The start and end nodes of a way tagged as a piste:lift are assumed to be a station. These nodes may have their elevation documented with ele=*. Additional information should be tagged on the way (of the lift). Access may also depend on transport type(ski/foot/bicycle/?):
|aerialway:occupancy||People in each carriage (car, chair, etc.); numeric.||Platter, j-bar and rope_tow implies aerialway:occupancy=1 and T-bar implies aerialway:occupancy=2.|
|aerialway:capacity||People per hour; numeric.||piste:lift:capacity=2600|
|aerialway:duration||Minutes; numeric.||Average/typical time for journey on that lift.|
|aerialway:bubble||yes/no (default)||If each carriage has a (retractable) transparent cover to provide weather protection.|
|aerialway:heating||yes/no (default)||If each carriage has heating.|
|aerialway:bicycle||yes/summer/no||If bicycles are allowed in carriages: all year round; in summer, or not at all. By default, cablecar, gondola, and mixed_lift imply yes, and chairlifts, t-bars imply no.|
|aerialway:access||entry/exit/both/no|| Main article: conditional restrictions
The access allowed to carriages at this node, entry means it is possible to board the lift here, exit means it is possible to disembark, both means both are possible (often the case for gondolas and cable-cars), and no means neither are possible (useful for beginning and ending nodes if the implicit assumption of being an entry or exit station is incorrect). Add :summer or :winter subkeys where seasonal rules apply (often in winter only ascending is allowed).
|aerialway:summer:access||entry/exit/both/no||The access as above, but only during "summer". Similarly for "winter". Use no in all stations if the aerialway is not operated at all.|
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