ES:Tag:amenity=bicycle_parking

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Public-images-osm logo.svg amenity = bicycle_parking
Bicycle-parking.jpg
Descripción
Un lugar para estacionar bicicletas
Usado en estos elementos
puede ser usado en nodospuede ser usado en víaspuede ser usado en áreasuso en relaciones no se ha especificado
Combinaciones útiles
Estado: Aprobada

El término ‘biciestacionamiento’ se refiere a todo espacio de estacionamiento especialmente disenado para bicicletas, donde uno puede dejar su bicicleta sin vigilencia con cierta seguridad. En ciudades, son generalmente ubicados adelante de tiendas o a lo largo de las vias; eventualmente en conjunto con estacionamientos tradicionales para vehiculos motoriados. 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 Nodo 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 Area. Don't use both together: use only one object per feature.

Additional attributes

The following tags can be used to describe the cycle parking you're tagging more thoroughly:

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 or wall loops). See types of parking below.
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: Key:bicycle_parking

The most common variety of cycle parking is the ‘Sheffield’ stand, which consists of a inverted U-shaped metal beam set into the ground, pavement or road surface; examples of ‘Sheffield’ stands can be found on CycleStreets.net. ‘Sheffield’ stands should be tagged bicycle_parking=sheffield. For other types of cycle parking infrastructure, see Key:bicycle_parking.

See also

Related terms: ‹ bicycle parking ›