Proposed features/Quality based maximal speed

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Quality based maximal speed
Status: Abandoned (inactive)
Proposed by: grin
Tagging: qmaxspeed=Number
Applies to: way
Definition: The approximate maximal speed (Km/h) for a car limited by road quality
Rendered as: (property)
Drafted on:
Proposed on: 2008-07-31
RFC start: *
Vote start: *
Vote end: *

Description

There seem to be no quality description of a road. Think of a highway, tertiary or unclassified, where the legal maximal speed limit is 90 Km/h, and the road quality is so bad that it is not possible to go faster than 50 Km/h unless the vehicle is specially built for bad roads (SUV, etc.).

There should be a quality property as well, but the scale would be even more subjective; what to call "bad" or "damaged" or "prohibitive"... The proposal is based on several roads I just had the unfortune to drive on, which were probably made in the 60s, and nobody fixed anything since then. I would love to propose one, but I wonder how scale homogenity between editors and countries could be achieved. This proosed one is an alternative approach to quality. --Grin 10:42, 31 July 2008 (UTC)

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