Tag:highway=steps

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Public-images-osm logo.svg highway = steps
Stairs with ramp.jpg
Description
For flights of steps on footways.
Used on these elements
should not be used on nodesmay be used on waysshould not be used on areasshould not be used on relations
Implies
Useful combination
See also
Wikidata
Wikidata-logo.svgQ12511
Status: De facto

For flights of steps on footways.

How to map

ElementWay.png

Add a way Way along the length of the steps with the tag highway=steps on it.

Indicate which direction the steps go up or down by using the tag incline=up — when the direction of the way points upwards — or the tag incline=down, respectively. By convention, the direction of the way should preferably point uphill, but the key incline=* should always be added to the way (see the talk page for more details).

In the past, the tag direction=up/down was used instead of the tag incline=up/down, but this was depreciated since the key direction=* is used for several other purposes.

Tags to use in combination

  • step_count=* can be added to indicate the number of steps.
  • handrail=* can be used to specify where the handrail.
  • tactile_paving=yes/(no)/incorrect if there is a paving on both ends of the steps that can be found with a blind person's stick.
  • surface=* indicates the surface.
  • ramp=* indicates whether a ramp is available.
  • level=* the floor levels connected or passed through by the stairs (e.g. at stations)
    • level=0;1 between the ground floor and the 1st floor
  • width=* width in meters
  • name=* add if the steps have a special name

Escalator

highway=steps + conveying=yes/forward/backward/reversible

You can also specify the direction of the escalator: incline=up/down. See Key:conveying for details.


See also

Examples

Picture/description Tags Mapnik Osmarender
Steps.jpg

highway=steps

ramp=no
step_count=*
handrail:left=yes
handrail:right=yes

Mapnik steps.png Osmarender steps.png
Stairs with ramp.jpg

highway=steps

ramp=yes
wheelchair=no
ramp:stroller=yes
ramp:bicycle=yes
handrail=yes

Mapnik steps.png Osmarender steps.png


See Bremen for reference.