Talk:Proposed features/oneway type
- Right. But if I start tagging in my hometown, I need help to find better tag-values names, or are the proposed plausible? --HalverHahn (talk) 17:30, 28 September 2016 (UTC)
Values in general
Are all those values really needed?
What is the real difference between a residential true oneway and a service (true) oneway? Both need a visible sign on a map for mind-routing. Okay, may be there is a difference for bicycle-QA.
What is the real difference between separate_direction and separate_carriageway / road_divider / trunk (or link)? All do not need a visible sign on a map - and I can not see any other need for differentiation.--GeorgFausB (talk) 11:34, 28 September 2016 (UTC)
- The intention was to select all (true) oneway roads and look in which of them cycling in the other direction is allowed. Seceltion by sign don't work, because a few oneway roads don't have a sign, only painted arrow at asphalt (Main road example without sign: G*Maps). Further I thought, maybe someone want distinguish also between separate carriageways without road divider. So I tried to create matching categories for each case. --HalverHahn (talk) 18:00, 28 September 2016 (UTC)
- Oh yes, this is an error in at the proposal page. I will correct it now. --HalverHahn (talk) 17:13, 28 September 2016 (UTC)
Often ways with no-entry and no-exit sign are not tagged with Relation:restriction but as short way with oneway=yes. I myself use this convenient method. So add oneway_type=no_entry (the sign is called no entry, see "Signs giving orders" ).? I guess we can skip oneway_type=no_exit since restriction=no_exit relation value only exists because of the different count of roles.--Jojo4u (talk) 11:01, 28 September 2016 (UTC)
oneway_type=separate_direction / separate_carriageway
Do you really expect to add this tag to every motorway? At least in Germany motorway includes this tag, so it seems to be redundant! If this true you should add a policy for a bot.
If I understand right, every highway=service which is oneway should be tagged with oneway_type=service too. Seems to be redundant.
- Yes I think so, too. But what about small road tagged with highway=service + service=alley? Should we imply to all highway=service which is not tagged with servoce=alley imaginary, so we can delete oneway_type=service from the proposal? (Beside that, I think alley=yes would fit better, as well in combination with highway=unclassified/residential/living_street/pedestrian) --HalverHahn (talk) 17:53, 6 October 2016 (UTC)