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Public-images-osm logo.svg overtaking
Overtakinglines.jpg
Description
Overtaking restrictions as signposted or painted on the ground
Group: Restrictions
Used on these elements
should not be used on nodesmay be used on waysshould not be used on areasuse on relations unspecified
Status: Unspecified

Using the overtaking=* tag to specify the legal status of overtaking on a section of road, which may either be indicated by markings on the road or by a traffic sign.

Values

  • overtaking=no: overtaking is not allowed in both directions
  • overtaking=caution: overtaking in both directions should only be undertaken with caution
  • overtaking=both: there are no legal restrictions on overtaking.
  • overtaking=yes: overtaking is allowed in all legal directions. May be more suitable than 'both' for oneway streets
  • overtaking=forward: overtaking is allowed when driving in the direction of the way but not in the other direction
  • overtaking=backward: overtaking is allowed when driving against the direction of the way but not in the other direction
  • overtaking:forward=*: Used with the above values to define a restriction that applies only in the forward direction
  • overtaking:backward=*: Used with the above values to define a restriction that applies only in the backward direction

Default value on a two lane road should be assumed to be yes.

How to map

UK traffic sign 632.svg.

The overtaking restriction should be marked to start at the location where the restriction starts (solid centerline or traffic signs), and not at the location where the possible preliminary notice markings (dashed yellow centerline or "return to own lane" curved arrows) start. Where the restrictions for both directions change within some tens of meters (as in the example on the right), it is often not necessary to split the way twice but only at their midpoint / at the intersection concerned.

For signposted "no overtaking in a hgv" restrictions the most likely tag to use would be overtaking:hgv=*.

See also