Tag:leisure=track

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Public-images-osm logo.svg leisure = track
Skyttis athletics tracks.jpg
Description
A race track for running, cycling and other non-motorised sports such as horses, greyhounds.
Used on these elements
should not be used on nodesmay be used on waysmay be used on areasshould not be used on relations
Useful combination
Status: In use

A race track for running, cycling and other non-motorised sports such as horses, greyhounds.

Note: For motorised sports use highway=raceway.

How to map

Use preliminary on a node Node, or if possible (e.g. running around the track with your GPS, or aerial imagery) preferably on a way Way

Areas?

Often mapping tracks as a way Way will mean looping back on yourself (the shape of many racetracks) This is conflicting with the idea of allowing areas Area for this tag. It's currently unclear/undecided whether data consumers should treat closed ways as areas for this tag. We're listing areas on Map Features, and the default OSM Mapnik/Carto stylesheet fills in area, perhaps because it handles all tags of the leisure key the same.

So it's advised to always add an area=yes/no tag in the case of closed ways.

A typical sports ground with an oval 800m track around a ballsport pitch can be mapped with a multipolygon for the oval track (sport=athletics), the pitch inside (sport=*ball), and further tracks for jumping etc., see example:

Sport track rendering.png

Tags to use in combination

sport=running, sport=athletics, sport=cycling, sport=horse_racing, sport=equestrian or other sport tags

lanes=* (where they are painted on).