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Forhindringer (barrier)

Forhindrings taggen bruges normalt knudepunkter langs veje, hvor rejsen er begrænset af en hindring. Den tilbydes som en bedre(renere) alternativ til at bruge Highway=gate osv. Den dækker også linier (f.eks hegn), der selv er hindringer.

Nøgle (Key) Værdi Element Kommentar Rendering Foto

Lineære forhindringer

barrier cable_barrier Way Also called guard cable. This is a road side or median barrier made of steel wire ropes mounted on weak posts. See also the more extensive wikipedia description.
5-wire-rope-barrier.jpg
barrier city_wall Way Area Bymur
City wall render eg1.png
City wall avila.png
barrier ditch Way Area Grøft, normalt med vand i bunden. Alternativt kan anvendes waterway=ditch.
Barrier fence mapnik.png
Forest ditch.JPG
barrier fence Way Area Hegn
Barrier fence mapnik.png
Anglerise.jpg
barrier guard_rail Way Autoværn.
Barrier fence mapnik.png
CrashBarrier.jpg
barrier handrail Way Is designed to be grasped by the hand so as to provide stability or support.
Barrier fence mapnik.png
Geländer am Kulturhaus im Kinderdorf Dittrichshütte 2.JPG
barrier hedge Way Area Hæk eller levende hegn
Barrier hedge.png
Daniel Fuchs.CC-BY-SA.Morus nigra.Hedge.jpg
barrier kerb Node Way Kantsten. Udgør en forhindring for køretøjer og kørestolsbrugere. Tilføj height=* for at angive højden.
Barrier fence mapnik.png
Obrubnik.jpg
barrier retaining_wall Way Area Støttemur, mur, sten eller beton som holder på en stejl skrænt. Tegnes så ned er til højre for stregens retning.
Barrier fence mapnik.png
Retaining wall.png
barrier tank_trap NodeWayArea Static anti-tank obstacle defences may take a number of forms, such as Czech hedgehog (barrier=tank_trap; tank_trap=czech_hedgehog).
Czech hedgehog.jpg
barrier wall Way Area Mur
Barrier fence mapnik.png
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Access control on highways

barrier block Node A large, solid, immobile block that can be moved only with heavy machinery or great effort.

Typically big solid things made of concrete for stopping larger vehicles.

Sometimes natural boulders are used for the same purpose.

Rendering-barrier-block.png
Barrier roadblock.jpg
barrier bollard Node Way Pullert. For pullerter, der kan sænkes ned i vejen efter aktivering med elektronisk nøglekort eller lignende, kan tilføjes bollard=rising.
Rendering-barrier-bollard.png
Bollard in residential area.jpg
barrier border_control Node Grænsekontrol. Her kontrolleres pas eller anden legimitation.
EU Swiss border post.jpg
barrier bump_gate Node See wikipedia:Bump gate. [1]
barrier bus_trap Node See wikipedia:Bus trap.
Bussluse 05-04-06 02.jpg
barrier cattle_grid Node Kvægrist. Tillader køretøjer og fodgængere, men ikke dyr at passere.
Cattle grid.jpg
barrier chain Node Kæde
Barrier chain.jpg
barrier cycle_barrier Node Cykelchikane eller -barriere.
473MS Mecklenbeck Bahn Umlaufsp.jpg
barrier debris Node A road is blocked by debris with or without ground. This might be for short or long time. Often used as first step in blocking an abandoned road.
Barrier debris.jpg
barrier entrance Node Indgang.
Entrance.png
barrier full-height_turnstile Node A full-height turnstile, also called HEET-turnstile (high entrance/exit turnstile), like the ones to access security areas. Note the mix of hyphen and underscore.
TR-a.JPG
barrier gate Node Way Port,låge. Tilføj access=* for at angive trafiktyper, der kan passere.
Barrier gate.svg
Gate-hindeloopen-westerdijk.jpg
barrier hampshire_gate Node A section of wire fence which can be removed temporarily.

Combine with access=* where appropriate.

Wire gate.jpg
barrier height_restrictor Node Combine with maxheight=*.
Height-Restriction-Barrier.jpg
barrier horse_stile Node A horse stile allows pedestrians and horses to cross a gap through a fence, but prevents or makes it very difficult for motorcycles and live stock to cross.
Horse stile on the Doncaster Greenway - geograph.org.uk - 502599.jpg
barrier jersey_barrier Node Way A Jersey barrier consists of heavy prefabricated blocks to create a barrier. Use material=plastic or material=concrete to express the used material.
Dora Baghdad soldiers.jpg
barrier kent_carriage_gap Node A Kent carriage gap is used by local authorities in the UK to prevent motorised vehicles from accessing public rights of way whilst allowing most horse drawn carriages to pass.
These are now becoming common on byways in the UK
barrier kissing_gate Node A gate which allows people to cross, but not livestock.
TL0452 stile.jpg
barrier lift_gate Node Vippebom.
Liftgate-7.svg
Lift gate.jpg
barrier log Node Way Træstamme
Rundholz-buche.jpg
barrier motorcycle_barrier Node Barriers along paths that prevent access by motorcycles.
Motorcycle barrier.jpg
barrier rope Node Way A flexible barrier made of fibres, twisted or braided together to improve strength. As a barrier it is often more symbolic than actually physically preventing pedestrians from accessing.
Black Red Gold Rope at German Bundestag in Berlin 2010.jpg
barrier sally_port Node A sally port is used to pass through thick or city walls, and is a type of covered gate with two doors.
Sallyport.jpg
barrier spikes Node Way Area Spikes on the ground that prevent unauthorized access. Can also be removable; e.g., after payment in a garage.
US Army spike strip.jpg
barrier stile Node Stente. Indretning, der tillader fodgængere at krydse et hegn eller en mur.
KentStile.jpg
barrier sump_buster Node A sump buster is a concrete slab or steel structure that prevents passing of two-tracked vehicles with less than a minimum track and ground clearance. (Typically stops normal cars.)
SumpBuster.jpg
barrier swing_gate Node Svingbom. Bevæges i vandret retning og anvendes f.eks. til at forhindre indkørsel til skovveje og lignende. Kan normalt passeres af fodgængere og cyklister.
Liftgate-7.svg
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barrier toll_booth Node Betalingssted for vejafgift, f.eks. ved Storebæltsbroen.
Toll booth.jpg
barrier turnstile Node A turnstile (also called baffle gate) is used to allow one person at a time to pass. Use this for small turnstiles like the ones in supermarkets or some subways.
Barrier drehkreuz.JPG
barrier yes Way A barrier which nature cannot be determined; typically only used in mapping using aerial imagery. Should be replaced by a specific value.
Bing imagery showing buildings and barrier.png
barrier brugerdefineret Node Way Area Se også Taginfo[2] for mere information.

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