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När kartorna på OpenStreetMap ritas specificerar man mer än bara hur världen ligger. För exempelvis vägar räcker det inte med vägens sträckning utan det måste också till information om vilken typ av väg det är. Om den är bara för hästar, cyklister eller om det går att köra bil och lastbil där. Eftersom kartorna sträcker sig över landsgränserna är det viktigt att den här extra informationen blir så likartad som möjligt. En motorväg i England har ju i mångt och mycket samma egenskaper som en i Sverige.

Den här informationen läggs på som så kallade attribut på noder, vägar och areor (se Sv:Elements). Det finns inga hårda regler om vilka attribut som skall användas, men för att det skall fungera som beskrivet ovan är det viktigt att använda vissa fastställda konventioner. Utöver dessa är det tillåtet att lägga till ytterligare information om man själv anser den relevant och viktig.

När man lägger till egen sådan information kan det dock vara bra att tänka på att informationen måste ha en rimlig livslängd. Att lägga in tidtabeller för bussar eller information om väglag är troligen en dålig idé. Däremot kan det vara bra att lägga in information om begränsningar i vikt för ett fordon eller information om att en isväg kan finnas under rätta väderbetingelser.

Nedan följer en beskrivning av attribut med svenska beskrivningar så att vi kan få en gemensam uppfattning om hur vägar skall märkas. En komplett version av denna information finns tills vidare endast på engelska på sidan Map Features.

Contents

Vägar

Svenska vägtyper och deras märkning

Följande tabell visar den minsta gemensamma märkningen som är lämplig för ett antal olika typer av vägar. Utöver de kombinationer av nyckel/värde som finns i tabellen finns ett stort antal andra, av vilka några beskrivs i tabeller längre ner på sidan. För övriga hänvisas till de engelska versionerna.

En väg märks efter hur viktig den är. Då det inte finns något exakt mått på vilka vägar som är "viktigast", så utgår man från att en europaväg är viktigare än en riksväg som är viktigare än en länsväg som i sin tur är viktigare än övriga vägar. Där man känner att just för den här vägen blir det alldeles för låg klass är det dock tillåtet att flytta upp den. Exempelvis vägen från E 4 in till kommunhuvudorten Robertsfors är inte ens länsväg, men då den förutom E 4 är en av de viktigaste vägarna i kommunen kan den därför ändå sättas till primary.

Svensk term Typ av väg highway=* name=* ref=*
Motorväg Alla motorvägssträckor oavsett klassificering motorway Europavägsnummer (Ex. E 18)
Nationell stamväg Europavägarna samt några riksvägar trunk Vägnummer (Ex. E 6)
Riksväg Riksvägar som inte ingår ovan primary Ex. Holmsundsvägen Vägnummer (Ex. 26)
Länsväg Länsväg av riksintresse enligt Trafikverket primary Ex. Timmervägen Vägnummer (Ex. Y 622)
Primär länsväg som är huvudväg mellan centralort och en större väg* primary Ex. Bergsjövägen Vägnummer (Ex. 307)
Primär länsväg som är huvudväg mellan två centralorter* primary Vägnummer (Ex. 127)
Sekundär länsväg som är huvudväg mellan tätort och en större väg* secondary
Sekundär länsväg som är huvudväg mellan tätort och centralort* secondary
Primär länsväg (100-499) secondary Vägnummer (Ex. 339)
Sekundär länsväg (500-2999, unika per län) tertiary Vägnummer (Ex. O 500)
"Leder för tung trafik" (2999-9999) tertiary
Oklassificerad väg Bilväg inom bostadsområde residential Ex. Rostbrännarvägen
Övriga bilvägar unclassified Ex. Industrivägen
Mindre väg/traktorväg track
* Primära länsvägen är huvudväg om vägar av högre klassificering saknas till/från orten. Saknas även primär länsväg är sekundära länsvägen huvudväg. Här har vi exemplet med Robertsfors. Enligt denna definition blir de sekundära länsvägarna AC 651 och AC 670 primära vägar från Robertsfors och ut till E 4 då det saknas större huvudvägar. En väg bör dock inte klassifiseras upp mer än ett steg från sin "vanliga" klassifikation. En sekundär länsväg bör därför aldrig sättas högre än secondary.

Notera att en vägs beteckning anges med ref=* och är densamma längs hela vägen. Namnet anges med name=* och kan variera längs vägen. Exempelvis har E 12:an ref=E 12 från Norge till Ryssland men name=Obbolavägen i Holmsund, name=Västra esplanaden i Umeå och name=Blå vägen i Lycksele. Märk även att trots att vägverket blandar hejvilt så ska det enligt den internationella konventionen vara ett mellanrum mellan E och numret på en europaväg. Ex. E 6 eller E 18. Om en väg tillhör flera olika vägar avgränsas de med semikolon, exempelvis ref=E 4;E 12;92.

Motortrafikleder, oavsett highway-klassificering, har tillägget motorroad=yes.

Redigerar man vägar som funnits med ett tag kan man se att attributet class används. Detta är ett gammalt system som är ersatt med highway.


Vedertagna märkningar av vägar (highway)

Nyckelord Värde Element Kommentar Kartsymbol Bild

Vägar

These are the principal tags for the road network. They range from the most to least important.

highway motorway Way Motorvägar med två skilda körbanor med minst två filer på varje körbana och bred vägren. Körbanor ritas som två parallella vägar.
Rendering-highway motorway neutral.png
Motorway-photo.jpg
highway trunk Way Europavägar och viktiga vägar som inte är motorvägar. Behöver dock inte nödvändigtvis ha två skilda körbanor.
Rendering-highway trunk L3005 MF.png
Dscf0444 600.jpg
highway primary Way Riksvägar (vägnummer upp till 99). Stora och viktiga länsvägar och större genomfartsvägar som inte passar in på ovanstående alternativ. 2+1 väg ritas som två parallella vägar med märkningen oneway=yes och antalet filer för respektive körbana (lanes=2 respektive lanes=1)
Rendering-highway primary neutral.png
Primary-photo.jpg
highway secondary Way Primära (skyltade 100-500) länsvägar och viktigare sekundära länsvägar.
Rendering-highway secondary neutral.png
Meyenburg-L134.jpg
highway tertiary Way Anm: Gränsen mellan secondary-tertiary-unclassified diskuteras.
På landsbygden: Allmänna vägar mer nummer 500 och upp, sk sekundära länsvägar. Dessa skyltas ofta utan nummer med blå destinationsskylt. Komplettera med information om beläggning: surface=paved/unpaved
I tätorter: Övriga huvudgator
Rendering-highway tertiary neutral.png
OHZ-K28-Bergedorfer Str.jpg
highway unclassified Way Anm: Gränsen mellan secondary-tertiary-unclassified diskuteras.
På landsbygden:Mindre väg utan större krav, enskilda vägar och skogsvägar som kanske har M skyltning för att underlätta möte
I tätorter:Övriga vägar, dvs sådana som ej är genomfartsleder eller vägar i bostadsområden. Här omfattas t ex vägar i industriområden m m.
Observera att denna märkning ej skall användas för vägar vars klassifiering är okänd, då används i stället highway=road.
Rendering-highway unclassified.png
Highway unclassified-photo.jpg
highway residential Way Väg med bostäder, vanligtvis ej för genomfartstrafik.
Rendering-highway residential.png
Residential.jpg
highway service Way Area Uppfart, industriväg, väg till bakgård, för sophämtning eller ex. till en strand. Även vägar inne på en parkeringsplats med tillägget service=parking_aisle
Rendering-highway service.png
Alley.jpg

Link roads

highway motorway_link Way På eller avfartsramp till motorväg
Rendering-highway motorway link.png
Dscf0242 600.jpg
highway trunk_link Way På eller avfartsramp till ovanstående
Rendering-highway trunk link.png
Trunk link.jpg
highway primary_link Way På eller avfartsramp till ovanstående
Rendering-highway primary link.png
highway secondary_link Way The link roads (sliproads/ramps) leading to/from a secondary road from/to a secondary road or lower class highway.
Rendering-highway secondary link.png
highway tertiary_link Way The link roads (sliproads/ramps) leading to/from a tertiary road from/to a tertiary road or lower class highway.
Rendering-highway tertiary link.png

Special road types

highway living_street Way Gångfartsgata; fordon får inte föras med högre hastighet än gångfart, inte parkeras på någon annan plats än särskilt anordnade parkeringsplatser och fordonsförare har väjningsplikt mot gående. Kan även gälla torg och kallas då gångfartsområde.
Living street osm.png
beginning of a living street with a paving stones surface and some trees and cars parking at the sides
highway pedestrian Way Area Gågata, strög... Gata huvudsakligen avsedd för fotgängare. Används i butiksområden där människor använder gatan för att ta sig mellan butiker och där motortrafik (leveranser undantagna) är förbjuden. Används ej vid gång och cykelvägar.
Pedestrian with area osm.png
Cambridge Rd - geograph.org.uk - 1189572.jpg
highway track Way Bruksvägar huvudsakligen för lantbruk, jordbruk och skogsbruk. Vanligtvis ej asfalterade. Se Stigtyper för detaljerad märkning.
Rendering-highway track.png
Frühlingslandschft Aaretal Schweiz.jpg
highway bus_guideway Way En bussväg som har styrande skenor och som inte är lämplig för annan trafik, se [1]. Finns troligtvis inte i Sverige. Observera: Detta är inte en normal bussfil, använd access=no, psv=yes istället!
Rendering-highway-bus guideway-mapnik.png
Bus track.jpg
highway escape Way For runaway truck ramps, runaway truck lanes, emergency escape ramps, or truck arrester beds. It enables vehicles with braking failure to safely stop.
A7-Notbremsweg.jpg
highway raceway Way A course or track for (motor) racing
Rendering-highway-raceway-mapnik.png
Raceway.jpg
highway road Way En väg vars klassifiering för tillfället är okänd. Detta är en tillfällig uppmärkning av en väg som ännu ej har tillfredsställande undersökts. Så fort som bättre information finns tillgänglig skall denna uppmärkning ersättas med lämpligt värde.
Rendering-highway-road-mapnik.png
Road.png

Stigar, leder och vägar ej primärt för motorfordonstrafik

highway footway Way Gångstig
Rendering-highway footway.png
Dscf0487 600.jpg
highway bridleway Way Större gångstig, tillåter hästar...
Rendering-highway bridleway.png
Bridleway-reitweg-de.jpg
highway steps Way Trappor som utgör del av gångstig eller gågata.
Rendering-highway steps.png
Steps.jpg
highway path Way Övriga eller ospecifika spår och leder. Ex. skoterled highway=path, snowmobile=designated eller skidspår highway=path, ski=designated
Path osm.png
GuideFootPathCycleYes.jpg

When sidewalk (or pavement) is tagged on the main roadway (see Sidewalks)

sidewalk both / left / right / no Way Specifies that the highways has sidewalks on both sides, on one side or no sidewalk at all
Sidewalk and zebra-crossing.jpg

When cycleway is drawn as its own way (see Bicycle)

highway cycleway Way Cykelväg, kan även vara kombinerad med gångtrafik, s.k. GC-vägar. Se WikiProject Sweden/Cycle networks för märkning av svenska cykelnätverk
Cycleway osm.png
Separated cycleway with traffic sign

Cycleway tagged on the main roadway or lane (see Bicycle)

cycleway lane Way A lane is a route that lies within the roadway
Cycle trackinroad.jpg
cycleway opposite Way Used on ways with oneway=yes where it is legally permitted to cycle in both directions. Used together with oneway:bicycle=no.
Sul bxl 01.JPG
cycleway opposite_lane Way Used on ways with oneway=yes that have a cycling lane going the opposite direction of normal traffic flow (a "contraflow" lane). Used together with oneway:bicycle=no.
Fr-C24a ex3-Conditions particulieres par voie-velo.gif
cycleway track Way A track provides a route that is separated from traffic. In the United States, this term is often used to refer to bike lanes that are separated from lanes for cars by pavement buffers, bollards, parking lanes, and curbs. Note that a cycle track may alternatively be drawn as a separate way next to the road which is tagged as highway=cycleway.
Cycle nexttoroad.jpg
cycleway opposite_track Way Used on ways with oneway=yes that have a cycling track going the opposite direction of normal traffic flow
549c Spitzenkiel140923.jpg
cycleway share_busway Way There is a bus lane that cyclists are permitted to use.
Busandbike.jpg
cycleway shared_lane Way Cyclists share a lane with motor vehicles, but there are markings indicating that they should share the lane with motorists.
Sharrows Toronto 2011.jpg
busway lane Way Bus lane on both sides of the road.
2010-01-02 15.19.16.jpg

Lifecycle

highway proposed Way For planned roads, use with proposed=* and a value of the proposed highway value.
Planned mapnik.png
highway construction Way Väg under konstruktion. Använd tillsammans med construction=*
Highway construction 200805041655.png
12Jan05 04.jpg

Attributes

abutters commercial/ industrial/ mixed/ residential/ retail etc. Way See Key:abutters for more details.
Dscf1376-600.jpg
bicycle_road yes Way A bicycle road is a road designated for bicycles. If residential streets get the status of bicycle roads, normally, by special signs, motor traffic is admitted with limited speed, often only for residents.
456Humboldtstr.jpg
driving_side left/ right Node Relation Defines which side of the road vehicles must legally use. (must only be used on highways when they are an exception to the rule)
Drive on left in australia.jpg
ford yes Node Way Vadställe. Vägen korsar ett vattendrag och man måste köra/gå genom vattnet. Bedre alternativ: ford=yes, på samme måte som f.ex bridge=*.
Map feature ford.jpg
ice_road yes Way A highway is laid upon frozen water basin, definitely doesn't exist in summer.
Pechora crossing.jpg
incline Number %/° Node Way Incline steepness as percents ("5%") or degrees ("20°"). Positive/negative values indicate movement upward/downwards in the direction of the way.
junction roundabout Way Closed way Cirkulationsplats som är större än bara målad vägyta. "roundabout" betyder automatiskt att vägen är enkelriktad så tänk på att vägen ska vara ritad i rätt riktning. Är det en stor rondell taggas endast den inre cirkulationsringen med highway=roundabout och tillfartsvägarna som vanligt men med attributet oneway=yes.
Mapping-Features-Roundabout-Simple.png
Roundabout.jpg
lanes number Way The number of traffic lanes for general purpose traffic, also for buses and other specific classes of vehicle.
NLEx 6 Lanes.jpg
lit yes/no NodeWayArea Street lighting
Berlin speer-leuchte.jpg
motorroad yes/no Way Node The motorroad tag is used to describe highways that have motorway-like access restrictions but that are not a motorway.
120px-Zeichen 331.svg.png
mountain_pass yes Node The highest point of a mountain pass.
Mountain pass.jpg
mtb:scale 0-6 Way Applies to highway=path and highway=track. A classification scheme for mtb trails (few inclination and downhill).
S3.jpg
mtb:scale:uphill 0-5 Way A classification scheme for mtb trails for going uphill if there is significant inclination.
mtb:scale:imba 0-4 Way The IMBA Trail Difficulty Rating System shall be used for bikeparks. It is adapted to mtb trails with artificial obstacles.
mtb:description Text Way Applies to highway=path and highway=track. A key to input variable infos related to mtbiking on a way with human words
overtaking yes/ no/ both/ forward/ backward Way Specifying sections of roads where overtaking is legally forbidden.
parking:condition free/ ticket/ disc/ residents/ customers/ private Way Specifying the parking conditions (terms). See parking:condition=* for more details.
parking:lane parallel/ diagonal/ perpendicular/ marked/ no_parking/ no_stopping/ fire_lane. Way Specifying the parking space. See parking:lane=* for more details.
passing_places yes Way A way which has frequent passing places
sac_scale hiking / mountain_hiking / demanding_mountain_hiking / alpine_hiking / demanding_alpine_hiking / difficult_alpine_hiking Way Applies to highway=path and highway=footway. A classification scheme for hiking trails.
Mountain hiking.jpg
service alley / driveway / parking_aisle etc. Way See Key:service for more details.
Seattle - alley north from S Jackson between Western & 1st - A.jpg
surface paved / unpaved / asphalt / concrete / paving_stones / cobblestone / metal / wood / grass_paver / gravel / pebblestone / grass / ground / earth / dirt / mud / sand Way See Key:surface for more details.
tactile_paving yes / no Node Way Area A paving in the ground to be followed with a blindman's stick. Not to be rendered on standard maps.
Tactile paving.jpg
tracktype grade1/ grade2/ grade3/ grade4/ grade5 Way To describe the quality of the surface. See Key:tracktype for more information.
Mapnik-tracktype-grade1.png
Surface grade1.jpg
traffic_calming yes / bump / hump / cushion / table etc. Node Way För att tagga något som har som funktion att minska hastigheten i bostadsområden.
trail_visibility excellent / good / intermediate / bad / horrible / no Way Applies to highway=path, highway=footway, highway=cycleway and highway=bridleway. A classification for hiking trails visibility
winter_road yes Way A highway functions during winter, probably can't be driven in summer.
Anuisk bilibino sever66.jpg

Övrigt

highway bus_stop Node Busshållplats. Används där bussen stannar till vid vägkanten för av- och påstigning. För busstationer används amenity=bus_station
Bus stop.12.svg
Bus prumyslova.jpg
highway crossing Node Övergångsställe. Kan specificeras vidare med crossing=*
Zebra-crossing sm.jpg
highway elevator Node Elevator
Elevator-12.svg
240 Sparks Elevators.jpg
highway emergency_access_point Node Numrerad skylt som kan användas för att uppge var man är vid en olycka. Används med ref=NUMRET_PÅ_SKYLTEN
Anfahrpunkt HP 108.jpg
highway give_way Node A "give way," or "Yield" sign
Give way.jpg
emergency phone Node A calling device can be used to tell on your current position in case of an emergency. Use with ref=NUMBER_ON_THE_SIGN
Borne SOS.jpg
highway mini_roundabout Node Liten cirkulationsplats, exempelvis en stolpe mitt i en korsning som ska rundas. Moturs om inte annat anges. Medurs (för länder med vänstertrafik) anges med direction=clockwise.
Mapping-Features-Mini-Roundabout.png
Mini-roundabout.jpg
highway motorway_junction Node Trafikplats (även kallat avfart eller mot) längs motorväg, eventuellt nummer anges med ref=*
Mapnik-Motorway-Junction.png
Dscf0242 600.jpg
highway passing_place Node The location of a passing space
Ausweichstelle.jpg
highway rest_area Node Area Rastplats längs väg med möjlighet till parkering, ofta med bänkar och bord för medhavd matsäck. Används med fördel för rastplatser i Sverige utmärkta med vägskylt innehållande stiliserat bord och gran.
Rendering-highway-services-mapnik.jpg
Wentworth terrain.jpg
highway speed_camera Node A fixed road-side or overhead speed camera.
Speed camera.jpg
highway street_lamp Node A street light, lamppost, street lamp, light standard, or lamp standard is a raised source of light on the edge of a road, which is turned on or lit at a certain time every night
Litpath.jpg
highway services Node Area Ett till svenska svåröversatt "serviceställe" oftast i direkt anslutning till motorvägar. Bensinstation, restaurang, parkeringsmöjligheter och toaletter är ett minimum. Ofta finns även en mindre affär samt möjlighet till dusch.
Mapping Features Motorway service area.jpg
De lucht.jpg
highway stop Node Stoppskylt
STOP sign.jpg
highway traffic_signals Node Trafikljus
Rendering-traffic singals.jpg
Ampel.jpg
highway turning_circle Node Vändplats
Mapping-Features-Turning-Circle.png
Turning circle.jpg
highway User Defined Node Way All commonly used values according to Taginfo

This table is a wiki template with a default description in English. Editable here.

Se även exempelsidan för hjälp om hur du taggar vägar i Sverige.


Properties

Nyckelord Värde Element Kommentar Kartsymbol Bild
area yes Area Means a feature that is normally linear is an area. You should not add this to features that are already defined as an area type.
Mapnik area pedestrian.png
bridge yes / aqueduct / viaduct / cantilever / movable / covered / … Way A bridge, use together with the tag layer=*. Value yes is generic, or you can specialize.
Mapping-Features-Road-Bridge.png
Bridge-yes.jpg
charge amount Node Way Area Used for specifying how much is charged for use/access to a facility. See toll=* or fee=*.
covered yes Node Way Area Used to denote that a node, way or area is covered by another entity (or in some cases the ground), when the use of layers is inappropriate, or additional clarification is needed. Various, depending on the covered entity
Covered.jpg
crossing no / traffic_signals / uncontrolled / island / unmarked / unknown Node Further refinement for nodes already tagged with highway=crossing or railway=crossing
Zebra-crossing sm.jpg
cutting yes / left / right Way A cut in the land to carry a road or tram. Mostly in hilly landscape. See Wikipedia-16px.png Cutting on Wikipedia
Road cut.jpg
disused yes Node Way Area For features that are useful for navigation, yet are unused. See abandoned=* if infrastructure is removed.
Closed down shop.jpg
drive_through yes / no Node Area Used to indicate if a pharmacy, bank, atm, or fast_food, or post_box offers drive_thru service. drive_through=* is different than drive_in=*}
Drive-through ATM.jpg
drive_in yes / no Node Area Used to indicate if a cinema is a drive-in cinema or a restaurant offers drive-in service. drive_in=* is different than drive_through=*
Autokino gravenbruch.jpg
electrified contact_line / rail Way Indicates infrastructure to supply vehicles with electricity on rail tracks
Overhead power lines.jpg
ele Number Node Area Elevation (also known as altitude or height) above mean sea level in metre, based on geoid model EGM 96 which is used by WGS 84 (GPS). (see also Altitude)
Key-ele mapnik.png
embankment yes Way A raised bank to carry a road, railway, or canal across a low-lying or wet area. See Wikipedia-16px.png Embankment on Wikipedia
Mapping-Features-Road-Embankment.png
Embankment.jpg
end_date Date Way Date feature was removed
est_width Number Way A rough guess of the width of way in metres
Height.png
fire_object:type poo / szo Node Way Area Potentially dangerous and socially significant objects
fire_operator Name Node Way Area Fire station, which serves the object
fire_rank 1bis / 2 to 5 Node Way Area Rank fire, defined for a particular object
frequency Number Node Way Area Frequency in Hz
Wave frequency.gif
inscription User Defined Node Way Area The full text of inscriptions, which can be found on buildings, memorials and other objects.
Beneventum, Arch of Trajan (III) (4749426050).jpg
internet_access yes / wired / wlan / terminal / no Node Area This tag is for indication that a map entity such as a building, a shop, restaurant, etc. offers internet access to the public, either as a paid service or even for free.
Internet-Sign.jpg
layer -5 to 5 Way 0: ground (default); -1..-5:under ground layer; 1..5 (not +1):above ground layer
This is intended to indicate actual physical separation, shouldn't be used just to influence rendering order.
Washington layers.png
leaf_cycle evergreen / deciduous / semi_evergreen / semi_deciduous / mixed Node Way Area Describes the phenology of leaves
Olga Wisinger-Florian - Falling Leaves.JPG
leaf_type broadleaved / needleleaved / mixed / leafless Node Way Area Describes the type of leaves
Picea abies Nadelkissen.jpg
location underground / overground / underwater / roof / indoor Node Way Area Location
Power to the People - geograph.org.uk - 560240.jpg
narrow yes Way Relative indication that a way (waterway, highway, cycleway) gets narrower.
Narrow-sign.jpg
nudism yes / obligatory / no / customary / permissive Node Area Indicates if the described object provides the possibility of nudism
CapdAgde crop.jpg
opening_hours 24/7 or mo md hh:mm-hh:mm. (read described syntax) Node Way Area opening_hours describes when something is open.
Neon Internet Cafe open 24 hours.jpg
operator User Defined Node Way Area The operator tag can be used to name a company or corporation who's responsible for a certain object or who operates it.
start_date Date Node Way Area Relation Date feature was created
Zero kilometre mark in Paris, 23 June 2013.jpg
service_times see opening_hours Node Area Times of service of a given feature e.g. church service
St Andrew's Church (Kowloon) Service times 2012.jpg
tactile_paving yes /no Node Way Area Indicate if a specific place can be detected or followed with a blindman's stick.
Tactile paving.jpg
tidal yes Area Area is flooded by the tide
Onehunga Shoreline For Reclamation.jpg
tunnel yes Way A tunnel, use together with a tag layer=*.
Mapping-Features-Road-Tunnel.png
Tunnel.jpg
toilets:wheelchair yes / no Node Area States if a location has a wheelchair accessible toilet or not.
Lazienka-niepelnosprawnych-dworzec-warszawa-wschodnia.jpg
wheelchair yes / no / limited Node Way Area Indicates if a place is accessible using a wheelchair.
Standard rollstuhl.jpg
width Number Way Width of way in metres
Height.png
wood coniferous / deciduous / mixed Node Area Applies to landuse=forest and natural=wood detailing the sort of trees found within each landuse. Makes most sense when applied to areas.
Be careful : this tag is now deprecated, please use instead leaf_cycle=*
Diqing, Yunnan, China.jpg
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Restriktioner

Nyckelord Värde Element Kommentar Kartsymbol Bild
Vehicle types
access agricultural / delivery / designated / destination / forestry / no / official / permissive / private / unknown / yes Way Används för att ange vem som får använda vägen.
  • official anges för vägar som enligt lag eller förordning är vikt för viss typ av transport; detta anges vanligen med en trafikskylt.
  • private anges på privata vägar där ägaren inte gjort något medgivande om tillträde för allmänheten.
  • permissive vägen är privat, men ägaren medger tillträde för allmänheten
  • destination anges för vägar som endast får användas av besökande till platser som enbart kan nås via vägen
agricultural yes / no Way Tillgänglighet för ex. traktorer
Agricultural.png
atv For values see access above Way Access restricted to wheeled vehicles 1.27m (50 inches) or less in width, for example Wikipedia-16px.png ATV
Pictograms ATV All terrain Quad.svg
bdouble For values see access above Way Area Access permission for Wikipedia-16px.png Road Train B-double. A B-double (B-Train) consists of a prime mover towing a specialised trailer (known as a "lead" or "A"-trailer) that has a fifth-wheel mounted on the rear towing another semi-trailer, resulting in two articulation points.
B-double.png
bicycle For values see access above + dismount Way Tillgänglighet för cykeltrafik
Bicycle.png
boat For values see access above Way Area Tillgänglighet för båttrafik
Sailboat symbol.svg
emergency yes Way Access permission for emergency motor vehicles; e.g., ambulance, fire truck, police car
MB-emergency edited.svg
foot For values see access above Way Tillgänglighet för fotgängare
Foot.png
forestry yes / no Way Access permission for forestry vehicles, e.g. tractors.
goods For values see access above Way Tillgänglighet för lätta lastbilar (upp till 3,5 ton)
Hgv.png
hazmat For values see access above Way Access permission for vehicles carrying hazardous materials.
Zeichen 261 stripped.svg
hgv For values see access above Way Tillgänglighet för tunga lastbilar (över 3,5 ton)
Hgv.png
horse For values see access above Way Tillgänglighet för ryttare
Horse.png
inline_skates yes / no Way Node Area Access permission for Wikipedia-16px.png Inline Skates
Pictograms-nps-land-in-line skating stripped.svg
lhv For values see access above Way Access permission for Wikipedia-16px.png Longer Heavier Vehicle (LHV), e.g. for vehicles with 6 axles and can carry up to 44 metric tons
Sinnbild LKW mit Anhänger.svg
mofa For values see access above Way Access permission for Wikipedia-16px.png mofas
Sinnbild Mofa.svg
moped For values see access above Way Access permission for Wikipedia-16px.png mopeds
Icon moped.png
motorboat For values see access above Way Area Tillgänglighet för motorbåtstrafik
Speedboat symbol.svg
motorcar For values see access above Way Tillgänglighet för biltrafik
Car.png
motorcycle For values see access above Way Tillgänglighet för motorcykeltrafik
Motorcycle.png
motor_vehicle For values see access above Way Access permission for any motorized vehicle
Zeichen 260 stripped.svg
psv For values see access above Way Anger om vägbundet allmänt transportmedel som linjebussar o dyl får framföras på denna väg
Bus.png
roadtrain For values see access above Way Area Access permission for Wikipedia-16px.png Road train, A road train consists of a relatively conventional tractor unit, but instead of pulling one trailer or semi-trailer, the road train pulls two or more of them.
RoadTrainDJ.png
ski For values see access above Way Area Access permission for Wikipedia-16px.png skiers
Norwegian-road-sign-790.32.svg
tank For values see access above Way Area Access permission for (military) tanks
Panzer aus Zusatzzeichen 1049-12.svg
vehicle For values see access above Way Access permission for all vehicles
Access.png
4wd_only yes Way A road signed as only suitable for 4WD (offroad) vehicles
Other
charge Number Node Avgiftens storlek
Money Coin Icon.svg
maxheight Height Way Högsta tillåtna höjd i meter
Begransad fordonshojd.svg
maxlength Length Way Längdbegränsning i meter
Maxlangd.svg
maxspeed Speed Way Högsta tillåtna hastighet i km/h
Hastighetsgrans 70.svg
maxstay Number Way Längsta tid som man får uppehålla sig på vägen; ange tidsenhet (hour/hours/day/days).
maxweight Weight Way Högsta tillåtna bruttovikt i ton
Hogsta bruttovikt.svg
maxwidth Width Way Breddbegränsning i meter
Begransad fordonsbredd.svg
minspeed Speed Way Lägsta tillåtna hastighet i km/h
Minspeed.svg
noexit yes Node Way Återvändsgränd
Atervandsgrand.svg
oneway yes / no / -1 Way Används för att markera enkelriktade gator, den tillåtna färdriktningen överensstämmer med ordningen av noderna inom vägen
OneWaySign.png
Relation:restriction Relation Used for a set of tags and members to represent a turn restriction.
France road sign B2b.svg
toll yes Node Vägen är avfigtsbelagd. Se även highway=toll_booth
Sweden road sign E25.svg
traffic_sign city_limit Node Start/end sign of city limits, in most countries implies a specific "city maxspeed".
Denmark City limit sign begin.svg

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Hinder

Nyckelord Värde Element Kommentar Kartsymbol Bild

Linear barriers

barrier cable_barrier Way Also called guard cable. This is a road side or median barrier made of steel wire ropes mounted on weak posts. See also the more extensive wikipedia description.
5-wire-rope-barrier.jpg
barrier city_wall Way Area Ringmur för att hålla angripare borta. Likt den i Visby. Kan kompletteras med "two_sided=yes" om muren är lika hög på båda sidor.
City wall render eg1.png
City wall avila.png
barrier ditch Way Area A trench, ditch or ravine, usually with a stream at the bottom, that is not easily crossed, especially if not on foot.

Can be used in combination with waterway=stream or waterway=drain.

Barrier fence mapnik.png
Forest ditch.JPG
barrier fence Way Area A structure supported by posts driven into the ground and designed to prevent movement across a boundary. It is distinguished from a wall by the lightness of its construction. Use fence_type=* to add details.
Barrier fence mapnik.png
Anglerise.jpg
barrier guard_rail Way A guard_rail, also called a crash barrier. Right side is inner, left side is outer.
Barrier fence mapnik.png
CrashBarrier.jpg
barrier handrail Way Is designed to be grasped by the hand so as to provide stability or support.
Barrier fence mapnik.png
Geländer am Kulturhaus im Kinderdorf Dittrichshütte 2.JPG
barrier hedge Way Area Is a line of closely spaced shrubs and bushes, planted and trained in such a way as to form a barrier or to mark the boundary of an area.
Barrier hedge.png
Daniel Fuchs.CC-BY-SA.Morus nigra.Hedge.jpg
barrier kerb Node Way A (for example footway) kerb is a barrier for vehicles and wheelchair drivers. The height of the kerb is important and with this information, the usage by different groups can be determined. The height of the kerb is tagged additionally as height=*, if available. Right side is bottom, left side is top.
Barrier fence mapnik.png
Obrubnik.jpg
barrier retaining_wall Way Area Retaining walls serve to retain the lateral pressure of soil. Right side is bottom, left side is top.
Barrier fence mapnik.png
Retaining wall.png
barrier tank_trap NodeWayArea Static anti-tank obstacle defences may take a number of forms, such as Czech hedgehog (barrier=tank_trap; tank_trap=czech_hedgehog).
Czech hedgehog.jpg
barrier wall Way Area A freestanding solid structure designed to restrict or prevent movement across a boundary. Usually made from solid brick, concrete or stone and almost always built so that it is opaque to vision.
Barrier fence mapnik.png
Dscf0590-800.jpg

Access control on highways

barrier block Node A large, solid, immobile block that can be moved only with heavy machinery or great effort.

Typically big solid things made of concrete for stopping larger vehicles.

Sometimes natural boulders are used for the same purpose.

Rendering-barrier-block.png
Barrier roadblock.jpg
barrier bollard Node Way Solid (usually concrete or metal) pillar or pillars in the middle of the road to prevent passage by some traffic.
Rendering-barrier-bollard.png
Bollard in residential area.jpg
barrier border_control Node This is a control point at an international border between two countries. Passports or other forms of ID will be checked.
EU Swiss border post.jpg
barrier bump_gate Node See wikipedia:Bump gate. [2]
barrier bus_trap Node See wikipedia:Bus trap.
Bussluse 05-04-06 02.jpg
barrier cattle_grid Node Bars in the road surface that allow wheeled vehicles but not animals to cross.

Sometimes known as a Texas Gate, even outside of Texas.

Cattle grid.jpg
barrier chain Node A chain used to prevent motorised vehicles.
Barrier chain.jpg
barrier cycle_barrier Node Barriers to bicycle traffic, most typically a pair of staggered steel bars perpendicular to the way itself whose gaps allow pedestrians to pass.
473MS Mecklenbeck Bahn Umlaufsp.jpg
barrier debris Node A road is blocked by debris with or without ground. This might be for short or long time. Often used as first step in blocking an abandoned road.
Barrier debris.jpg
barrier entrance Node A gap in a linear barrier with nothing that limits passing through.

access=yes is implied.

The limitations are the same of the way that crosses it, if there is such.

Entrance.png
barrier full-height_turnstile Node A full-height turnstile, also called HEET-turnstile (high entrance/exit turnstile), like the ones to access security areas. Note the mix of hyphen and underscore.
TR-a.JPG
barrier gate Node Way An entrance that can be opened or closed to get through the barrier.

Combine with access=* where appropriate.

Barrier gate.svg
Gate-hindeloopen-westerdijk.jpg
barrier hampshire_gate Node A section of wire fence which can be removed temporarily.

Combine with access=* where appropriate.

Wire gate.jpg
barrier height_restrictor Node Combine with maxheight=*.
Height-Restriction-Barrier.jpg
barrier horse_stile Node A horse stile allows pedestrians and horses to cross a gap through a fence, but prevents or makes it very difficult for motorcycles and live stock to cross.
Horse stile on the Doncaster Greenway - geograph.org.uk - 502599.jpg
barrier jersey_barrier Node Way A Jersey barrier consists of heavy prefabricated blocks to create a barrier. Use material=plastic or material=concrete to express the used material.
Dora Baghdad soldiers.jpg
barrier kent_carriage_gap Node A Kent carriage gap is used by local authorities in the UK to prevent motorised vehicles from accessing public rights of way whilst allowing most horse drawn carriages to pass.
These are now becoming common on byways in the UK
barrier kissing_gate Node A gate which allows people to cross, but not livestock.
TL0452 stile.jpg
barrier lift_gate Node A lift gate (boom barrier) is a bar, or pole pivoted in such a way as to allow the boom to block vehicular access through a controlled point.

Combine with access=* where appropriate.

Liftgate-7.svg
Lift gate.jpg
barrier log Node Way Use this when the passage is closed by lumber (trunk of a tree). This kind of barrier is often useful to sit on. This barrier is a penalty to cyclists but can be crossed by lifting the bike over.
Rundholz-buche.jpg
barrier motorcycle_barrier Node Barriers along paths that prevent access by motorcycles.
Motorcycle barrier.jpg
barrier rope Node Way A flexible barrier made of fibres, twisted or braided together to improve strength. As a barrier it is often more symbolic than actually physically preventing pedestrians from accessing.
Black Red Gold Rope at German Bundestag in Berlin 2010.jpg
barrier sally_port Node A sally port is used to pass through thick or city walls, and is a type of covered gate with two doors.
Sallyport.jpg
barrier spikes Node Way Area Spikes on the ground that prevent unauthorized access. Can also be removable; e.g., after payment in a garage.
US Army spike strip.jpg
barrier stile Node A stile allows pedestrians to cross a wall or fence, but never actually "opens" the barrier

(Unlike a gate, a stile has few or no moving parts).

KentStile.jpg
barrier sump_buster Node A sump buster is a concrete slab or steel structure that prevents passing of two-tracked vehicles with less than a minimum track and ground clearance. (Typically stops normal cars.)
SumpBuster.jpg
barrier swing_gate Node Similar to a lift gate but rotates sidewards to open. It is usually made out of metal bars (wood or other material possible) and is intended to prevent cars from access but can usually be crossed by pedestrians and cyclists.
Liftgate-7.svg
16052010022.JPG
barrier toll_booth Node A road usage toll or fee is collected here. Used with toll=* and charge=*.
Toll booth.jpg
barrier turnstile Node A turnstile (also called baffle gate) is used to allow one person at a time to pass. Use this for small turnstiles like the ones in supermarkets or some subways.
Barrier drehkreuz.JPG
barrier yes Way A barrier which nature cannot be determined; typically only used in mapping using aerial imagery. Should be replaced by a specific value.
Bing imagery showing buildings and barrier.png
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Cykelvägar

Nyckelord Värde Element Kommentar Kartsymbol Bild
cycleway lane Way A lane is a route that lies within the roadway Cyclist mapCyclist map-Cycleway-lane.PNG Cycle trackinroad.jpg
cycleway:right cycleway:left lane Way A cycle lane only on one side of the road. Left or right depend on the direction in which the way is drawn in OpenStreetMap. Cyclist mapCyclist map-lane-right.png
cycleway opposite Way Used on ways with oneway=yes where it is permitted to cycle in both directions.

Note - such streets are common in Belgium, the Netherlands and Denmark, for example, but are rare in the UK (although they do exist): often, instead, actually the street is two-way as normal for its whole length except for the very short section past the no-entry sign at the end, where cycles are excepted from the no-entry by means of a short lane separated by an island. This is called a "cycle plug". In some places this has been represented as very short oneway Way at the end with an adjacent cycleway, forming a little triangle with the road they join to, or sometimes with a short oneway Way with cycleway=opposite_lane or opposite_track.

Cyclist mapCyclist map-Cycleway-opposite.PNG Sul bxl 01.JPG
cycleway opposite_lane Way Used on ways with oneway=yes that have a cycling lane going the opposite direction of normal traffic flow (a "contraflow" lane) Cyclist mapCyclist map-Cycleway-opposite.PNG Opposite cycle lane.jpg
cycleway track Way A track is a route that is separate from the road.+oneway=yes if needed. Cyclist mapCyclist map-Cycleway-track.PNG Cycle nexttoroad.jpg
cycleway:right cycleway:left track Way A track only on one side of the road. You can drive in both directions. Left and right depend on the direction in which the way is drawn in OpenStreetMap. Cyclist mapCyclist map-Cycleway-right.PNG
cycleway opposite_track Way Used on ways with oneway=yes that have a cycling track going the opposite direction of normal traffic flow Cyclist mapCyclist map-Cycleway-opposite.PNG 549c Spitzenkiel140923.jpg
cycleway shared Way Cyclists share space with other traffic on this highway.
cycleway share_busway Way There is a bus lane that cyclists are permitted to use. Busandbike.jpg
cycleway shared_lane Way Cyclists share a lane with motor vehicles, but there are markings indicating that they should share the lane with motorists. The road markings are usually there to highlight a cycle route or to remind drivers that you can cycle there. Also used for the on-road shared-lane marking called a "sharrow"[3]. Sharrows Toronto 2011.jpg
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Vägtyper

Används för att mer i detalj precisera landsvägar (highway=track) utanför tätbebyggt område.
För beskrivning av stigar rekommenderas highway=path.

Nyckelord Värde Element Kommentar Kartsymbol Bild
tracktype grade1 Way Belagd med asfalt, oljegrus eller hårt/kompakt grus.
Mapnik-tracktype-grade1.png
Cesta od Leštiny do Lipnice nad Sázavou (2).jpg
tracktype grade2 Way Belagd med grus eller hårt packad jord/sand.
Mapnik-tracktype-grade2.png
Surface grade2.jpg
tracktype grade3 Way Obelagd; hårt packad yta med en blandning av hårda och mjuka material.
Mapnik-tracktype-grade3.png
Surface grade3.jpg
tracktype grade4 Way Obelagd; hård yta av mjuka material. Kan ha hjulspår med beväxt mittensträng.
Mapnik-tracktype-grade4.png
Surface grade4.jpg
tracktype grade5 Way Obelagd; mjuk yta, bara svagt synlig i landskapet, eventuellt svaga hjulspår.
Mapnik-tracktype-grade5.png
Surface grade5.jpg
tracktype <no value> Way If no tracktype tag is present, the track is rendered with a dot-dash line style (as shown right).
Mapnik-tracktype-not-set.png
Photo not applicable

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Järnvägar, vattenvägar och flyg

Järnvägar

Se också landuse=railway

Nyckelord Värde Element Kommentar Kartsymbol Bild

Tracks

railway abandoned Way Banvall - sträcka där tidigare funnits spår. Använd enbart detta värde om det inte finns någon lämpligare märkning som visar banvallens funktion i dag, t ex cykelväg. currently not rendered by mapnik
Abbey Barn Lane Bridge, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.jpg
railway construction Way Järnväg under byggande. Se construction=* och förslaget construction=yes Proposed_features/Construction Rendering-railway disused.png
Verlegen FF Rheda.jpg
railway disused Way Spår som ej längre används men som fortfarande ligger kvar
Rendering-railway disused.png
Disused railtrack 101 5351.jpg
railway funicular Way Cable driven inclined railways. In many cases they serve touristic interest, giving easy access to spectacular mountain views.
Rendering funicular.jpg
Vilnius funicular.jpg
railway light_rail Way Spår för pendeltåg
Pittsburgh LRT 4305 47L Gateway to Library April 2008.jpg
railway miniature Way Miniature railways are narrower than narrow gauge and carry passengers. They can be found in parks.
Mini-railway-mapnik.png
3871553552 f2204c3d83 o.jpg
railway monorail Way Monorail
Monorail in Kuala Lumpur
railway narrow_gauge Way Smalspår, ange t ex 891mm eller 1067mm med width=*
Rendering narrow gauge.jpg
Narrow gauge.jpg
railway preserved Way Museijärnväg
Railway preserved rendered.PNG
Railway preserved.jpg
railway rail Way Normalspår (1435mm) avsedd för reguljär passagerar- och godstrafik.
Mapping-Features-Railroad-With-Station.png
LGV Est PK217.jpg
railway subway Way Tunnelbana
800px-Madrid - Estación Marqués de Vadillo - 20060910.jpg
railway tram Way Spårväg
Mapping-Features-Tram-With-Halt.png
Praha, Hloubětín, Lehovec, tram KT8D5.JPG

Additional features

bridge yes Way If the railway goes over a street, waterway or other railway.
Railway bridge mapnick render.jpg
Railway bridge.jpg
cutting yes Way A section where the railway is significantly lower than ground level.
Railways cutting.jpg
electrified contact_line
rail
yes
no
Way contact_line: a power line over the train head
rail: a third rail near the track supplying the train with power
yes: electrified track, but no details available
no: track with no power supply.
Overhead power lines.jpg
embankment yes Way A section where the railway is raised significantly higher than ground level.
Railway embankment.jpg
frequency number [Hz] Way The frequency with which a line is electrified. Use 0 for DC. Also see the voltage tag.
railway:track_ref number Way Track number
service siding Way Sidospår
service spur Way Stickspår
service yard Way Bangård
tracks number Way Number of parallel tracks in close proximity when mapped as one single way representing all tracks. If not given means unknown and defaults to 1. In many parts of the world the tracks are being drawn out separately so that there is more detail, in which case this tag isn't used.
tunnel yes Way If the railway goes below ground. Should be always present on subways.
Haywards Heath tunnel.jpg
usage main
branch
freight
industrial
military
tourism
Way main line: heavy traffic
branch line: connecting places with a mainline
freight: freight service only
industrial: servicing large plants (iron, chemical etc.), surface mining, …
military: servicing military area
tourism: most mountain rails (rack-rails, funicular) and preserved railways.
voltage number Way The voltage with which a line is electrified. Also see the frequency tag.

Stations and Stops

railway halt Node Hållplats (på linjen) eller hållställe (inom driftplats/station)
Rendering-railway-tram stop-mapnik.png.png
Railway halt.jpg
public_transport stop_position Node The position on the railway track where the train (its center) stops at a platform. This is useful for routing on long platforms where also short trains stop and on long platforms where multiple trains stop behind each other. See also public_transport=stop_area.
public_transport platform Node Way Area This is parallel to the rail line for showing where the actual platforms are. It is also to know where you can change platform and enter the station, so use footpaths to connect them. This is really useful for routing too. Use only if the platform is served by public transport.
Relax ... take it easy (7757527444).jpg
railway platform Way Area This is parallel to the rail line for showing where the actual platforms are. It is also to know where you can change platform and enter the station, so use footpaths to connect them. This is really useful for routing too. Use in addition to public_transport=platform.
Relax ... take it easy (7757527444).jpg
public_transport station Node Area Railway passenger only station.
Paddington Station.jpg
railway station Node Area Järnvägstation (med åtminstone en växel)
Rendering-railway-tram stop-mapnik.png.png
Paddington Station.jpg
railway subway_entrance Node Tunnelbaneingång
Subway-entrance-12.svg
Madrid-metro-1.jpg
railway tram_stop Node Spårvagnshållplats
Rendering-railway-tram stop-mapnik.png.png
Dscf1400-600.jpg

Other railways

railway buffer_stop Node Stoppbock - stoppar järnvägsfordon vid änden av spåret. Se Stoppbock. currently not rendered by mapnik
Stootblok (staal).jpg
railway derail Node a device used to prevent fouling of a rail track by unauthorized movements of trains or unattended rolling stock. See Derail_(railroad). currently not rendered by mapnik
US derail detail.JPG
railway crossing Node Järnvägsövergång - plats där fotgängare kan passera järnvägen i samma plan
Level crossing2.svg
Dscf1407-600.jpg
railway level_crossing Node Plankorsning - korsning mellan landsvägstrafik och spårbunden trafik i samma plan
Level crossing2.svg
Level crossing - Chertsey - England - 270404.jpg
landuse railway Area Ground used around railways and railway-stations. Rendering-area-landuse-industrial.png same rendering as landuse=industrial, but without border (see above)
Illustration of Rail.jpg
railway signal Node Any kind of railway signal. currently not rendered by mapnik
Zwischensignal FFM-Hoechst Schnee.jpg
railway switch Node Växel - anslutning mellan olika järnvägsspår currently not rendered by mapnik
Railway switch.JPG
railway railway_crossing Node Crossing rails with no interconnection. currently not rendered by mapnik
Railroad crossing at grade also known as a diamond.jpg
railway turntable Node Area Vändskiva Node: currently not rendered by mapnik

Area: Rendering-area-railway turntable-mapnik.png

Turntable of Railroad 001.jpg
railway roundhouse Area Rundstall - byggnad formad som cirkelsegment med plats för järnvägsfordon Without building=*: currently not rendered by mapnik

With building=*: same as building=*

5843873292 81e16dea1f z d.jpg
railway traverser Node Area These are used for changing trains between railways. Also known as transfer table. Node: currently not rendered by mapnik

Area: currently not rendered by mapnik

Schiebebuehne 01.jpg
railway user defined Node Way se Taginfo Statistic pictogramm.png för ytterligare värden. – – – – – –

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Vattendrag

Nyckelord Värde Element Kommentar Kartsymbol Bild

Natural watercourses

waterway river Way Åar och floder
Rendering-waterway-river.png
Nau im Langenauer Ried 600x450.jpg
waterway riverbank Area Flodbank - för att kunna märka ut större floder där arean mellan de båda flodbankerna behöver anges
Rendering-waterway-riverbank.png
Dscf1891-800.jpg
waterway stream Way Bäckar - naturliga smala vattendrag som inte är stora nog för att kunna kallas åar. Kanske är de så små att man kan hoppa över dem...
Rendering-waterway-stream-mapnik.png
450px-Marshall-county-indiana-yellow-river.jpg
waterway wadi Way A natural, dry (ephemeral) riverbed that contains water only during times of heavy rain or simply an intermittent stream, in semi-arid areas. Also known as a "Wash" in the deserts of America.
It has been recommended to stop using this tag. For intermittent waterways use waterway=river/waterway=stream + intermittent=yes. For valleys natural=valley.
Rendering-waterway-wadi-mapnik.png
NahalashanS.jpg
waterway drystream Way Dry stream bed - negative forms of erosion relief formed by the activity of temporary streams.
Don't use this tag. For intermittent waterways use waterway=stream + intermittent=yes. For valleys use natural=valley.

Man made waterways

waterway canal Way Kanal - vattendrag som byggts av människor.
Grand Union Canal.jpg
waterway drain Way Dike, avlopp - byggt av människor för att leda bort regn- och avloppsvatten.
Example Drain.jpg
waterway ditch Way A small to moderate depression created to channel water.
Forest ditch.JPG
waterway fairway Way A navigable route in a lake or sea marked by buoys. (Note: conflicts with seamark:type=fairway)

Facilities

waterway dock Node Area Docka - plats avsedd för båtreparationer i vatten.
Ship-Dock.jpg
waterway boatyard NodeArea Varv/torrdocka - plats avsedd för båtreparationer utanför vatten.
Boatyards, Rhyll.jpg

Barriers on waterways

waterway dam Way Area Fördämning över vilken vatten normalt inte flödar.
Amagase Dam.jpg
waterway weir Node Way Fördämning över vilken vatten normalt flödar
Alifakovac Miljacka.jpg
waterway waterfall Node A waterfall, use in combination with natural=cliff
Waterfall near Keldur.JPG
waterway lock_gate Node Sluss
JesusGreenLock-Cambridge.jpg

Other features on waterways

waterway turning_point Node Vändplats, ställe där båtar som är bredare än vattendragets normala bredd kan vända.
waterway water_point Node Plats där man kan hämta dricksvatten.
waterway fuel Node Area A place to get fuel for boats.

Some additional attributes for waterways

intermittent yes Way Indicates that the waterway does not have a permanent flow (i.e. is sometimes/often dry).
Rendering-intermittent-river-mapnik.png
seasonal yes, spring, summer, autumn, winter, wet_season, dry_season Way Indicates that a waterway has a seasonal (yearly cyclic) flow.
Four seasons.jpg
lock yes Way (Node) A lock is used for moving boats between waterways at two different levels. Can tag either the section of the way between the gates (detailed) or just a single node in the waterway (less detailed).
JesusGreenLock-Cambridge.jpg
mooring yes, private, no Way Ankringsplats.
Lamanage La Rochelle.jpg
service transportation, water_power, irrigation Way A waterway=canal may have one (or more; separate with semicolons) uses.
tunnel culvert Way (Node) For streams passing under a road in culverts use tunnel=culvert+layer=-1 on the section of stream passing under the road. Don't use either of these tags for streams passing under bridges.
Culvert.jpg
waterway user defined Node Way se Taginfo Statistic pictogramm.png för ytterligare värden.

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Flyg

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Övrigt / Aerialway

Nyckelord Värde Element Kommentar Kartsymbol Bild
Types of aerialway
aerialway cable_car Way [W] Cablecar or Tramway. Just one or two large cars. The traction cable forms a loop, but the cars do not loop around, they just move up and down on their own side, rolling along static cables over which they are suspended.
Aerialway gondola render.png
CH Furtschellas aerial tram.jpg
gondola Way [W] Gondola lift. Many cars on a looped cable.
Aerialway gondola render.png
Linbana kolmården cable car.jpg
chair_lift Way [W] Chairlift. Looped cable with a series of single chairs (typically seating two or four people, but can be more). Exposed to the open air (can have a bubble).
This implies oneway=yes (drawn upward). Any two-way chairlifts should be tagged oneway=no.
Chair lift rendering.png
Silver Queen Chair, CBMR.jpg
mixed_lift Way [W] Mixed lift Also known as a hybrid lift is a new type of ski lift that combines the elements of a chairlift and a gondola lift.
Cgd panoramabahn.jpg
drag_lift Way [W] Drag lift or Surface lift is an overhead tow-line for skiers and riders. A T-bar lift, button lift, or more simple looped rope drag lifts, or loops of wire with handles to grab. See also aerialway=t-bar, aerialway=j-bar, aerialway=platter and aerialway=rope_tow.
This automatically implies oneway=yes (drawn upward).
Chair lift rendering.png
T-bar lift.JPG
t-bar Way [W] T-bar lift. A type of aerialway=drag_lift.
This automatically implies oneway=yes (drawn upward).
Chair lift rendering.png
Orczyk.jpg
j-bar Way [W] J-bar lift. A type of aerialway=drag_lift. Like t-bar but just on one side.
This automatically implies oneway=yes (drawn upward).
Chair lift rendering.png
Coldspgs j bar lift.jpg
platter Way [W] Platter lift. A type of aerialway=drag_lift. Similar to a t-bar, but with a disc instead of a bar. Single-person only.
This automatically implies oneway=yes (drawn upward).
Chair lift rendering.png
Tellerliftbügel.jpg
rope_tow Way [W] Rope tow. A type of aerialway=drag_lift.
This automatically implies oneway=yes (drawn upward).
Chair lift rendering.png
Rope tow overview.jpeg
magic_carpet Way [W] Magic carpet. A type of ski lift.
This automatically implies oneway=yes (drawn upward).
Magic carpet uphill loaded P1437.jpeg
zip_line Way [W] Zip line. Simple aerial rope slides.
This automatically implies oneway=yes (drawn downward).
Zip line arival SuperFly Whistler, BC, Canada.JPG
Equipments
aerialway pylon Node [W] Aerial lift pylon is a pylon supporting the aerialway cable.
09 Sommet TS.JPG
station Node Area A station, where passengers can enter and/or leave the aerialway
WinterArmenia3.JPG
Others
aerialway canopy Way Obsolete, please use aerialway=zip_line instead.
This automatically implies oneway=yes (drawn downward).
Canopy-action.jpg
goods Way Controversial, consider other aerialway=* values in combination with foot=no and/or a usage=* key instead of this.
Aerialway goods.png
Materialseilbahn.jpg
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Markanvändning

Markområden

Märkning av större markytor, t.ex. skogar, åkrar och industriområden.

Nyckelord Värde Element Kommentar Kartsymbol Bild
landuse allotments Node Area Kolonilotter, med eller utan stugor.
Landuse-allotments.png
Schrebergaerten.jpg
landuse basin Node Area An area of water that drains into a river.
Together with basin=* for stormwater/rainwater infiltration/detention/retention basins.
Other languages.
Landuse-basin.png
Boneyard Detention Basin 2006.jpg
landuse brownfield Node Area Ödetomt. Mark som tidigare varit bebyggd men där allt nu är rivet, men inget nytt har kommit i dess ställe.
Landuse-brownfield.png
Former Brickworks ... - geograph.org.uk - 56268.jpg
landuse cemetery Area Begravningsplats / kyrkogård. Du kan även ange religion=* (se detaljer på sidan place of worship page). Mindre platser (t.ex. bara runt kyrkan) kan använda amenity=grave_yard istället.
Landuse-cemetery.png
Cemetery-photo.JPG
landuse commercial Node Area Område med i huvudsak kontor och liknande.
Landuse-commercial.png
Cambourne Business Park - geograph.org.uk - 15908.jpg
landuse conservation Area Protected areas (Not approved) Alternate tagging of same thing: boundary=protected_area, protected_area=*
Landuse conservation.png
landuse construction Node Area Byggarbetsplats.
Rendering-landuse-construction-mapnik.png
Landuse construction.jpg
landuse farmland Area An area of farmland used for tillage and pasture (animals, crops, vegetables, flowers, fruit growing).
Rendering-landuse-farm-mapnik.png
Rye field.jpg
landuse farmyard Area An area of land with farm buildings like farmhouse, dwellings, farmsteads, sheds, stables, barns, equipment sheds, feed bunkers, etc. plus the open space in between them and the shrubbery/trees around them.
Rendering-area-landuse farmyard-mapnik.png
Farmyard.jpg
landuse forest Node Area Managed forest or woodland plantation (Other languages).
Landuse-forest.png
Fort Nelson Forestry.JPG
landuse garages Area One level buildings with boxes commonly for cars, usually made of brick and metal. Usually this area belong to garage cooperative with own name, chairman, budget, rules, security, etc.
Rendering-area-landuse garages-mapnik.png
Garages.jpg
landuse grass Node Area For areas covered with grass. Consider landuse=meadow for meadow. and landuse=pasture for pasture.
Note that this is actually a Landcover tag, not a landuse tag and there is a proposal to deprecate it.
Mapnik landuse grass .png
Grasss.jpg
landuse greenfield Node Area Ödetomt som är reserverad för kommande bygge men ej är byggd på tidigare. Det här området brukas alltså inte.
Rendering-area-landuse greenfield-mapnik.png
Greenfields - geograph.org.uk - 1202824.jpg
landuse greenhouse_horticulture Area Area used for growing plants in greenhouses
Rendering-landuse-farm-mapnik.png
Greenhouses westland.jpg
landuse industrial Node Area Industriområde med t.ex.fabriker och/eller lagerlokaler.
Landuse-industrial.png
Rehuraisio feed plant in Oulu 2008 001.jpg
landuse landfill Node Area Place where waste is dumped. Other languages
Rendering-landuse-landfill-mapnik.png
Landfill.jpg
landuse meadow Node Area An area of land primarily vegetated by grass and other non-woody plants, usually mowed for making hay (Other Languages).
Landuse Meadow.png
Mottey.jpg
landuse military Node Area For land areas owned/used by the military for whatever purpose
Rendering-landuse-military-mapnik.png
REUNION 2007 04.jpg
landuse orchard Node Area intentional planting of trees or shrubs maintained for food production
Orchard.png
Altesland2.jpg
landuse pasture Node Area (Proposed in Proposed features/pasture:) An area of land primarily vegetated by grass, used for grazing.
Landuse Meadow.png
Pasture with shelter.jpg
landuse peat_cutting Area An excavation created by the removal of peat.
Use landuse=quarry + resource=peat instead
currently not rendered by mapnik
Peat cutting - geograph.org.uk - 1385530.jpg
landuse plant_nursery Area intentional planting of plants maintaining for the production of new plants currently not rendered by mapnik
Cutchogue - Oregon Road - Plant Nursery.jpg
landuse port Area coastal industrial area where commercial traffic is handled currently not rendered by mapnik
landuse quarry Node Area Surface mineral extraction (Other languages)
Rendering-landuse-quarry-mapnik.png
Steinbruch.jpg
landuse railway Area Område avsett för järnväg. Främst själva spårområdet som oftast är avspärrat, t.ex. rangerbangårdar.
Landuse-industrial.png
OahuRailway&LandCo-switchtrack-signal.JPG
landuse recreation_ground Node Area An open green space for general recreation, which may include pitches, nets and so on, usually municipal but possibly also private to colleges or companies
Landuse-recreation ground.png
landuse reservoir Node Area Stores water, may be covered or uncovered; for a covered reservoir see also man_made=reservoir_covered (Other languages). See water=reservoir for alternative tagging.
Landuse-reservoir.png
Amagase Dam.jpg
landuse residential Node Area Bostadsområden med villor, bostadsrätter och/eller hyreshus.
Rendering-area-landuse-residential.png
Lawrenceville.jpg
landuse retail Node Area Område med i huvudsak affärer, t.ex stora köpcentra.
Landuse-retail.png
Trocadero - London 1.jpg
landuse salt_pond Area A place where sea water is evaporated to extract its salt currently not rendered by mapnik
Salt ponds SF Bay (dro!d).jpg
landuse village_green Node Area An area of common land, usually grass, in the centre of a village (quintessentially English – defined separately from 'common land' under the Commons Registration Act 1965 and the Commons Act 2006).
Landuse-village green.png
landuse vineyard Node Area A piece of land where grapes are grown.
Landuse-vineyard.png
739px-Grape vines.jpg
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Nöje & fritid

Nyckelord Värde Element Kommentar Kartsymbol Bild
leisure adult_gaming_centre Node Area A venue with pay-to-play games, such as video games, driving simulators, pinball machines, merchandisers, etc. With a set age limit. As opposed to leisure=amusement_arcade.
Slot machines in Venetian.jpg
leisure amusement_arcade Node Area A venue with pay-to-play games, such as video games, driving simulators, pinball machines, merchandisers, etc. Without a set age limit. As opposed to leisure=adult_gaming_centre.
Dave & Buster's video arcade in Columbus, OH - 17910.JPG
leisure beach_resort Node Area To mark the boundary of a managed beach.
Beach resort.jpg
leisure bandstand Node Area An open structure where musical bands can perform concerts.
HornimanBandstandsmall.jpg
leisure bird_hide Node Area A place to observe birds.
Belvide-gazebo.jpg
leisure common Node Area A common land.
leisure dance Node Area A place to go dancing.
Webster Hall by David Shankbone.jpg
leisure dog_park Node Area Designated area, with or without a fenced boundary, where dog-owners are permitted to exercise their pets unrestrained.
Rendering-leisure dog park.png
DogPark.jpg
leisure firepit Node Area A permanent location or structure to host campfires, bonfires, etc.
Camp site.jpg
leisure fishing Node Area
Angler.jpg
leisure fitness_centre Node Area Relation A place with exercise machines and/or fitness/dance classes.
Gym 1-1-.jpg
leisure garden Node Area Place where flowers and other plants are grown in a decorative and structured manner or for scientific purposes.
Rendering-area-leisure-garden.png
SF Japanese Garden.JPG
leisure golf_course Node Area The outline of a golf course. The node form may be used to place an icon within the course. This tag implies sport=golf.
Rendering-leisure-golf course.png
Spanish-Bay-First-Tee.jpg
leisure hackerspace Node Area A place where people with common interests, often in computers, technology, science, digital art or electronic art, can meet, socialize and/or collaborate.
Protospace, a Hackerspace.jpg
leisure horse_riding Node Area A place where people practice horse riding, usually in their spare time.
Warendorf, Reitanlage Josephshof -- 2014 -- 8591 -- Ausschnitt.jpg
leisure ice_rink Node Area A place where you can skate or play ice hockey.
Icerink2.jpg
leisure marina Node Area For mooring leisure yachts and motor boats.
Rendering-leisure marina.png
Marina.jpg
leisure miniature_golf Node Area A place or area that you can play miniature golf.
Rendering-leisure miniature golf.png
1st course of bahn golf.jpg
leisure nature_reserve Node Area Protected area of importance for wildlife, flora, fauna or features of geological or other special interest.
Black Opal Spring in Biscuit Basin.JPG
leisure park Node Area Open, green area for recreation, usually municipal.
Rendering-area-leisure-park.png
Arena Roundhay 07.jpg
leisure picnic_table Node Area A picnic table
Table-16.svg
Picnic table.jpg
leisure pitch Node Area e.g. a field for playing football/soccer, cricket, baseball sports, and skate parks. To describe what kind of sport(s) use sport=*.
Rendering-leisure-pitch.png
County-Ground-STFC-pitch-2006.JPG
leisure playground Node Area Playground for little children.
Rendering-leisure-playground.png
Spielplatz.jpg
leisure slipway Node Way Boats can be launched here.
Transport slipway.p.20.png
800px-Swanage lifeboat on its slipway 1.JPG
leisure sports_centre Node Area A distinct facility where a range of sports take place within an enclosed area. To describe what kind of sport(s) use sport=*.
Rendering-leisure-stadium.png
Western Leisure Centre, Cardiff, Wales.jpg
leisure stadium Node Area A major sports arena with substantial tiered seating. To describe what kind of sport(s) use sport=*.
Rendering-leisure-stadium.png
Notre-dame-stadium.jpg
leisure summer_camp Node Area Summer camp is a supervised program for children or teenagers conducted during the summer months in some countries. Children and adolescents who attend summer camp are known as campers.
Summer camp example wartenberg 2015 01.jpeg
leisure swimming_area Area A swimming area - place over river, lake or other water reservoir where swimming is allowed.
Pobierowo02.JPG
leisure swimming_pool Node Area A swimming pool.
Pool i.jpg
leisure track Way Area e.g. running, cycle-racing, greyhound, horses. To describe what kind of sport(s) use sport=*.
Rendering-area-leisure-track.png
Jahnkampfbahn hamburg.jpg
leisure water_park Node Area Amusement area with water slides, recreational swimming pools and dressing rooms.
Swimming-16.svg
Caribe01.jpg
leisure wildlife_hide Node Area A place to observe wildlife. See also leisure=bird_hide.
Wildlife Hide, Uath Lochan - geograph.org.uk - 707260.jpg
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Kraft

Nyckelord Värde Element Kommentar Kartsymbol Bild
power plant Area Relation A place/industrial facility where power is generated. Individual generating units within the facility should be tagged as power=generator.
Area power.png
Huntly Power Station.JPG
power cable Way A way following the path of underground cables, such as the local 0.4 kV network between transformer stations, distribution boxes and cable connection points, or sea cables. Not to be confused with non-power supply cables such as cables for telecommunication. May be combined with voltage=*, circuits=* and location=*.
Power to the People - geograph.org.uk - 560240.jpg
power compensator Node Area Several kind of power devices used to insure of power quality and network resilience.
Static VAR Compensator 2a.png
power converter Node Area An HVDC converter converts electric power from high voltage alternating current (AC) to high-voltage direct current (HVDC), or vice-versa.
Pole 2 Thyristor Valve.jpg
power generator Node Area A device used to convert power from one form to another. Use in combination with generator:source=*, generator:method=* and generator:output=*. Depends on generator type
Eoliennes Gaspesie.jpg
power heliostat Node A mirror of a heliostat device.
Heliostat.jpg
power insulator Node Way A device to protect a power line from grounding on supports
Power insulator.png
power line Way A way following the path of (overground) power cables. For minor power lines with poles and not towers, you may want to use power=minor_line. Useful combinations: voltage=*, cables=* and wires=*. Please see the respective feature pages for details.
Power line.png
Electric transmission lines.jpg
power minor_line Way A way following the path of (overground) minor power cables, supported by poles and not towers/pylons. (This isn't quite so simple, as sometimes larger towers are replaced by smaller poles made with a stronger material; a better distinction might be based on voltage).
Power minor line.png
Pole3.jpg
power pole Node For single (often wooden or concrete) poles carrying medium/low voltage electricity cables.
Power pole.svg
Minor.jpg
power portal NodeWay Power supporting structure composed of vertical legs with cables between them attached to a horizontal crossarm
Power substation portal.jpg
power catenary_mast Node A catenary mast supports system of overhead wires used to supply electricity to electricaly powered vehicle equipped with a pantograph.
power substation Node Area A tag for electricity substations. These provide voltage step-up/step-down, switching, conditioning, etc. Substations may be large facilities (up to several acres) for very high voltage transmission lines or just small buildings or kiosks near the street for low voltage distribution lines. Useful combinations: voltage=*, substation=* and location=*, see the feature page for details.
Area power.png
Substation.jpg
power switch Node A tag for electricity switches which are devices which allow operators to power up & down lines and transformer in substations or outside.
French overhead power switch pole.jpg
power terminal Node Point of connection between overhead power lines to buildings or walls
Trafohaus.jpg
power tower Node For towers or pylons carrying high voltage electricity cables. Normally constructed from steel latticework but tubular or solid pylons are also commonly used. Should not be used for medium or low voltage electricity conductors carried on single wooden poles which might be tagged power=pole. See power=tower for detailed tagging of tower types.
Power-tower mapnik.png
Benkid77 Puddington-Shotwick footpath 24 110809.JPG
power transformer Node A static device for transferring electric energy by inductive coupling between its windings. Large power transformers are typically located inside substations.
Trafostation Alter Hellweg IMGP4722.jpg
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Militär

Nyckelord Värde Element Kommentar Kartsymbol Bild
military airfield Node Area A place where military planes take off and land.
Dscf1158 600.jpg
military ammunition Node Area Military ammunition storage area.
military bunker Node Area Buildings, often build from concrete, to stand even heavier fire. Also WW2 pillboxes.
Bunker no13.jpg
military barracks Node Area Buildings where soldiers live and work.
Oulu barracks Jul-Aug2008 001.jpg
military checkpoint Node Place of a possible access to a restricted or secured area, where civilian visitors and vehicles will be controled by a military authority.
Checkpoint Charlie
military danger_area Node Area Usually a large marked area around something like a firing range, bombing range, etc which can be an exclusion zone. Area=military=danger area.png
Edge of the Danger Area - geograph.org.uk - 1298659.jpg
military naval_base Node Area A naval base
Kidd class vs Spruance class.jpg
military nuclear_explosion_site Node Area Nuclear weapons test site
military obstacle_course Way Area A military obstacle course.
US Navy 020423-N-6237W-001 SWAT team training.jpg
military office Node Area Military offices, e.g. general staff office, military recruitment office etc
military range Node Area Where soldiers practice with their weapons (firing, bombing, artillery, …).
Bundeswehr shooting M16.jpg
military training_area Area An area where soldiers train and weapons or other military technology are experimented with or are tested.
Truppenuebungsplatz Warnschild.jpg
military trench Node Way Trenches used for military purposes
Lancashire Fusiliers trench Beaumont Hamel 1916.jpg
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Natur

Vegetation or surface related

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Water related

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Landform related

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Platser

Trivsel / Amenity

Nyckelord Värde Element Kommentar Kartsymbol Bild

Sustenance

amenity bar Node Area Bar is a purpose-built commercial establishment that sells alcoholic drinks to be consumed on the premises. They are characterised by a noisy and vibrant atmosphere, similar to a party and usually don't sell food. See also the description of the tags amenity=pub;bar;restaurant for a distinction between these.
Bar-16.svg
Bar MXCT.JPG
amenity bbq Node BBQ or Barbecue is a permanently built grill for cooking food, which is most typically used outdoors by the public. For example these may be found in city parks or at beaches. Use the tag fuel=* to specify the source of heating, such as fuel=wood;electric;charcoal. For mapping nearby table and chairs, see also the tag tourism=picnic_site. For mapping campfires and firepits, instead use the tag leisure=firepit.
Grillplatzusa.jpg
amenity biergarten Node Area Biergarten or beer garden is an open-air area where alcoholic beverages along with food is prepared and served. See also the description of the tags amenity=pub;bar;restaurant. A biergarten can commonly be found attached to a beer hall, pub, bar, or restaurant. In this case, you can use biergarten=yes additional to amenity=pub;bar;restaurant.
Biergarten-16.svg
Biergarten.JPG
amenity cafe Node Area Cafe is generally an informal place that offers casual meals and beverages; typically, the focus is on coffee or tea. Also known as a coffeehouse/shop, bistro or sidewalk cafe. The kind of food served may be mapped with the tags cuisine=* and diet=*. See also the tags amenity=restaurant;bar;fast_food.
Cafe-16.svg
Klagenfurt Wörthersee Strandbad Cafe Sunset Bar 11102008 65.jpg
amenity drinking_water Node Drinking water is a place where humans can obtain potable water for consumption. Typically, the water is used for only drinking. Also known as a drinking fountain or bubbler.
Drinking-water-16.svg
Basler Trinkwasser 1341.jpg
amenity fast_food Node Area Fast food restaurant (see also amenity=restaurant). The kind of food served can be tagged with cuisine=* and diet=*.
Fast-food-16.svg
Burger king kamen osm.jpg
amenity food_court Node Area An area with several different restaurant food counters and a shared eating area. Commonly found in malls, airports, etc.
Restaurant-16.svg
FoodCourtVaughanMills.JPG
amenity ice_cream Node Area Ice cream shop or ice cream parlour. A place that sells ice cream and frozen yoghurt over the counter
Ice-cream-14.svg
Shop-ice cream.jpeg
amenity pub Node Area A place selling beer and other alcoholic drinks; may also provide food or accommodation (UK). See description of amenity=bar and amenity=pub for distinction between bar and pub
Pub-16.svg
Pub.jpg
amenity restaurant Node Area Restaurant (not fast food, see amenity=fast_food). The kind of food served can be tagged with cuisine=* and diet=*.
Restaurant-16.svg
Caprice Restaurant.JPG

Education

amenity college Node Area A college campus or buildings Rendering-area-amenity-college.png
Cambridge Regional College main entrance.jpg
amenity kindergarten Node Area For children too young for a regular school (also known as playschool or nursery school). Rendering-area-amenity-school.png
Story Time.jpg
amenity library Node Area A public library (municipal, university, …) to borrow books from.
Library.14.svg
Guantanamo captives' library a.jpg
amenity public_bookcase Node Area A street furniture containing books. Take one or leave one.
Hannover, public bookcase.jpg
amenity school Node Area School and grounds Rendering-area-amenity-school.png
Williamstown school.jpg
amenity music_school Node Area Music school
amenity driving_school Node Area Driving School
amenity language_school Node Area Language School
amenity university Node Area An university campus Rendering-area-amenity-university.png
Brock University campus.JPG

Transportation

amenity bicycle_parking Node Area Parking for bicycles
Parking-bicycle-16.svg
Bicycle-parking.jpg
amenity bicycle_repair_station Node Area Self-service repair stand
BikeRepairMonterrey.JPG
amenity bicycle_rental Node Area Rent a bicycle
Rental-bicycle-16.svg
Bicycle-rental.jpg
amenity boat_sharing Node Area Share a Boat
A Boat To Share.jpg
amenity bus_station Node Area May also be tagged as public_transport=station.
Bus station.n.16.png
Manchester Piccadilly Bus Station.jpg
amenity car_rental Node Area Rent a car
Rental-car-16.svg
Hertz car rental office Livonia Michigan.JPG
amenity car_sharing Node Area Share a car
Car share.p.16.png
U Car Share Shattuck Hearst.jpg
amenity car_wash Node Area Wash a car
Car wash-14.svg
Wuppertal - Friedrich-Engels-Allee 130 02 ies.jpg
amenity charging_station Node Charging facility for electric vehicles
Charging station.16.svg
Evpost.jpg
amenity ferry_terminal Node Area Ferry terminal/stop. A place where people/cars/etc. can board and leave a ferry.
Ferry Reet.jpg
amenity fuel Node Area Petrol station; gas station; marine fuel; … Streets to petrol stations are often tagged highway=service.
Fuel-16.svg
Preem Karlskrona.jpg
amenity grit_bin Node A container that holds grit or a mixture of salt and grit.
Grit bin.jpg
amenity motorcycle_parking Node Area Parking for motorcycles
Parking-motorcycle-16.svg
Motorradparkplatz Gifhorn Mühlenmuseum.jpg
amenity parking Node Area Car park. Nodes and areas (without access tag) will get a parking symbol. Areas will be coloured. Streets on car parking are often tagged highway=service and service=parking_aisle.
Parking-16.svg
P3030027ParkingLot wb.jpg
amenity parking_entrance Node An entrance or exit to an underground or multi-storey parking facility. Group multiple parking entrances together with a relation using the tags type=site and site=parking. Do not mix with amenity=parking.
3690668043 88a731e3e0 b.jpg
amenity parking_space Node Area A single parking space. Group multiple parking spaces together with a relation using the tags type=site and site=parking. Do not mix with amenity=parking.
138081166 2a56d66c27 b.jpg
amenity taxi Node Area A place where taxis wait for passengers.
Taxi-16.svg
Amenity taxi picture-Hong Kong Shatin Taxi Stand.jpg

Financial

amenity atm Node an ATM or cash point
Atm-16.svg
ATM 750x1300.jpg
amenity bank Node Area a bank (for a bank that also has an ATM, it is preferred that a separate node for each ATM is added)
Bank-16.svg
Dscf1401-800.jpg
amenity bureau_de_change Node Bureau de change, currency exchange, Wechsel, cambio – a place to change foreign bank notes and travellers cheques
Bureau de change electronic sign.jpg

Healthcare

amenity baby_hatch Node Area A place where a baby can be, out of necessity, anonymously left to be safely cared for and perhaps adopted.
Babybox - venkovní strana.jpg
amenity clinic Node Area A medium-sized medical facility or health centre.
Doctor-16.svg
Bristol , Central Health Clinic - geograph.org.uk - 1360619.jpg
amenity dentist Node Area A dentist practice / surgery.
Dentist-16.svg
Military dentists in Guatemala.jpg
amenity doctors Node Area A doctor's practice / surgery.
Doctor-16.svg
Doctors stethoscope 2.jpg
amenity hospital Node Area Often used in conjunction with emergency=* to note whether or not the hospital has emergency facilities (A&E (brit.) or ER (am.))
Hospital-16.svg
Guantanamo captive's hospital beds -c.jpg
amenity nursing_home Node Area A home for disabled or elderly persons who need permanent care. See social_facility=* for more details.
Hora Svate Kateriny - nursing home.jpg
amenity pharmacy Node Area Pharmacy
dispensing=yes
dispensing=no or omitted
Pharmacy-16.svg
Boots The Chemist At Gunwharf Quays.jpg
amenity social_facility Node Area A facility that provides social services.
Social facility-14.svg
Salvation Army Citadel, Hill Street , Newport - geograph.org.uk - 1585015.jpg
amenity veterinary Node Area A place where a veterinary surgeon (vet) practices.
Veterinary-14.svg
Veterinary Surgeon.jpg
healthcare blood_donation Node Area A place where you can donate blood, plasma and/or platelets, and possibly have stem cell samples taken.
Blood donation centre interior.jpeg

Entertainment, Arts & Culture

amenity arts_centre Node Area A venue where a variety of arts are performed or conducted
Alhamra Art Centre.JPG
amenity brothel Node Area An establishment specifically dedicated to prostitution
Walletjes 001.jpg
amenity casino Node Area A gambling venue with at least one table game(e.g. roulette, blackjack) that takes bets on sporting and other events at agreed upon odds.
Casin0.jpg
amenity cinema Node Area A place where films are shown (US: movie theater)
Cinema-16.svg
Palace cinéma beaumont.JPG
amenity community_centre Node Area A place mostly used for local events and festivities.
Community centre-14.svg
Greasby Community Centre.JPG
amenity fountain Node Area A fountain for cultural / decorational / recreational purposes.
Fountain-14.svg
Fountain at Milan citadel.JPG
amenity gambling Node Area A place for gambling, not being a shop=bookmaker, shop=lottery, amenity=casino, or leisure=adult_gaming_centre.

Games that are covered by this definition include bingo and pachinko.

Bingo cards.jpg
amenity nightclub Node Area A place to drink and dance (nightclub). The German word is "Disco" or "Discothek". Please don't confuse this with the German "Nachtclub" which is most likely amenity=stripclub.
Nightclub-16.svg
Gatecrasher.jpg
amenity planetarium Node Area A planetarium.
Planetarium.jpg
amenity social_centre Node Area A place for free and not-for-profit activities.
Governor Hotel, Rotary Club of Portland plaque.JPG
amenity stripclub Node A place that offers striptease or lapdancing (for sexual services use amenity=brothel).
Stripclub.jpg
amenity studio Node Area TV radio or recording studio
DOUG.jpg
amenity swingerclub Node Area A club where people meet to have a party and group sex.
Swingerclub Cäsars Palace. Spröckhövel.JPG
amenity theatre Node Area A theatre or opera house. Use amenity=cinema for movie theaters.
Theatre-16.svg
Sydney opera.jpg

Others

amenity animal_boarding Node Area A facility where you, paying a fee, can bring your animal for a limited period of time (e.g. for holidays)
Holmbyre Cattery - geograph.org.uk - 167661.jpg
amenity animal_shelter Node Area A shelter that recovers animals in trouble
Kennel 2.jpg
amenity bench Node A bench to sit down and relax a bit
Bench-16.svg
Bench.jpg
amenity clock Node A public visible clock
Houses Of Parliament Clock Tower (Big Ben).jpg
amenity courthouse Node Area A place where justice is dispensed
Courthouse-16.svg
Franklinctycrthsapalchicola01.jpg
amenity coworking_space Node Area A place where people can go to work (might require a fee); not limited to a single employer
Coworking Space in Berlin.jpg
amenity crematorium Node Area A place where dead human bodies are burnt
Bushbury Crematorium - geograph.org.uk - 259876.jpg
amenity crypt Node Area It is a stone chamber or vault beneath the floor of a burial vault possibly containing sarcophagi, coffins or relics.
Dresden-Hofkirche-Gruft.jpg
amenity dive_centre Node Area A dive center is the base location where sports divers usually start scuba diving or make dive guided trips at new locations.
Diving Center in Marsalforn.JPG
amenity dojo Node Area Training place for any of the Japanese arts.
Noma Dojo, 2006.JPG
amenity embassy Node Area An embassy
Embassy-16.svg
Bulgarian embassy in Paris.jpg
amenity fire_station Node Area A fire station
Fire-station-16.svg
Fire station.jpg
amenity firepit Node Area Deprecated. For campfires and firepits, see Tag:leisure=firepit
Camp site.jpg
amenity game_feeding Node Area Game feeding place
Futterkrippe hohewand.jpg
amenity grave_yard Node Area A (smaller) place of burial, often you'll find a church nearby. Large places should be landuse=cemetery instead. Landuse-cemetery.png
Odenbuell Nordstrand St Vinzenz IMGP2940 wp crop.jpg
amenity gym Node Area Do no use, leisure=fitness_centre is preferred! A place which houses exercise equipment for the purpose of physical exercise.
amenity hunting_stand Node Area A hunting stand
Hunting-stand-16.svg
A rised hide closed quadrat.jpg
amenity internet_cafe Node Area A place whose principal role is providing internet services to the public.
Cafe internet uninorte.JPG
amenity kneipp_water_cure Node Area Outdoor foot bath facility. Usually this is a pool with cold water and handrail. Popular in German speaking countries.
Wassertreten 1.jpg
amenity marketplace Way Area A place where trade is regulated, e.g. a square.
Marche berlin002.jpg
amenity photo_booth Node Photo Booth – A stand to create instant photo.
Photomaton.jpg
amenity place_of_worship Node Area A church, mosque, or temple, etc. Note that you also need religion=*, usually denomination=* and preferably name=* as well as amenity=place_of_worship. See the article for details. Christian-16.svg Muslim-16.svg Jewish-16.svg

Taoist-16.svg Buddhist-16.svg Hinduist-16.svg
Shintoist-16.svg Sikhist-16.svg Place-of-worship-16.svg

Place of worship.png
amenity police Node Area A police station
Police-16.svg
Polizeiautos Davidwache.jpg
amenity post_box Node A box for the reception of mail. Alternative mail-carriers can be tagged via operator=*
Post box-12.svg
Post Box.JPG
amenity post_office Node Area Post office building with postal services
Post office-14.svg
100px-Pošta Praha 025.jpg
amenity prison Node Area A prison
Prison-16.svg
Osaka keimusho.jpg
amenity public_building Node Area A generic public building. Don't use! See office=government.
amenity ranger_station Node Area National Park Visitor Headquarters
Talkeetna Ranger Station.jpg
amenity recycling Node Area Recycling facilities (bottle banks, etc.). Combine with recycling_type=container for containers or recycling_type=centre for recycling centres.
Recycling-16.svg
Recycling.jpg
amenity rescue_station Node Area A rescue station
Rescue station.jpg
amenity sauna Node Area A small room or house to experience dry or wet heat sessions.
Also frequently used: leisure=sauna
Sauna in pancevo.jpg
amenity shelter Node Area A small shelter against bad weather conditions. To additionally describe the kind of shelter use shelter_type=*.
Shelter-14.svg
Réunion Maïdo kiosque pique-nique.JPG
amenity shower Node Area Public shower or bath.
Znak D-26d.svg
amenity table Node A public table to sit down and eat or just relax
Table in Garden Restaurant.jpg
amenity telephone Node Public telephone
Telephone.16.svg
Telephone.jpg
amenity toilets Node Area Public toilets (might require a fee)
Toilets-16.svg
WC-Anlage.jpg
amenity townhall Node Area Building where the administration of a village, town or city may be located, or just a community meeting place
Town-hall-16.svg
TownHall-Ljubljana.JPG
amenity vending_machine Node A machine selling goods – food, tickets, newspapers, etc. Add type of goods using vending=*
Vending machines at Haeundae.jpg
amenity waste_basket Node A single small container for depositing garbage that is easily accessible for pedestrians.
Waste-basket-12.svg
Vuilnisbak-Lebbeke.JPG
amenity waste_disposal Node A place where canal boaters, caravaners, etc. can dispose of rubbish (trash/waste).
Waste container.jpg
amenity waste_transfer_station Node Area A waste transfer station is a location that accepts, consolidates and transfers waste in bulk.
amenity watering_place Node Place where water is contained and animals can drink
Drinking Water For Humans and Animals.jpg
amenity water_point Node Place where you can get large amounts of drinking water
Aire de Valuejols.JPG
amenity user defined Node Way Area All commonly used values according to Taginfo

This table is a wiki template with a default description in English. Editable here.


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Food, beverages

shop alcohol Node Area Shop selling alcohol to take away
Alcohol-16.svg
Liquor store in Breckenridge Colorado.jpg
shop bakery Node Area Shop focused on selling bread
Bakery-16.svg
Bread in Boudin.jpg
shop beverages Node Area Shop focused on selling alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. See also shop=alcohol.
Beverages-14.svg
Coca Cola Kisten.jpg
shop brewing_supplies Node Area Shop focused on selling supplies for home brewing of beer, wine and spirits (where permitted).
Shop-other-16.svg
Home-brewing set with 5-gallon containers.jpg
shop butcher Node Area Shop focused on selling meat
Butcher-shop.png
Butcher's shop Hong kong.jpg
shop cheese Node Area Shop focused on selling cheese.
Shop-other-16.svg
Cheese shop P1010071.JPG
shop chocolate Node Area Shop focused on selling chocolate.
Shop-other-16.svg
Chocolate shop.jpg
shop coffee Node Area Shop focused on selling coffee.
Shop-other-16.svg
Ahrre's Coffee Roastery in Summit NJ interior view.jpg
shop confectionery Node Area Shop focused on selling sweets or candy
Confectionery-14.svg
Sweet Shop, Chester.JPG
shop convenience Node Area A small local shop carrying a small subset of the items you would find in a supermarket
Convenience-14.svg
Food and wine shop.jpg
shop deli Node Area Shop focused on selling delicatessen (fine foods, gourmet foods), possibly also fine wine. Not to be confused with the US delis.
Deli-14.svg
Rome Italian deli.jpg
shop dairy Node Area Shop focused on selling dairy products.
Shop-other-16.svg
Milk Aisle.jpg
shop farm Node Area Shop or roadside stand focused on selling freshly harvested farm produce
Greengrocer-14.svg
Chatsworth farm shop - geograph.org.uk - 24050.jpg
shop greengrocer Node Area Shop focused on selling vegetables and fruits.
Greengrocer-14.svg
Greenrocer's Interior.jpg
shop ice_cream Node Area Shop focused on selling ice cream to take home. See also amenity=ice_cream.
Shop ice cream-16.svg
Ice Cream Parlour - geograph.org.uk - 1773794.jpg
shop organic Node Area Shop focused on selling organic food. Alternatively you can use the more versatile organic=* in combination with a general shop=* key (In this case: shop=supermarket or shop=convenience).
Shop-other-16.svg
Hofladen-Dottenfelderhof-Bad-Vilbel-27042005.jpg
shop pasta Node Area Shop focused on selling (fresh) pasta, ravioli, etc.
Shop-other-16.svg
Ravioli 2.jpg
shop pastry Node Area Shop focused on selling baked sweets like cakes, biscuits, strudel and pies.
Shop-other-16.svg
Pasticceria displaying cannoli siciliani.jpg
shop seafood Node Area Shop focused on selling fish/seafood.
Seafood-14.svg
Seafood chijin.jpg
shop spices Node Area Shop focused on selling spices.
Shop-other-16.svg
Old city, best spice shop (498280882).jpg
shop tea Node Area Shop focused on selling tea.
Tea-14.svg
Tea shop by matsuyuki in Nishiki Ichiba, Kyoto.jpg
shop wine Node Area Shop focused on selling wine. Also covered by shop=alcohol
Alcohol-16.svg
Wine Shop.JPG

General store, department store, mall

shop department_store Node Area A single large store – often multiple storeys high – selling a large variety of goods (see also shop=mall)
Department store-16.svg
Takeshimaya Times Square in the evening.jpg
shop general Node Area A store that carries a general line of merchandise. (see also shop=convenience if it sells food).
Shop-other-16.svg
Feinkost Weber Hernals 1994.jpg
shop kiosk Node Area A small shop on the pavement that sells magazines, tobacco, newspapers, sweets and stamps.
Newsagent-14.svg
Kiosk germany.jpg
shop mall NodeArea A shopping mall – multiple stores under one roof (also known as a shopping centre)
Shop-other-16.svg
Dalian large Shopping Mall 2005.jpg
shop supermarket Node Area Supermarket – a large store with groceries and other items
Supermarket-14.svg
Supermarket check out.JPG

Clothing, shoes, accessories

shop baby_goods Node Area Shop focused on selling objects for babies (clothes, prams, cots, toys).
Shop-other-16.svg
Baby care shop2.jpg
shop bag Node Area Shop focused on selling bags.
Bag-14.svg
Shop bag berlin.jpg
shop boutique Node Area A small shopping outlet, especially one that specializes in elite and fashionable items
Shop-other-16.svg
Inside Sttilo.jpg
shop clothes Node Area Shop focused on selling clothes (other related value in use is fashion)
Clothes-16.svg
Hasseen2.jpg
shop fabric Node Area Shop focused on selling fabric and other materials for the purpose of making clothes and other products, eg dress making.
Shop-other-16.svg
Shop fabric.JPG
shop fashion Node Area Shop focused on selling fashion.
Clothes-16.svg
Shop fashion berlin.jpg
shop jewelry Node Area Jewellers shops.
Jewellery-16.svg
Bijouterie.jpg
shop leather Node Area Shop focused on selling products made out of leather.
Shop-other-16.svg
Lewis Leathers shop.jpg
shop shoes Node Area Shop focused on selling shoes.
Shoes-16.svg
Shoes.JPG
shop tailor Node Area Use craft=tailor instead.
Shop-other-16.svg
Tailor.jpg
shop watches Node Area Shop focused on selling watches.
Shop-other-16.svg
Paris Forum des Halles 2012 09.jpg

Discount store, charity

shop charity Node Area A charity shop is a shop operated by a charity, for the purposes of fundraising.
Shop-other-16.svg
Cancer Research, Armagh, November 2009.JPG
shop second_hand Node Area A shop buying and selling used clothes and other things. See also shop=pawnbroker
Shop-other-16.svg
HK Sheung Wan 2nd hand market Tung Street 上環東街.JPG
shop variety_store Node Area A variety store retailer is a retail store that sells inexpensive items, sometimes with a single price point for all items in the store.
Variety store-14.svg
100-Emon.jpg

Health and beauty

shop beauty Node Area A non-hairdresser beauty shop, spa, nail salon, etc.. See also shop=hairdresser.
Beauty-14.svg
Hair and Beauty, Strabane, January 2010.JPG
shop chemist Node Area Shop focused on selling articles of personal hygiene, cosmetics, and household cleaning products (for a shop that potentially dispenses prescription drugs, cf. pharmacy. U.S. drug store, see amenity=pharmacy)
Chemist-14.svg
Kelly Chemist, Omagh - geograph.org.uk - 103193.jpg
shop cosmetics Node Area Shop focused on selling cosmetics
Perfumery-14.svg
Cosmetics at Central Ladprao.JPG
shop drugstore - This tag is discouraged. Please use either shop=chemist (if they sell prescription-free drugs, cosmetics, household cleaning products, etc.) or amenity=pharmacy (if they offer prescription drugs).
Shop-other-16.svg
shop erotic Node Area Shop focused on selling erotic toys, -clothes or other erotic stuff.
Shop-other-16.svg
Sex shops (Paris)-01.jpg
shop hairdresser Node Area Here you can get your hair cut, coloured, … See also shop=beauty
Hairdresser-16.svg
Belfast (187), October 2009.JPG
shop hearing_aids Node Area Shop focused on selling hearing aids devices
Shop-other-16.svg
Shop audiologist.jpg
shop herbalist Node Area Shop focused on selling herbs, often for medical purposes. (See also: healthcare:speciality=herbalism and healthcare=alternative).
Shop-other-16.svg
Hong Kong Museum of Medical Sciences, The Herbalist Shop.jpg
shop massage NodeArea A massage shop
Shop-other-16.svg
Thaimassage.jpg
shop medical_supply NodeArea Shop focused on selling medical supplies.
Shop-other-16.svg
Jt medical supply.jpg
shop nutrition_supplements NodeArea Shops that sells one or more nutritional supplements (of vitamins, minerals and/or herbs)
Shop-other-16.svg
GNC-store.jpg
shop optician Node Area Shop focused on selling eyeglasses, contact lenses (may also check your eyes).
Optician-16.svg
US Navy 021029-N-3228G-001 Adjusting a customer's eyeglasses.jpg
shop perfumery Node Area Shop focused on selling perfumery
Perfumery-14.svg
301 perfumery and drugstore in Cala Millor.jpg
shop tattoo Node Area A tattoo parlour.
Shop-other-16.svg
Tattoo-by-grisha-maslov.jpg

Do-it-yourself, household, building materials, gardening

shop bathroom_furnishing Node Area Shop focused on selling bathroom furniture and accessories
Shop-other-16.svg
Moderní koupelna.jpg
shop doityourself Node Area Shop focused on selling tools and supplies to do-it-yourself householders, gardening, …
Doityourself-16.svg
Inside BandQ - geograph.org.uk - 649798.jpg
shop electrical Node Area Shop focused on selling electrical supplies and devices
Shop-other-16.svg
shop energy Node Area Shop focused on selling energy
Shop-other-16.svg
shop fireplace Node Area Shop focused on selling wood fireplaces.
Shop-other-16.svg
Kaminofen in Betrieb IMG 6067.jpg
shop florist Node Area Shop focused on selling bouquets of flowers (see shop=garden_centre for potted flowers).
Florist-16.svg
Butler's Wharf Flower Shop.jpg
shop garden_centre Node Area Shop focused on selling potted flowers, maybe even trees (see also shop=florist for flower bouquets).
Garden centre-14.svg
Almondsbury.garden.centre.arp.jpg
shop garden_furniture Node Area Shop focused on selling garden furniture (sheds, outdoor tables, gates, fences, ...). See shop=garden_centre if also plants are sold.
Shop-other-16.svg
shop gas Node Area Shop focused on selling technical gas, such as argon, oxygen, acetylene, nitrogen, carbon dioxide, etc. in pressurized containers
Shop-other-16.svg
2008-07-24 Bundle of compressed gas bottles.jpg
shop glaziery Node Area Shop focused on selling and installing glazing for windows and doors.
Shop-other-16.svg
Double glazed Units.JPG
shop hardware Node Area Shop focused on selling building supplies including screws, bolts & paints, … See also shop=doityourself
Doityourself-16.svg
Tweedy and Popp 03.jpg
shop houseware Node Area Shop focused on selling crockery, cutlery, kitchenware, small household appliances.
Shop-other-16.svg
Houseware.jpg
shop locksmith Node Area Shop focused on selling keys, see also craft=locksmith and craft=key_cutter
Shop-other-16.svg
Locksmiths.jpg
shop paint Node Area Shop focused on selling paints.
Shop-other-16.svg
Artists paints.jpg
shop trade Node Area Shop focused on selling one or more building supplies such as timber/wood, cement etc. See also shop=doityourself
Shop-other-16.svg
Timber yard of Travis Perkins builders merchants - geograph.org.uk - 1025761.jpg

Furniture and interior

shop antiques Node Area Shop focused on selling antiques.
Shop-other-16.svg
Antiques shop berlin.jpg
shop bed Node Area Shop focused on selling mattresses and other bedding products.
Shop-other-16.svg
Bed Shop, Omagh - geograph.org.uk - 129722.jpg
shop candles Node Area Shop focused on selling candles and candle accessories (holders, etc)
Shop-other-16.svg
Candle shop, Liberty of London (8370788712).jpg
shop carpet Node Area Shop focused on selling carpets
Shop-other-16.svg
A carpet seller in Jaipur.jpg
shop curtain Node Area Shop focused on selling curtains or drapes (see also shop=fabric)
Shop-other-16.svg
Commerciante di tessuti.jpg
shop furniture Node Area Shop focused on selling furniture, might range from small decorational items to a whole flat interior
Furniture-16.svg
Small furniture shop.jpg
shop interior_decoration Node Area Shop focused on selling interior decorations.
Shop-other-16.svg
LA Showroom1 dakota jackson.jpg
shop kitchen Node Area A shop where you can plan and buy your kitchen. (Sometimes called "kitchen studio" and the like, but plain kitchen is the most frequently used tag so far.)
Shop-other-16.svg
Kitchen shop in "The Boulevard" - geograph.org.uk - 1368775.jpg
shop lamps Node Area Shop focused on selling lamps.
Shop-other-16.svg
Lamps shop at Djeema el Fnaa Square.jpg
shop tiles Node Area Shop focused on selling tiles.
Shop-other-16.svg
2.2 Jura Gelb geschliffen.JPG
shop window_blind Node Area Shop focused on selling window blinds.
Shop-other-16.svg
Some window blinds.JPG

Electronics

shop computer Node Area Shop focused on selling computers, peripherals, software, …
Computer-14.svg
Computer shop, Crossens.JPG
shop electronics Node Area Shop focused on selling consumer electronics (TV, radio, …). Larger ones may also sell computers, fridges, …
Electronics-16.svg
Currys Digital.jpg
shop hifi Node Area Shop focused on selling High Fidelity or High End environment to listen music or watch films at home
Hifi-14.svg
JB Hi-Fi Wagga Wagga.jpg
shop mobile_phone Node Area Shop focused on selling mobile phones and accessories
Mobile-phone-16.svg
3G Mobile Phones fot China Mobile.jpg
shop radiotechnics Node Area Shop focused on selling electronic components, electrical products, radio measuring devices, supplies for radio and electronics.
Shop-other-16.svg
Tokyo Akihabara electronic parts shop.jpg
shop vacuum_cleaner Node Area Shop focused on selling vacuum cleaners and associated products.
Shop-other-16.svg
Panasonic MCE8013 vacuum cleaner close.jpg

Outdoors and sport, vehicles

shop bicycle Node Area Shop focused on selling bicycles, bicycle equipment and may rent or repair them
Bicycle-16.svg
ShopBicycle.jpg
shop car Node Area Car store – a place to buy cars or to get your car repaired
Purple-car.svg
Dscf1411-800.jpg
shop car_repair Node Area Shop focused on car repair (usually independent of a specific car brand).
Repair-car-16.svg
Colourful Shops Places In Onehunga II.jpg
shop car_parts Node Area Shop focused on selling auto parts, auto accessories, motor oil, car chemicals, etc.
Car parts-14.svg
Auto Parts Store.jpg
shop fishing Node Area Shop focused on selling fishing equipment.
Shop-other-16.svg
M.A. Wickham, East Grinstead (15538910361).jpg
shop free_flying Node Area Shop focused on selling free flying equipment.
Shop-other-16.svg
shop hunting Node Area Shop focused on selling gun and hunting equipment.
Shop-other-16.svg
Bass Pro Shops entrance.JPG
shop motorcycle Node Area Shop focused on selling motorcycles and/or related accessories, clothes, parts, repair and rental services.
Shop motorcycle.svg
KAWASAKI KLR 650.JPG
shop outdoor Node Area Shop focused on selling camping, walking, climbing, and other outdoor sports equipment (GPSes, etc.)
Outdoor-14.svg
Outdoor shop.png
shop scuba_diving Node Area Shop focused on selling scuba diving equipment.
Shop-other-16.svg
Paradise Dive Shop.jpg
shop sports Node Area Shop focused on selling sporting goods.
Sports-14.svg
HK TST East Mody Road Wing On Plaza Shop Kettler Sport Fitness.JPG
shop swimming_pool Node Area A store that sells swimming pool equipment and supplies.
Shop-other-16.svg
Swimming-pool-chemicals-1.jpg
shop tyres Node Area Shop focused on selling tyres.
Shop-other-16.svg
Istanbul Continental tyre shop.jpg

Art, music, hobbies

shop art Node Area Shop which sells works of art. May be paintings, sculpture, or other types of art
Art-14.svg
Ruiz gallery.jpg
shop collector Node Area A shop for different collector's items like stamps, coins, action figures, etc.
Shop-other-16.svg
shop craft Node Area An arts and crafts supply store. Commonly sold items are paper, canvas, paint, pencils, crafting wood, crafting tools, etc. - look at craft=*
Shop-other-16.svg
shop frame Node Area Shop focused on selling frames.
Shop-other-16.svg
Shop frames berlin.jpg
shop games Node Area Shop focused on selling board games, card games and/or role-playing games.
Shop-other-16.svg
Essen 2008 0251.jpg
shop model Node Area Shop specialising in the sale of scale models.
Shop-other-16.svg
South-Goodwin.jpg
shop music Node Area Shop focused on selling recorded music (vinyl/CDs/...)
Shop-other-16.svg
Music shop.JPG
shop musical_instrument Node Area Shop focused on selling musical instruments, lyrics, scores. If focused on a specific instrument, specify with musical_instrument=*
Musical instrument-14.svg
Portadown (66), September 2009.JPG
shop photo Node Area Shop focused on selling products or services related with photography.
Photo-14.svg
Fujifilm photo shop.jpg
shop trophy Node Area Store selling trophies, awards, plaques etc.
Shop-other-16.svg
Geograph-2329589-by-Robin-Stott.jpg
shop video Node Area Shop focused on selling or renting out videos/DVDs.
Shop-other-16.svg
Video shop.jpg
shop video_games Node Area Shop focused on selling video games.
Shop-other-16.svg
GameStop on Powell Street in San Francisco, California.

Stationery, gifts, books, newspapers

shop anime Node Area Shop focused on selling anime stuff.
Shop-other-16.svg
KT Anime Shop 20150926.jpg
shop books Node Area Shop focused on selling books (for a library that lends books, see amenity=library)
Books-16.svg
Strand basement jeh.jpg
shop gift Node Area Shop focused on selling gifts, greeting cards, or tourist gifts (souvenirs)
Gift-16.svg
Gift shop interior.jpg
shop lottery Node Area A shop of which the main or only purpose is the sale of lottery tickets.
Shop-other-16.svg
12 Kościuszki Street in Sanok (2015), Lotto.jpg
shop newsagent Node Area Shop focused on selling newspapers, cigarettes, other goods
Newsagent-14.svg
HK Sheung Wan Po Yan Street 7-11 Shop Newspaper Stand.JPG
shop stationery Node Area Shop focused on selling office supplies
Stationery-14.svg
Vănphòngphẩm-InsideStationeryShop03012009606.jpg
shop ticket Node Area Shop focused on selling tickets for concerts, events, public transport, …
Shop-other-16.svg
Box office of Shosha station.jpg

Others

shop bookmaker Node Area A shop that takes bets on sporting and other events at agreed upon odds.
Shop-other-16.svg
Ladbrokes - 263 Park Lane (2299743817).jpg
shop copyshop Node Area Shop focused on selling photocopying and printing services.
Copyshop-14.svg
HK 上環 Sheung Wan 蘇杭街 Jervois Street 24 photo copy print co shop.JPG
shop dry_cleaning Node Area Shop or kiosk offering a clothes dry cleaning service. The actual cleaning may be done elsewhere.
Laundry-14.svg
Dry clean rack.jpg
shop e-cigarette Node Area Shop focused on selling electronic cigarettes.
Shop-other-16.svg
510N e-cigarette and e-liquids.jpg
shop funeral_directors Node Area Providing services related to funeral arrangements, may also be known as a "funeral parlour" or "undertakers".
Shop-other-16.svg
JapaneseFuneralArrangementTokyo.jpg
shop laundry Node Area A shop to get your normal clothes washed. Might be self service coin operated, with service staff for drop off, …
Laundry-14.svg
Polarstern laundry hg.jpg
shop money_lender Node Area A money lender offers small personal loans at high rates of interest.
Shop-other-16.svg
Guaranteed Payday Loans-Cash Money Store.jpg
shop pawnbroker Node Area A pawnbroker (or pawnshop) is an individual or business that offers secured loans to people. See also shop=second_hand
Shop-other-16.svg
Pawnbroker Oulu 20090906.JPG
shop pet Node Area A shop for pets, animals and toys or food for them.
Pet-16.svg
Baby parrots in a pet shop-8a.jpg
shop pyrotechnics Node Area Store of pyrotechnics: fireworks, firecrackers, sparklers etc.
Shop-other-16.svg
TNT Fireworks Supercenter, Jennings (East face).JPG
shop religion Node Area Shop focused on selling religious articles, church shop. See also religion=*
Shop-other-16.svg
shop tobacco Node Area Shop focused on selling tobacco, cigarettes and their related accessories.
Tobacco-14.svg
Fachgeschäft für Tabakwaren.JPG
shop toys Node Area Shop focused on selling toys.
Toys-14.svg
HK Toys R Us.JPG
shop travel_agency Node Area Shop focused on selling tickets for travelling.
Travel agency-14.svg
Shop travel agency berlin.jpg
shop vacant Node Area Not an actual shop, of course. You may want to use this tag when a shop has been closed, to avoid confusing other mappers who may not know about this (please leave a note=*). Plus, you can keep the corresponding object and simply edit it when a new shop opens on the same spot. May be confusing, a vacancy is not a shop and should not show up on maps as a shop. disused:shop=* is an alternative