Template:Bridges

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Usage

All parameters are optional. By default, text is in English. English writers shall write their comments in the template itself (avoiding double edition). Other languages are translated in template arguments, not in the template itself.

== One key/value row ==
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{{Bridges

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|bridge:key=

|yes:value=
|yes:desc=
|aqueduct:value=
|aqueduct:desc=
|boardwalk:value=
|boardwalk:desc=
|cantilever:value=
|cantilever:desc=
|covered:value=
|covered:desc=
|low_water_crossing:value=
|low_water_crossing:desc=
|movable:value=
|movable:desc=
|trestle:value=
|trestle:desc=
|viaduct:value=
|viaduct:desc=
}}

See also


Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
bridge yes Way Non-specific bridge tag, possibly combined with other bridge:* tags Weißenberg - Nechern - Riegel-Mühle 10 ies.jpg
bridge aqueduct Way A longer structure for carrying a canal or fresh water. Consider using historic=aqueduct for significant ancient aqueducts. Pont du gard.jpg
bridge boardwalk Way A plank walkway over wet or otherwise difficult terrain, usually low to the ground and supported by posts. Swampy But Pretty Bog In Fiordland NZ.jpg
bridge cantilever Way A bridge where a span is supported at one end only. Usually, the free ends of two spans are fastened to one another, giving a longer clear span between supports. Hudson River from Waryas Park in Poughkeepsie, NY 2.JPG
bridge covered Way A covered bridge has a roof and fully or partly enclosed sides, usually to protect the bridge deck and members from deterioration. Consider also the combination bridge=*+covered=*. Pont couvert (Routhierville).jpg
bridge low_water_crossing Way Also known as an "Irish bridge", this is a low bridge which is engineered to carry vehicles above water at low flow levels and survive submersion at high flow levels. Consider also adding either ford=yes or flood_prone=yes on low-water-bridges that will sometimes be flooded on a seasonal and/or intermittent basis (see Discussion page). Roanoke River low water crossing.jpg
bridge movable Way Movable bridges contain a span that can be moved up or to the side, often to provide greater clearance for traffic moving beneath the bridge. All such spans should be tagged with bridge=movable. Further information may be provided using bridge:movable=*. The fixed spans should be tagged separately, to make clear which part of the bridge is and is not movable. MovableBridge roll.gif
bridge trestle Way A bridge composed of a series of short spans where each span is supported by a rigid frame, usually called a "bent" rather than a pier. Rattlesnake Trestle.jpg
bridge viaduct Way A bridge composed of a series of spans, often short relative to its overall length. The spans may be arches, girders supported by piers, etc. For ways or features that raise a feature above the natural ground on mounds or earth walls, use embankment=*. Railway Viaduct.jpg

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