I have created a new sub category of ramp called
this describes a ramp which is elevated off the ground rather than built up of solid material underneath it. It has been used on 2 ways 23433026 and 23422025. In the case of these 2 ways, the ramp a wheelchair accessible wood and metal trellis supported by steel towers leading up to an observation tower.
- ramp:* tags describe that a way has a ramp, not that the way is a ramp (which, from your description, seems to be what you are trying to tag). They also cannot be used to tag multiple attributes of a single ramp.
- If a way is tagged highway=footway + ramp:elevated=yes + ramp:wheelchair=yes, then it is a footway with an elevated ramp and a wheelchair ramp (not an "elevated wheelchair ramp") next to it. --Tordanik 21:00, 27 January 2010 (UTC)
Shouldn't the tag describe on which side the ramp is?
- I would also propose that 21:27, 10 October 2014 (UTC)
How to tag for separately mapped ramps
"Ramps that run physically separated (e.g. separated by a fence, height difference or wall), should be drawn separately. " - should ramp=no or ramp=yes used in such cases? Or maybe ramp=separate? Mateusz Konieczny (talk) 11:47, 19 August 2017 (UTC)