Width Vía Width limit – units other than metres should be explicit
Maxwidth.png
minspeed Speed Vía Minimum speed – units other than km/h should be explicit
Minspeed.svg
noexit yes Nodo Vía A dead end road/cul de sac with only one access road
Noexit.png
oneway yes / no / -1 Vía
oneway=yes for traffic direction same as the sequence of nodes of the way.
oneway=no for bidirectional traffic.
oneway=-1 for traffic direction opposite to the sequence of nodes of the way (if the way cannot be reversed).
Some road types are assumed to be one-way (e.g. highway=motorway), others are assumed to be two-way (most others).
OneWaySign.png
Relation:restriction Relación Used for a set of tags and members to represent a turn restriction.
France road sign B2b.svg
toll yes Nodo Toll or fee must be paid to access way. See also barrier=toll_booth
Sweden road sign E25.svg
traffic_sign city_limit Nodo Start/end sign of city limits, in most countries implies a specific "city maxspeed".
Denmark City limit sign begin.svg

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