Key:hazmat

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Description
Restrictions on vehicles transporting hazardous materials.
Group: Restrictions
Used on these elements
should not be used on nodes
may be used on ways
may be used on areas
use on relations unspecified
Useful combination
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Status: Approved

Description

For marking of roads where transporting of hazardous materials is forbidden - or designated if such signs did exist.

Usage

Roads where transporting hazardous materials is forbidden can be tagged with hazmat=no.

Where local authorities divide hazardous materials into several groups, they might be appended with a colon, e.g. hazmat:A=no

Such divisions can be described on this page (on a per country basis if variations exist).

Values

As with any access=*.

Country specifics

Finland

Use hazmat=no, but hazmat:B=destination - the auxiliary sign "VAK(B)" allows the transport to destination on that road, despite the name of the main traffic sign. Some places have a hazmat=designated to divert such traffic onto motorways.

Groups A and B exist. Their difference is (mostly) only in the amounts allowed, as defined separately for some 10 material classifications. Group B allows more of the materials. That is, for example less than 50 kg of explosives onboard is not a hazardous transport (by the signs, that is), any transport of 50 kg or more must obey they signs for group A (hazmat:A=*) and a transport of over 500 kg belongs to group B (hazmat:B=*).

Germany

In Germany exists a positive and negative network for transporting hazardous materials. Other streets should only be used to reach your destination. In water protection areas you can find special signs to protect water against contamination. For this we create a special subclass hazmat:water=*.

hazmat=designated Driving with hazardous materials explicit allowed.
DE:354
hazmat:water=permissive Drivers of water contaminating materials should use a other route.
DE:269
hazmat:water=no Driving with water contaminating materials forbidden.
DE:261
hazmat=no Driving with hazardous materials forbidden.

France

L'utilisation frequente est hazmat=no.

Depuis Janvier 2010, une réglementation spécifique est appliquée aux tunnel: Il y a cinq catégories (A,B,C,D,E) Les panneaux utilisés sont B18c associé a M4z.

Catégories de tunnel La catégorie retenue fixe la liste des marchandises dangereuses dont le transport est interdit dans le tunnel Transports de marchandises dangereuses autorisés dans le tunnel
Catégorie A Aucune restriction aux TMD B, C, D, E et TMD sans code de restriction en tunnel
Catégorie B Interdiction aux TMD susceptibles de provoquer une explosion très importante C, D, E et TMD sans code de restriction en tunnel
Catégorie C Interdiction aux TMD susceptibles de provoquer une explosion très importante, une explosion importante ou une fuite toxique importante (gaz ou liquide volatile) D, E et TMD sans code de restriction en tunnel
Catégorie D Interdiction aux TMD susceptibles de provoquer une explosion très importante, une explosion importante ou une fuite toxique importante ou un incendie important E et TMD sans code de restriction en tunnel
Catégorie E Interdiction à tous les TMD (sauf les numéros ONU 2919,3291, 3331, 3359, 3373) TMD sans code de restriction

en tunnel (numéros ONU 2919,3291, 3331, 3359, 3373)

Les TMD sans code de restriction en tunnel correspondent aux numéros ONU 2919, 3291, 3331, 3359, 3373.

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