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Dikkat: Bu sayfa Map Features'ın Türkçe bir özetidir; ve İngilizce sayfanın birebir kopyasıdır. Böylece çeviri kolaylaşmıştır.

OpenStreetMap Düğüm, Yol veya Alanlara atanacak etiketler için hiç bir içerik kısıtlamasına sahip değildir. İstediğiniz herhangi bir etiketi kullanabilirsiniz. Fakat, ortak bir altlık harita yaratmak, yorumlamak ve görüntülemek için öznitelik ve bunlara karşılık gelen etiketlerden oluşan bir tavsiye edilecek bir küme üzerinde anlaşmanın bir çok yararı vardır. Bu sayfa tavsiye edilen bir öznitelik ve ilgili etiket kümesini içermektedir.

Eğer haritalamak istediğiniz öznitelik için uygun etiket bulamıyorsanız Proposed features sayfasına bakın. Orada hangi olası eklenecek özniteliklerin neler görebilir (daha önce eklenmelerini sağlayabilir) veya kendiniz bir şey önerebilirsiniz.

Görsel giydirme (rendering) hakkında notlar:

  • Burada bulunan etiketleri kullanmanız yaptığınız düzenlemelerin çeşitli yazılımlarca büyük olasılıkla gösterilmesini sağlayacaktır. Ancak, bu durum kullanılan bir etiketin belirli bir yazılım veya OSM ana harita sayfasında kullanılan yazılımlar ile gösterilebileceğini garanti etmez.
  • Burada listelenmemiş ancak OSM ana harita sayfasında giydirilerek gösterilebilen birçok etiketler bulunabilir. Bu liste yazılımlar tarafından uygulanmış tüm etiketler ile güncellenmemiştir.

Tablolar en çok kullanılan başta olmak üzere temalarına göre gruplandırılmıştır.

Fiziksel

Araçyolu

Bu etiket öncelikle her türlü yolu belirlemekte kullanılır.

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo

Roads

These are the principal tags for the road network. They range from the most to least important.

highway motorway Way A restricted access major divided highway, normally with 2 or more running lanes plus emergency hard shoulder. Equivalent to the Freeway, Autobahn, etc..
Rendering-highway motorway neutral.png
Motorway-photo.jpg
highway trunk Way The most important roads in a country's system that aren't motorways. (Need not necessarily be a divided highway.)
Rendering-highway trunk L3005 MF.png
Dscf0444 600.jpg
highway primary Way The next most important roads in a country's system. (Often link larger towns.)
Rendering-highway primary neutral.png
Primary-photo.jpg
highway secondary Way The next most important roads in a country's system. (Often link towns.)
Rendering-highway secondary neutral.png
Meyenburg-L134.jpg
highway tertiary Way The next most important roads in a country's system. (Often link smaller towns and villages)
Rendering-highway tertiary neutral.png
OHZ-K28-Bergedorfer Str.jpg
highway unclassified Way The least most important through roads in a country's system – i.e. minor roads of a lower classification than tertiary, but which serve a purpose other than access to properties. Often link villages and hamlets. (The word 'unclassified' is a historical artefact of the UK road system and does not mean that the classification is unknown; you can use highway=road for that.)
Rendering-highway unclassified.png
Highway unclassified-photo.jpg
highway residential Way Roads which serve as an access to housing, without function of connecting settlements. Often lined with housing.
Rendering-highway residential.png
Residential.jpg
highway service Way Area For access roads to, or within an industrial estate, camp site, business park, car park etc. Can be used in conjunction with service=* to indicate the type of usage and with access=* to indicate who can use it and in what circumstances.
Rendering-highway service.png
Alley.jpg

Link roads

highway motorway_link Way The link roads (sliproads/ramps) leading to/from a motorway from/to a motorway or lower class highway. Normally with the same motorway restrictions.
Rendering-highway motorway link.png
Dscf0242 600.jpg
highway trunk_link Way The link roads (sliproads/ramps) leading to/from a trunk road from/to a trunk road or lower class highway.
Rendering-highway trunk link.png
Trunk link.jpg
highway primary_link Way The link roads (sliproads/ramps) leading to/from a primary road from/to a primary road or lower class highway.
Rendering-highway primary link.png
highway secondary_link Way The link roads (sliproads/ramps) leading to/from a secondary road from/to a secondary road or lower class highway.
Rendering-highway secondary link.png
highway tertiary_link Way The link roads (sliproads/ramps) leading to/from a tertiary road from/to a tertiary road or lower class highway.
Rendering-highway tertiary link.png

Special road types

highway living_street Way For living streets, which are residential streets where pedestrians have legal priority over cars, speeds are kept very low and where children are allowed to play on the street.
Living street osm.png
beginning of a living street with a paving stones surface and some trees and cars parking at the sides
highway pedestrian Way Area For roads used mainly/exclusively for pedestrians in shopping and some residential areas which may allow access by motorised vehicles only for very limited periods of the day. To create a 'square' or 'plaza' create a closed way and tag as pedestrian and also with area=yes.
Pedestrian with area osm.png
Cambridge Rd - geograph.org.uk - 1189572.jpg
highway track Way Roads for mostly agricultural or forestry uses. To describe the quality of a track, see tracktype=*. Note: Although tracks are often rough with unpaved surfaces, this tag is not describing the quality of a road but its use. Consequently, if you want to tag a general use road, use one of the general highway values instead of track.
Rendering-highway track.png
Frühlingslandschft Aaretal Schweiz.jpg
highway bus_guideway Way A busway where the vehicle guided by the way (though not a railway) and is not suitable for other traffic. Please note: this is not a normal bus lane, use access=no, psv=yes instead!
Rendering-highway-bus guideway-mapnik.png
Bus track.jpg
highway escape Way For runaway truck ramps, runaway truck lanes, emergency escape ramps, or truck arrester beds. It enables vehicles with braking failure to safely stop.
A7-Notbremsweg.jpg
highway raceway Way A course or track for (motor) racing
Rendering-highway-raceway-mapnik.png
Raceway.jpg
highway road Way A road/way/street/motorway/etc. of unknown type. It can stand for anything ranging from a footpath to a motorway. This tag should only be used temporarily until the road/way/etc. has been properly surveyed. If you do know the road type, do not use this value, instead use one of the more specific highway=* values.
Rendering-highway-road-mapnik.png
Road.png

Paths

highway footway Way For designated footpaths; i.e., mainly/exclusively for pedestrians. This includes walking tracks and gravel paths. If bicycles are allowed as well, you can indicate this by adding a bicycle=yes tag. Should not be used for paths where the primary or intended usage is unknown. Use highway=pedestrian for pedestrianised roads in shopping or residential areas and highway=track if it is usable by agricultural or similar vehicles.
Rendering-highway footway.png
Dscf0487 600.jpg
highway bridleway Way For horses. Equivalent to highway=path + horse=designated.
Rendering-highway bridleway.png
Bridleway-reitweg-de.jpg
highway steps Way For flights of steps (stairs) on footways. Use with step_count=* to indicate the number of steps
Rendering-highway steps.png
Steps.jpg
highway path Way A non-specific path. Use highway=footway for paths mainly for walkers, highway=cycleway for one also usable by cyclists, highway=bridleway for ones available to horses as well as walkers and highway=track for ones which is passable by agriculture or similar vehicles.
Path osm.png
GuideFootPathCycleYes.jpg

When sidewalk (or pavement) is tagged on the main roadway (see Sidewalks)

sidewalk both / left / right / no Way Specifies that the highways has sidewalks on both sides, on one side or no sidewalk at all
Sidewalk and zebra-crossing.jpg

When cycleway is drawn as its own way (see Bicycle)

highway cycleway Way For designated cycleways. Add foot=* only if default-access-restrictions do not apply.
Cycleway osm.png
Separated cycleway with traffic sign

Cycleway tagged on the main roadway or lane (see Bicycle)

cycleway lane Way A lane is a route that lies within the roadway
Cycle trackinroad.jpg
cycleway opposite Way Used on ways with oneway=yes where it is legally permitted to cycle in both directions. Used together with oneway:bicycle=no.
Sul bxl 01.JPG
cycleway opposite_lane Way Used on ways with oneway=yes that have a cycling lane going the opposite direction of normal traffic flow (a "contraflow" lane). Used together with oneway:bicycle=no.
Fr-C24a ex3-Conditions particulieres par voie-velo.gif
cycleway track Way A track provides a route that is separated from traffic. In the United States, this term is often used to refer to bike lanes that are separated from lanes for cars by pavement buffers, bollards, parking lanes, and curbs. Note that a cycle track may alternatively be drawn as a separate way next to the road which is tagged as highway=cycleway.
Cycle nexttoroad.jpg
cycleway opposite_track Way Used on ways with oneway=yes that have a cycling track going the opposite direction of normal traffic flow
549c Spitzenkiel140923.jpg
cycleway share_busway Way There is a bus lane that cyclists are permitted to use.
Busandbike.jpg
cycleway shared_lane Way Cyclists share a lane with motor vehicles, but there are markings indicating that they should share the lane with motorists.
Sharrows Toronto 2011.jpg
busway lane Way Bus lane on both sides of the road.
2010-01-02 15.19.16.jpg

Lifecycle

highway proposed Way For planned roads, use with proposed=* and a value of the proposed highway value.
Planned mapnik.png
highway construction Way For roads under construction. Use construction=* to hold the value for the completed road.
Highway construction 200805041655.png
12Jan05 04.jpg

Attributes

abutters commercial/ industrial/ mixed/ residential/ retail etc. Way See Key:abutters for more details.
Dscf1376-600.jpg
bicycle_road yes Way A bicycle road is a road designated for bicycles. If residential streets get the status of bicycle roads, normally, by special signs, motor traffic is admitted with limited speed, often only for residents.
456Humboldtstr.jpg
driving_side left/ right Node Relation Defines which side of the road vehicles must legally use. (must only be used on highways when they are an exception to the rule)
Drive on left in australia.jpg
ford yes Node Way The road crosses through stream or river, vehicles must enter any water.
Map feature ford.jpg
ice_road yes Way A highway is laid upon frozen water basin, definitely doesn't exist in summer.
Pechora crossing.jpg
incline Number %/° Node Way Incline steepness as percents ("5%") or degrees ("20°"). Positive/negative values indicate movement upward/downwards in the direction of the way.
junction roundabout Way Closed way This automatically implies oneway=yes, the oneway direction is defined by the sequential ordering of nodes within the Way. This applies on a way, tagged with highway=* already.
Mapping-Features-Roundabout-Simple.png
Roundabout.jpg
lanes number Way The number of traffic lanes for general purpose traffic, also for buses and other specific classes of vehicle.
NLEx 6 Lanes.jpg
lit yes/no NodeWayArea Street lighting
Berlin speer-leuchte.jpg
motorroad yes/no Way Node The motorroad tag is used to describe highways that have motorway-like access restrictions but that are not a motorway.
120px-Zeichen 331.svg.png
mountain_pass yes Node The highest point of a mountain pass.
Mountain pass.jpg
mtb:scale 0-6 Way Applies to highway=path and highway=track. A classification scheme for mtb trails (few inclination and downhill).
S3.jpg
mtb:scale:uphill 0-5 Way A classification scheme for mtb trails for going uphill if there is significant inclination.
mtb:scale:imba 0-4 Way The IMBA Trail Difficulty Rating System shall be used for bikeparks. It is adapted to mtb trails with artificial obstacles.
mtb:description Text Way Applies to highway=path and highway=track. A key to input variable infos related to mtbiking on a way with human words
overtaking yes/ no/ both/ forward/ backward Way Specifying sections of roads where overtaking is legally forbidden.
parking:condition free/ ticket/ disc/ residents/ customers/ private Way Specifying the parking conditions (terms). See parking:condition=* for more details.
parking:lane parallel/ diagonal/ perpendicular/ marked/ no_parking/ no_stopping/ fire_lane. Way Specifying the parking space. See parking:lane=* for more details.
passing_places yes Way A way which has frequent passing places
sac_scale hiking / mountain_hiking / demanding_mountain_hiking / alpine_hiking / demanding_alpine_hiking / difficult_alpine_hiking Way Applies to highway=path and highway=footway. A classification scheme for hiking trails.
Mountain hiking.jpg
service alley / driveway / parking_aisle etc. Way See Key:service for more details.
Seattle - alley north from S Jackson between Western & 1st - A.jpg
surface paved / unpaved / asphalt / concrete / paving_stones / cobblestone / metal / wood / grass_paver / gravel / pebblestone / grass / ground / earth / dirt / mud / sand Way See Key:surface for more details.
tactile_paving yes / no Node Way Area A paving in the ground to be followed with a blindman's stick. Not to be rendered on standard maps.
Tactile paving.jpg
tracktype grade1/ grade2/ grade3/ grade4/ grade5 Way To describe the quality of the surface. See Key:tracktype for more information.
Mapnik-tracktype-grade1.png
Surface grade1.jpg
traffic_calming yes / bump / hump / cushion / table etc. Node Way See Key:traffic calming for more details.
trail_visibility excellent / good / intermediate / bad / horrible / no Way Applies to highway=path, highway=footway, highway=cycleway and highway=bridleway. A classification for hiking trails visibility
winter_road yes Way A highway functions during winter, probably can't be driven in summer.
Anuisk bilibino sever66.jpg

Other highway features

highway bus_stop Node A small bus stop. Can be mapped more rigorously using public_transport=stop_position for the position where the vehicle stops and public_transport=platform for the place where passengers wait. See public_transport=* for more details.
Bus stop.12.svg
Bus prumyslova.jpg
highway crossing Node Pedestrians can cross a street here; e.g., zebra crossing
Zebra-crossing sm.jpg
highway elevator Node Elevator
Elevator-12.svg
240 Sparks Elevators.jpg
highway emergency_access_point Node Sign number which can be used to define your current position in case of an emergency. Use with ref=NUMBER_ON_THE_SIGN
Anfahrpunkt HP 108.jpg
highway give_way Node A "give way," or "Yield" sign
Give way.jpg
emergency phone Node A calling device can be used to tell on your current position in case of an emergency. Use with ref=NUMBER_ON_THE_SIGN
Borne SOS.jpg
highway mini_roundabout Node Similar to roundabouts, but at the center there is either a painted circle or a fully traversable island. In case of an untraversable center island, junction=roundabout should be used.

Rendered as anti-clockwise by default direction=anticlockwise. To render clockwise add the tag direction=clockwise.

Mapping-Features-Mini-Roundabout.png
Mini-roundabout.jpg
highway motorway_junction Node Indicates a junction (UK) or exit (US). ref=* should be set to the exit number or junction identifier. (Some roads – e.g., the A14 – also carry junction numbers, so the tag may be encountered elsewhere despite its name)
Mapnik-Motorway-Junction.png
Dscf0242 600.jpg
highway passing_place Node The location of a passing space
Ausweichstelle.jpg
highway rest_area Node Area Place where drivers can leave the road to rest, but not refuel.
Rendering-highway-services-mapnik.jpg
Wentworth terrain.jpg
highway speed_camera Node A fixed road-side or overhead speed camera.
Speed camera.jpg
highway street_lamp Node A street light, lamppost, street lamp, light standard, or lamp standard is a raised source of light on the edge of a road, which is turned on or lit at a certain time every night
Litpath.jpg
highway services Node Area A service station to get food and eat something, often found at motorways
Mapping Features Motorway service area.jpg
De lucht.jpg
highway stop Node A stop sign
STOP sign.jpg
highway traffic_signals Node Lights that control the traffic
Rendering-traffic singals.jpg
Ampel.jpg
highway turning_circle Node A turning circle is a rounded, widened area usually, but not necessarily, at the end of a road to facilitate easier turning of a vehicle. Also known as a cul de sac.
Mapping-Features-Turning-Circle.png
Turning circle.jpg
highway User Defined Node Way All commonly used values according to Taginfo

This table is a wiki template with a default description in English. Editable here.


Bisiklet yolu

Bu etiket öncelikle bisiklet yollarını belirlemekte kullanılır.

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
cycleway lane Way A lane is a route that lies within the roadway Cyclist mapCyclist map-Cycleway-lane.PNG Cycle trackinroad.jpg
cycleway:right cycleway:left lane Way A cycle lane only on one side of the road. Left or right depend on the direction in which the way is drawn in OpenStreetMap. Cyclist mapCyclist map-lane-right.png
cycleway opposite Way Used on ways with oneway=yes where it is permitted to cycle in both directions.

Note - such streets are common in Belgium, the Netherlands and Denmark, for example, but are rare in the UK (although they do exist): often, instead, actually the street is two-way as normal for its whole length except for the very short section past the no-entry sign at the end, where cycles are excepted from the no-entry by means of a short lane separated by an island. This is called a "cycle plug". In some places this has been represented as very short oneway Way at the end with an adjacent cycleway, forming a little triangle with the road they join to, or sometimes with a short oneway Way with cycleway=opposite_lane or opposite_track.

Cyclist mapCyclist map-Cycleway-opposite.PNG Sul bxl 01.JPG
cycleway opposite_lane Way Used on ways with oneway=yes that have a cycling lane going the opposite direction of normal traffic flow (a "contraflow" lane) Cyclist mapCyclist map-Cycleway-opposite.PNG Opposite cycle lane.jpg
cycleway track Way A track is a route that is separate from the road.+oneway=yes if needed. Cyclist mapCyclist map-Cycleway-track.PNG Cycle nexttoroad.jpg
cycleway:right cycleway:left track Way A track only on one side of the road. You can drive in both directions. Left and right depend on the direction in which the way is drawn in OpenStreetMap. Cyclist mapCyclist map-Cycleway-right.PNG
cycleway opposite_track Way Used on ways with oneway=yes that have a cycling track going the opposite direction of normal traffic flow Cyclist mapCyclist map-Cycleway-opposite.PNG 549c Spitzenkiel140923.jpg
cycleway shared Way Cyclists share space with other traffic on this highway.
cycleway share_busway Way There is a bus lane that cyclists are permitted to use. Busandbike.jpg
cycleway shared_lane Way Cyclists share a lane with motor vehicles, but there are markings indicating that they should share the lane with motorists. The road markings are usually there to highlight a cycle route or to remind drivers that you can cycle there. Also used for the on-road shared-lane marking called a "sharrow"[1]. Sharrows Toronto 2011.jpg
cycleway user defined Node Area All commonly used values according to Taginfo

This table is a wiki template with a default description in English. Editable here.


Patika

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
tracktype grade1 Way Solid.
Usually a paved or heavily compacted hardcore surface.
Mapnik-tracktype-grade1.png
Cesta od Leštiny do Lipnice nad Sázavou (2).jpg
tracktype grade2 Way Mostly solid.
Usually an unpaved track with surface of gravel mixed with a varying amount of sand, silt, and clay. See Wikipedia-16px.png Gravel road on Wikipedia.
Mapnik-tracktype-grade2.png
Surface grade2.jpg
tracktype grade3 Way Even mixture of hard and soft materials.
Almost always an unpaved track.
Mapnik-tracktype-grade3.png
Surface grade3.jpg
tracktype grade4 Way Mostly soft.
Almost always an unpaved track prominently with soil/sand/grass, but with some hard materials, or compressed materials mixed in.
Mapnik-tracktype-grade4.png
Surface grade4.jpg
tracktype grade5 Way Soft.
Almost always an unpaved track lacking hard materials, uncompacted, with surface of soil/sand/grass.
Mapnik-tracktype-grade5.png
Surface grade5.jpg
tracktype <no value> Way If no tracktype tag is present, the track is rendered with a dot-dash line style (as shown right).
Mapnik-tracktype-not-set.png
Photo not applicable

This table is a wiki template with a default description in English. Editable here.


Suyolu

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo

Natural watercourses

waterway river Way For narrow rivers which will be rendered as a line. For larger rivers see also waterway=riverbank (Other languages).
Rendering-waterway-river.png
Nau im Langenauer Ried 600x450.jpg
waterway riverbank Area Used for larger rivers in addition to waterway=river, to define an area between the opposite riverbanks. See water=river for alternative tagging.
Rendering-waterway-riverbank.png
Dscf1891-800.jpg
waterway stream Way A naturally-formed waterway that is too narrow to be classed as a river. An active, able-bodied person should be able to jump over it if trees along it aren't too thick.
Rendering-waterway-stream-mapnik.png
450px-Marshall-county-indiana-yellow-river.jpg
waterway wadi Way A natural, dry (ephemeral) riverbed that contains water only during times of heavy rain or simply an intermittent stream, in semi-arid areas. Also known as a "Wash" in the deserts of America.
It has been recommended to stop using this tag. For intermittent waterways use waterway=river/waterway=stream + intermittent=yes. For valleys natural=valley.
Rendering-waterway-wadi-mapnik.png
NahalashanS.jpg
waterway drystream Way Dry stream bed - negative forms of erosion relief formed by the activity of temporary streams.
Don't use this tag. For intermittent waterways use waterway=stream + intermittent=yes. For valleys use natural=valley.

Man made waterways

waterway canal Way An artificial open waterway used for transportation, waterpower, or irrigation.(Other languages).
Grand Union Canal.jpg
waterway drain Way An artificial waterway for carrying storm water or industrial discharge.
Example Drain.jpg
waterway ditch Way A small to moderate depression created to channel water.
Forest ditch.JPG
waterway fairway Way A navigable route in a lake or sea marked by buoys. (Note: conflicts with seamark:type=fairway)

Facilities

waterway dock Node Area An 'enclosed' area of water used for building or repairing ships.
Ship-Dock.jpg
waterway boatyard NodeArea Boat yard – a place for constructing, repairing and storing vessels out of the water.
Boatyards, Rhyll.jpg

Barriers on waterways

waterway dam Way Area A wall built across a river or stream to impound the water. A dam normally does not have water flowing over the top of it.
Amagase Dam.jpg
waterway weir Node Way A barrier built across a river, sometimes to divert water for industrial purposes. Water can still flow over the top.
Alifakovac Miljacka.jpg
waterway waterfall Node A waterfall, use in combination with natural=cliff
Waterfall near Keldur.JPG
waterway lock_gate Node To mark the position of gates at each end of a lock. Alternatively, for smaller locks use a single lock=yes node in the middle of the lock.
JesusGreenLock-Cambridge.jpg

Other features on waterways

waterway turning_point Node A place to turn the driving direction for vessels, where the boats are longer than the river/canal is wide. Use maxlength=* to denote the maximum length of the vessel.
waterway water_point Node A place to fill fresh water holding tanks of a boat.
waterway fuel Node Area A place to get fuel for boats.

Some additional attributes for waterways

intermittent yes Way Indicates that the waterway does not have a permanent flow (i.e. is sometimes/often dry).
Rendering-intermittent-river-mapnik.png
seasonal yes, spring, summer, autumn, winter, wet_season, dry_season Way Indicates that a waterway has a seasonal (yearly cyclic) flow.
Four seasons.jpg
lock yes Way (Node) A lock is used for moving boats between waterways at two different levels. Can tag either the section of the way between the gates (detailed) or just a single node in the waterway (less detailed).
JesusGreenLock-Cambridge.jpg
mooring yes, private, no Way A length of bank where boats are explicitly permitted to moor. maxstay=* should be used for timing information.
Lamanage La Rochelle.jpg
service transportation, water_power, irrigation Way A waterway=canal may have one (or more; separate with semicolons) uses.
tunnel culvert Way (Node) For streams passing under a road in culverts use tunnel=culvert+layer=-1 on the section of stream passing under the road. Don't use either of these tags for streams passing under bridges.
Culvert.jpg
waterway user defined Node Way All commonly used values according to Taginfo

This table is a wiki template with a default description in English. Editable here.

Demiryolu

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo

Tracks

railway abandoned Way The course of a former railway which has been abandoned and the track and infrastucture removed. The course may be still recognized through embankments, cuttings, bridges, tunnel and rolling or straight ways. currently not rendered by mapnik
Abbey Barn Lane Bridge, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.jpg
railway construction Way Railway under construction. Rendering-railway disused.png
Verlegen FF Rheda.jpg
railway disused Way A section of railway which is no longer used but where the track and infrastructure remains in place. See disused:railway=* for alternative tagging.
Rendering-railway disused.png
Disused railtrack 101 5351.jpg
railway funicular Way Cable driven inclined railways. In many cases they serve touristic interest, giving easy access to spectacular mountain views.
Rendering funicular.jpg
Vilnius funicular.jpg
railway light_rail Way A higher-standard tram system, normally in its own right-of-way. Often it connects towns and thus reaches a considerable length (tens of kilometer).
Pittsburgh LRT 4305 47L Gateway to Library April 2008.jpg
railway miniature Way Miniature railways are narrower than narrow gauge and carry passengers. They can be found in parks.
Mini-railway-mapnik.png
3871553552 f2204c3d83 o.jpg
railway monorail Way A railway with only a single rail. A monorail can run above the rail like in Las Vegas and Disneyland or can suspend below the rail like the Wuppertal Schwebebahn (Germany).
Monorail in Kuala Lumpur
railway narrow_gauge Way Narrow-gauge passenger or freight trains. Narrow gauge railways can have mainline railway service like the Rhaetian Railway in Switzerland or can be a small light industrial railway. Use gauge=* to specify the actual width of rails.
Rendering narrow gauge.jpg
Narrow gauge.jpg
railway preserved Way A railway running historic trains, usually a tourist attraction (changed to preserved from preserved_rail as "rail" is redundant). Using railway:preserved=yes is an alternate method to mark railway as preserved.
Railway preserved rendered.PNG
Railway preserved.jpg
railway rail Way Full sized passenger or freight trains in the standard gauge for the country or state.
Mapping-Features-Railroad-With-Station.png
LGV Est PK217.jpg
railway subway Way A city passenger rail service running mostly grade separated (see Wikipedia:rapid transit).
800px-Madrid - Estación Marqués de Vadillo - 20060910.jpg
railway tram Way One or two carriage rail vehicles, usually sharing motor road (Other languages).
Mapping-Features-Tram-With-Halt.png
Praha, Hloubětín, Lehovec, tram KT8D5.JPG

Additional features

bridge yes Way If the railway goes over a street, waterway or other railway.
Railway bridge mapnick render.jpg
Railway bridge.jpg
cutting yes Way A section where the railway is significantly lower than ground level.
Railways cutting.jpg
electrified contact_line
rail
yes
no
Way contact_line: a power line over the train head
rail: a third rail near the track supplying the train with power
yes: electrified track, but no details available
no: track with no power supply.
Overhead power lines.jpg
embankment yes Way A section where the railway is raised significantly higher than ground level.
Railway embankment.jpg
frequency number [Hz] Way The frequency with which a line is electrified. Use 0 for DC. Also see the voltage tag.
railway:track_ref number Way Track number
service siding Way Relatively short lengths of track, running parallel to (and connected to) a main route
service spur Way Relatively short lengths of track, built to give one company or entity access to a main or branch line.
service yard Way Tracks within railway company operated marshaling or maintenance yards.
tracks number Way Number of parallel tracks in close proximity when mapped as one single way representing all tracks. If not given means unknown and defaults to 1. In many parts of the world the tracks are being drawn out separately so that there is more detail, in which case this tag isn't used.
tunnel yes Way If the railway goes below ground. Should be always present on subways.
Haywards Heath tunnel.jpg
usage main
branch
freight
industrial
military
tourism
Way main line: heavy traffic
branch line: connecting places with a mainline
freight: freight service only
industrial: servicing large plants (iron, chemical etc.), surface mining, …
military: servicing military area
tourism: most mountain rails (rack-rails, funicular) and preserved railways.
voltage number Way The voltage with which a line is electrified. Also see the frequency tag.

Stations and Stops

railway halt Node A small station without switches
Rendering-railway-tram stop-mapnik.png.png
Railway halt.jpg
public_transport stop_position Node The position on the railway track where the train (its center) stops at a platform. This is useful for routing on long platforms where also short trains stop and on long platforms where multiple trains stop behind each other. See also public_transport=stop_area.
public_transport platform Node Way Area This is parallel to the rail line for showing where the actual platforms are. It is also to know where you can change platform and enter the station, so use footpaths to connect them. This is really useful for routing too. Use only if the platform is served by public transport.
Relax ... take it easy (7757527444).jpg
railway platform Way Area This is parallel to the rail line for showing where the actual platforms are. It is also to know where you can change platform and enter the station, so use footpaths to connect them. This is really useful for routing too. Use in addition to public_transport=platform.
Relax ... take it easy (7757527444).jpg
public_transport station Node Area Railway passenger only station.
Paddington Station.jpg
railway station Node Area Railway passenger and/or cargo station. Use in addition to public_transport=station.
Rendering-railway-tram stop-mapnik.png.png
Paddington Station.jpg
railway subway_entrance Node The entrance to a subway station, usually going from surface to underground.
Subway-entrance-12.svg
Madrid-metro-1.jpg
railway tram_stop Node A tram stop is a place where a passenger can embark / disembark a tram.
Rendering-railway-tram stop-mapnik.png.png
Dscf1400-600.jpg

Other railways

railway buffer_stop Node stops the train at the end of a track. see Buffer_stop. currently not rendered by mapnik
Stootblok (staal).jpg
railway derail Node a device used to prevent fouling of a rail track by unauthorized movements of trains or unattended rolling stock. See Derail_(railroad). currently not rendered by mapnik
US derail detail.JPG
railway crossing Node A point where pedestrians may cross.
Level crossing2.svg
Dscf1407-600.jpg
railway level_crossing Node A point where rails and roads cross.
Level crossing2.svg
Level crossing - Chertsey - England - 270404.jpg
landuse railway Area Ground used around railways and railway-stations. Rendering-area-landuse-industrial.png same rendering as landuse=industrial, but without border (see above)
Illustration of Rail.jpg
railway signal Node Any kind of railway signal. currently not rendered by mapnik
Zwischensignal FFM-Hoechst Schnee.jpg
railway switch Node Full Connections between railways (aka 'points'). currently not rendered by mapnik
Railway switch.JPG
railway railway_crossing Node Crossing rails with no interconnection. currently not rendered by mapnik
Railroad crossing at grade also known as a diamond.jpg
railway turntable Node Area These are used for changing the direction that part of a train is pointing in. Node: currently not rendered by mapnik

Area: Rendering-area-railway turntable-mapnik.png

Turntable of Railroad 001.jpg
railway roundhouse Area A semicircular building with many stalls for servicing engines. Without building=*: currently not rendered by mapnik

With building=*: same as building=*

5843873292 81e16dea1f z d.jpg
railway traverser Node Area These are used for changing trains between railways. Also known as transfer table. Node: currently not rendered by mapnik

Area: currently not rendered by mapnik

Schiebebuehne 01.jpg
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Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
Types of aerialway
aerialway cable_car Way [W] Cablecar or Tramway. Just one or two large cars. The traction cable forms a loop, but the cars do not loop around, they just move up and down on their own side, rolling along static cables over which they are suspended.
Aerialway gondola render.png
CH Furtschellas aerial tram.jpg
gondola Way [W] Gondola lift. Many cars on a looped cable.
Aerialway gondola render.png
Linbana kolmården cable car.jpg
chair_lift Way [W] Chairlift. Looped cable with a series of single chairs (typically seating two or four people, but can be more). Exposed to the open air (can have a bubble).
This implies oneway=yes (drawn upward). Any two-way chairlifts should be tagged oneway=no.
Chair lift rendering.png
Silver Queen Chair, CBMR.jpg
mixed_lift Way [W] Mixed lift Also known as a hybrid lift is a new type of ski lift that combines the elements of a chairlift and a gondola lift.
Cgd panoramabahn.jpg
drag_lift Way [W] Drag lift or Surface lift is an overhead tow-line for skiers and riders. A T-bar lift, button lift, or more simple looped rope drag lifts, or loops of wire with handles to grab. See also aerialway=t-bar, aerialway=j-bar, aerialway=platter and aerialway=rope_tow.
This automatically implies oneway=yes (drawn upward).
Chair lift rendering.png
T-bar lift.JPG
t-bar Way [W] T-bar lift. A type of aerialway=drag_lift.
This automatically implies oneway=yes (drawn upward).
Chair lift rendering.png
Orczyk.jpg
j-bar Way [W] J-bar lift. A type of aerialway=drag_lift. Like t-bar but just on one side.
This automatically implies oneway=yes (drawn upward).
Chair lift rendering.png
Coldspgs j bar lift.jpg
platter Way [W] Platter lift. A type of aerialway=drag_lift. Similar to a t-bar, but with a disc instead of a bar. Single-person only.
This automatically implies oneway=yes (drawn upward).
Chair lift rendering.png
Tellerliftbügel.jpg
rope_tow Way [W] Rope tow. A type of aerialway=drag_lift.
This automatically implies oneway=yes (drawn upward).
Chair lift rendering.png
Rope tow overview.jpeg
magic_carpet Way [W] Magic carpet. A type of ski lift.
This automatically implies oneway=yes (drawn upward).
Magic carpet uphill loaded P1437.jpeg
zip_line Way [W] Zip line. Simple aerial rope slides.
This automatically implies oneway=yes (drawn downward).
Zip line arival SuperFly Whistler, BC, Canada.JPG
Equipments
aerialway pylon Node [W] Aerial lift pylon is a pylon supporting the aerialway cable.
09 Sommet TS.JPG
station Node Area A station, where passengers can enter and/or leave the aerialway
WinterArmenia3.JPG
Others
aerialway canopy Way Obsolete, please use aerialway=zip_line instead.
This automatically implies oneway=yes (drawn downward).
Canopy-action.jpg
goods Way Controversial, consider other aerialway=* values in combination with foot=no and/or a usage=* key instead of this.
Aerialway goods.png
Materialseilbahn.jpg
user defined Node Way All commonly used values according to Taginfo

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Güç - Enerji

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
power plant Area Relation A place/industrial facility where power is generated. Individual generating units within the facility should be tagged as power=generator.
Area power.png
Huntly Power Station.JPG
power cable Way A way following the path of underground cables, such as the local 0.4 kV network between transformer stations, distribution boxes and cable connection points, or sea cables. Not to be confused with non-power supply cables such as cables for telecommunication. May be combined with voltage=*, circuits=* and location=*.
Power to the People - geograph.org.uk - 560240.jpg
power compensator Node Area Several kind of power devices used to insure of power quality and network resilience.
Static VAR Compensator 2a.png
power converter Node Area An HVDC converter converts electric power from high voltage alternating current (AC) to high-voltage direct current (HVDC), or vice-versa.
Pole 2 Thyristor Valve.jpg
power generator Node Area A device used to convert power from one form to another. Use in combination with generator:source=*, generator:method=* and generator:output=*. Depends on generator type
Eoliennes Gaspesie.jpg
power heliostat Node A mirror of a heliostat device.
Heliostat.jpg
power insulator Node Way A device to protect a power line from grounding on supports
Power insulator.png
power line Way A way following the path of (overground) power cables. For minor power lines with poles and not towers, you may want to use power=minor_line. Useful combinations: voltage=*, cables=* and wires=*. Please see the respective feature pages for details.
Power line.png
Electric transmission lines.jpg
power minor_line Way A way following the path of (overground) minor power cables, supported by poles and not towers/pylons. (This isn't quite so simple, as sometimes larger towers are replaced by smaller poles made with a stronger material; a better distinction might be based on voltage).
Power minor line.png
Pole3.jpg
power pole Node For single (often wooden or concrete) poles carrying medium/low voltage electricity cables.
Power pole.svg
Minor.jpg
power portal NodeWay Power supporting structure composed of vertical legs with cables between them attached to a horizontal crossarm
Power substation portal.jpg
power catenary_mast Node A catenary mast supports system of overhead wires used to supply electricity to electricaly powered vehicle equipped with a pantograph.
power substation Node Area A tag for electricity substations. These provide voltage step-up/step-down, switching, conditioning, etc. Substations may be large facilities (up to several acres) for very high voltage transmission lines or just small buildings or kiosks near the street for low voltage distribution lines. Useful combinations: voltage=*, substation=* and location=*, see the feature page for details.
Area power.png
Substation.jpg
power switch Node A tag for electricity switches which are devices which allow operators to power up & down lines and transformer in substations or outside.
French overhead power switch pole.jpg
power terminal Node Point of connection between overhead power lines to buildings or walls
Trafohaus.jpg
power tower Node For towers or pylons carrying high voltage electricity cables. Normally constructed from steel latticework but tubular or solid pylons are also commonly used. Should not be used for medium or low voltage electricity conductors carried on single wooden poles which might be tagged power=pole. See power=tower for detailed tagging of tower types.
Power-tower mapnik.png
Benkid77 Puddington-Shotwick footpath 24 110809.JPG
power transformer Node A static device for transferring electric energy by inductive coupling between its windings. Large power transformers are typically located inside substations.
Trafostation Alter Hellweg IMGP4722.jpg
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Dinlence

Node - Düğüm, Way - Yol, Area - Alan

Anahtar Değer Öğe Açıklama Örnek
leisure sports_centre Node Area Spor Merkezi  
leisure golf_course Node Area Golf sahası  
leisure stadium Node Area Stadyum  
leisure marina Node Area Liman / marina  
leisure track Node Area koşu, bisiklet v.b. parkur  
leisure water_park Node Area Su parkı  
leisure slipway Node Kayıkhane  
leisure fishing Node Area Balık avı  
leisure nature_reserve Node Area Korunmuş doğa alanı  
leisure park Node Area Park  
leisure playground Node Area Oyun alanı  
leisure garden Node Area Bahçe  
leisure common Node Area Kamuya açık genel alan  
leisure User Defined Node Area    


Olanaklar

Node - Düğüm, Way - Yol, Area - Alan

Anahtar Değer Öğe Açıklama Örnek
amenity notary Node Noter  
amenity pub Node Alkollü içki sunulan mekanlar: bar, pub, şarap evi, v.b.  
amenity biergarten Node Birahane http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biergarten  
amenity cafe Node Kahvehane, kahve evi Coffee.png
amenity restaurant Node Hızlı tüketime yönelik olmayan lokanta  
amenity fast_food Node Hızlı tüketilen gıda (hamburger, sandöviç v.b.)  
amenity parking Node Area Otopark. Tek düğüm noktası park simgesi olacak, alan imlemeleri ise renkli olarak kodlanacaktır. Mapping-Features-Parking-Lot.png
amenity bicycle_parking Node Area Bisiklet park yeri  
amenity fuel Node Akaryakıt / LPG istasyonu ... Rendering-amenity fuel.png
amenity telephone Node Umumi telefon
amenity toilets Node Umumi tuvalet. (Ücretli olabilir) Toilets.png
amenity recycling Node Geri dönüşüm noktaları (şişe, kağıt, naylon,...) Recycling.png
amenity public_building Node Area Kamuya açık bina  
amenity place_of_worship Node Camii, kilise ya da farklı tapınaklar. Unutmayınız ki religion=<din>, denomination=<mezhep> de belirleyici olarak kullanılması iyi olur. Ayrıca bkz. the article  
amenity grave_yard Node Area Küçük mezarlık. Büyük mezarlıklar için landuse=cemetery kullanılabilir.  
amenity post_office Node Postane  
amenity post_box Node Posta kutusu
Post Box.JPG
amenity school Node Area Okul ve okul bölgesi Icon-amenity school.png
amenity university Node Area Üniversite yerleşkesi ya da binaları Icon-amenity university.png
amenity college Node Area Kolej kampüsü ya da binaları College.png
amenity pharmacy Node Eczane Pharmacy nondispensing.png
amenity hospital Node Area Hastane, Poliklinik Rendering-amenity hospital.png
amenity library Node Kütüphane Rendering-amenity-library.png
amenity police Node Polis merkezi  
amenity fire_station Node İtfaiye  
amenity taxi Node Taksi durağı ya da zili  
amenity car_service Node Oto Servis  
amenity bus_station Node Otobüs terminali ya da duraklar gurubu (otobüs durağı için highway=bus_stop kullanınız)  
amenity theatre Node Tiyatro ya da opera sahnesi Theatre.png
amenity cinema Node Sinema salonu Cinema.png
amenity arts_centre Node Sanat Merkezi Palette.gif
amenity courthouse Node Adliye / Mahkeme JusticeScales.png
amenity prison Node Hapishane / Islahevi  
amenity bank Node Banka şubesi (eğer ATM varsa atm=yes etiketini ekleyiniz)  
amenity atm Node ATM / Otomatik Bankacılık Makinesi  
amenity townhall Node Area Belediye binası Townhall.png
amenity User Defined Node    


Dükkan

Node - Düğüm, Way - Yol, Area - Alan

Anahtar Değer Öğe Açıklama Örnek
shop bakery Node Ekmek ve unlu mamüller  
shop butcher Node Kasap / Şarküteri  
shop chandler Node Mum ve sabun  
shop supermarket Node Area Supermarket Rendering-amenity supermarket.png
shop User Defined Node Önerilmiş olan etiketleri görmek ya da eklemek için.  


Turizm

Node - Düğüm, Way - Yol, Area - Alan

Anahtar Değer Öğe Açıklama Örnek
tourism information Node    
tourism camp_site Node Area    
tourism caravan_site Node Area    
tourism picnic_site Node Area    
tourism viewpoint Node    
tourism theme_park Node Area    
tourism hotel Node Wikipedia:Hotel Rendering-tourism hotel.png
tourism motel Node Wikipedia:Motel  
tourism guest_house Node Wikipedia:Guest House  
tourism hostel Node Wikipedia:Hostel  
tourism attraction Node Area    
tourism zoo Node Area    
tourism User Defined Node Area    


Tarihi

Node - Düğüm, Way - Yol, Area - Alan

Anahtar Değer Öğe Açıklama Örnek
historic castle Node Kale, şato  
historic monument Node Anıt, Heykel  
historic memorial Node Heykelsiz küçük anıt  
historic museum Node Müze  
historic archaeological_site Node Area Arkeolojik kazı bölgesi  
historic icon Node İkon, ikona  
historic house_of_person Node Önemli bir kişinin yaşamış olduğu ev  
historic ruins Node Area Tarihi kalıntı  
historic User Defined Node    

See also railway=preserved for historic trains.

Arazi Kullanımı

Node - Düğüm, Way - Yol, Area - Alan

Anahtar Değer Öğe Açıklama Örnek
landuse farm Node Area Animals, vegetables, flowers, fruit growing (Other languages)  
landuse quarry Node Area Surface mineral extraction (Other languages)  
landuse landfill Node Area Place where waste is dumped upon. Other languages  
landuse basin Node Area Other languages  
landuse reservoir Node Area Stores water, may covered or uncovered ((3196) Other languages)  
landuse forest Node Area Managed forest or woodland plantation (Other languages)  
landuse allotments Node Area A piece of land given over to local residents for growing vegetables and flowers (UK)  
landuse residential Node Area Predominantly houses or apartment buildings  
landuse retail Node Area Predominantly shops  
landuse commercial Node Area Predominantly offices  
landuse industrial Node Area Predominantly workshops, factories or warehouses  
landuse brownfield Node Area Describes land scheduled for new development where old buildings have been demolished and cleared  
landuse greenfield Node Area Describes land scheduled for new development where there have been no buildings before  
landuse cemetery Node Area Place for burials. Smaller places (e.g. with a church nearby) may use amenity=grave_yard instead. Cemetery-photo.JPG
landuse village_green Node Area An area of common land, usually grass, in the centre of a village (quintessentially English - defined separately from 'common land' under the Commons Registration ACt 1965 and the Commons Act 2006)  
landuse recreation_ground Node Area An open green space for general recreation, which may include pitches, nets and so on, usually municipal but possibly also private to colleges or companies  
landuse User Defined Node Area    


Askeri

Node - Düğüm, Way - Yol, Area - Alan

Anahtar Değer Öğe Açıklama Örnek
military airfield Node Area    
military bunker Node Buildings, often build from concrete, to stand even heavier fire.  
military barracks Node Area Buildings where soldiers live and work.  
military danger_area Node Area Usually a large marked area around something like a firing range, bombing range, etc which is an exclusion zone.  
military range Node Area Where soldiers have practice with their weapons (firing, bombing, artillery, ...).  
military User Defined Node Area    


Doğal

Node - Düğüm, Way - Yol, Area - Alan

Key Value Element Comment Example
natural spring Node A place where ground water flows naturally from the ground ((hydrology, land) (3596) Other languages)  
natural peak Node top of a hill or mountain  
natural cliff Node Area Rock face  
natural scree Node Area Loose rock  
natural scrub Node Area Uncultivated land covered with bushes or stunted trees  
natural fell Node Area Bare upper lying uncultivated land principally covered with grass and often grazed.  
natural heath Node Area Bare lower lying uncultivated land with bushes but little or no tree cover.  
natural wood Node Area Natural woodland (trees)  
natural marsh Node Area waterlogged area  
natural water Node Area Lakes, etc. Always keep water on the right side of the segment and land on the left side, in relation to segment direction.  
natural coastline Node Way Area The coastline should run anti-clockwise, i.e. land on the left side and water on the right side of the segment, for it to show correctly.  
natural mud Node Area (Other languages)  
natural beach Node Area Beach: sand, gravel or pebble (Other languages)  
natural bay Node Area Bay (Other languages)  
natural land Node Area Land that exists within another area, such as a lake. (i.e an island). Keep water on the right and land on the left side in relation to segment direction. Layering may also be required  
natural User Defined Node Area    


Fiziksel Olmayan

Rota

Node - Düğüm, Way - Yol, Area - Alan

Anahtar Değer Öğe Açıklama Örnek
route bus Way    
route ferry Way    
route flight Way    
route ncn Way ncn = National Cycle Network (in the UK)  
route subsea Way    
route ski Way    
route tour Way    
route pub_crawl Way    
route User Defined Way    


Sınır

Node - Düğüm, Way - Yol, Area - Alan

Anahtar Değer Öğe Açıklama Örnek
boundary administrative Area e.g. State, county, local council (unclear how these are specified. Clarify!). Use therefore bordertype=  
boundary civil Area    
boundary political Area Electoral boundaries  
boundary national_park Area Area of outstanding natural beauty, set aside for conservation and for recreation (Other languages)  


Spor

Node - Düğüm, Way - Yol, Area - Alan

Anahtar Değer Öğe Açıklama Örnek
sport 10pin Node Area Bovling  
sport athletics Node Area Atletizm  
sport basketball Node Area Basketbol  
sport climbing Node Area Kaya tırmanma (ve kaya duvarı)  
sport cycling Node Area Bisiklet  
sport golf Node Area Golf  
sport gymnastics Node Area Jimnastik  
sport hockey Node Area Buz hokeyi  
sport horse_racing Node Area Hipodrom  
sport motor Node Area Motorlu araç yarışı  
sport multi Node Area Çoklu  
sport racquet Node Area Squash  
sport skating Node Area Buz pateni  
sport skateboard Node Area Kay-kay  
sport soccer Node Area Futbol  
sport swimming Node Area Yüzme  
sport skiing Node Area Kayak  
sport table_tennis Node Area Masa Tenisi / Pin-pon  
sport tennis Node Area Tenis kortu  


Abutters

Node - Düğüm, Way - Yol, Area - Alan

Anahtar Değer Öğe Açıklama Örnek
abutters residential Way predominantly houses and apartments  
abutters retail Way predominantly shops  
abutters industrial Way predominantly workshops, factories, warehouses Abutters-industrial.jpg
abutters commercial Way office buildings, business parks, etc.  
abutters mixed Way    


Accessories

Node - Düğüm, Way - Yol, Area - Alan

Anahtar Değer Öğe Açıklama Örnek
fenced yes/no Way    
lit yes/no Way Street lighting  


Özellikler

Node - Düğüm, Way - Yol, Area - Alan

Anahtar Değer Öğe Açıklama Örnek
area yes Area Making a closed way render solid  
bridge yes Way    
tunnel yes Way    
cutting yes Way    
embankment yes Way    
lanes Num Way Number of travel lanes in each (or only permitted) direction  
layer -5 to 5 Way This numerical tag used to be `elevation', however it got renamed due to confusion with the ele and altitude tags used by tracklog imports. layer:-1
layer:1 (not +1)
surface paved/unpaved Way    
ele Num Node Altitude (meter over sea level)  
width Num Way Width of way in metres  
est_width Num Way A rough guess of the width of way/segment in metres  
depth Num Way Area Depth in metres  
est_depth Num Way Area A rough guess of the Depth in metres  
start_date Date Way Date feature was created  
end_date Date Way Date feature was removed  


Kısıtlamalar

Node - Düğüm, Way - Yol, Area - Alan

Anahtar Değer Öğe Açıklama Örnek
access yes/private/ permissive/ unknown/no Way General access permission. 'permissive' means there is no legally-enshrined right of access, but the landowner has allowed it at his/her discretion. 'private' means access is restricted to the landowner.  
bicycle yes/private/ permissive/ unknown/no Way Access permission for bicycles. For values see above  
foot yes/private/ permissive/ unknown/no Way Access permission for pedestrians. For values see above  
goods yes/private/ permissive/ unknown/no Way Vans and trucks?? See above  
hgv yes/private/ permissive/ unknown/no Way Access permission for Heavy Goods Vehicles (UK), e.g. trucks. See above  
horse yes/private/ permissive/ unknown/no Way Access permission for horse riders. For values see above  
motorcycle yes/private/ permissive/ unknown/no Way Access permission for motorcycles. For values see above  
motorcar yes/private/ permissive/ unknown/no Way Access permission for (motor) cars. For values see above  
psv yes/private/ permissive/ unknown/no Way Access permission for Public Service Vehicles (UK), e.g. buses and coaches. See above  
motorboat yes/private/ permissive/ unknown/no Way    
boat yes/private/ permissive/ unknown/no Way    
oneway yes (or true/1)/
-1/
no (or false)
Way The permitted direction for a segment, is indicated by segment direction (enable arrows!). -1 for oneway direction opposed to segment direction.  
noexit yes Way A dead end road/cul de sac with only one access road  
date_on Date Way Date restriction starts  
date_off Date Way Date restriction stops  
day_on Day of Week Way Day restriction starts  
day_off Day of Week Way Day restriction stops  
hour_on Time Way Time restriction starts  
hour_off Time Way Time restriction stops  
maxweight Num Way Weight limit in tonnes  
maxheight Num Way height limit in metres  
maxwidth Num Way width limit in metres  
maxlength Num Way length limit in metres  
maxspeed Num Way Maximum speed in km/hr  
minspeed Num Way Minimum speed in km/hr  
toll yes Node Way Area Toll or fee must be paid to access way, see also highway=toll_booth  


Adlandırma

Node - Düğüm, Way - Yol, Area - Alan

Anahtar Değer Öğe Açıklama Örnek
name User Defined Node Way Area Ortak varsayılan ad  
int_name User Defined Node Way Area Uluslararası ad  
nat_name User Defined Node Way Area Ulusal ad  
reg_name User Defined Node Way Area Bölgesel ad  
loc_name User Defined Node Way Area Yerel ad  
old_name User Defined Node Way Area Tarihi ad  
name:lg User Defined Node Way Area Farklı dilde ad. örn. name:en=Ararat. bkz.: Bilingual_street_names  


Göndermeler

Node - Düğüm, Way - Yol, Area - Alan

Anahtar Değer Öğe Açıklama Örnek
ref User Defined Node Way Area The common default reference (eg M25)  
int_ref User Defined Node Way Area International reference (eg E30)  
nat_ref User Defined Node Way Area National reference  
reg_ref User Defined Node Way Area Regional reference  
loc_ref User Defined Node Way Area Local reference  
old_ref User Defined Node Way Area Historical reference  
ncn_ref User Defined Way The number reference (eg 54) of a National Cycle Network route. In the UK, national routes have single-or double-digit numbers with a red background on the signs. Ncn1-Cramond.JPG
rcn_ref User Defined Way The number of the regional cycle network. In the UK the regional routes have double-digit numbers with a blue background on the signs. NCN1Dalkeith-PenicuikRegional73.jpg (Sign showing both national and regional spur).
lcn_ref User Defined Way The number of the local cycle network Cycle route sign.jpg
source ref User Defined Node Way Area To record the URI, source reference (eg Landsat) or other link to physical sources.  
icao User Defined Node Way Area ICAO International airport codes  
iata User Defined Node Way Area IATA International airport codes  


Yer sınıflaması

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo

Administratively declared places

place country Node ülke
place state Node Area eyalet
place region Node Area bölge
place province Node Area See boundary=administrative, admin_level=* varies; may not be used in all countries.
place district Node Area See boundary=administrative, admin_level=* varies; may not be used in all countries.
place county Node Area Türk idari sisteminde 'ilçe'. (OSM etiketlerinde karşılığı bulunmadığı için 'il' anlamında da kullanılabilir?)
place municipality Node Area See boundary=administrative, admin_level=* varies; depending on the country a collection of arbitrary hamlets, villages and towns may form an administrative unit; sometimes members of a unit reform or join with another municipality as a result of political process. Within a municipality individual settlements are a lot less connected than those within a city, where they have grown connected over time.

Populated settlements, urban

place city Node Area büyükşehir ya da şehir (resmi adlandırma, genellikle nüfus > 100.000)
place borough Node Area See boundary=administrative, depending on the country suburbs in larger cities are often grouped into administrative units called boroughs or city districts; using the value borough avoids name confusion in countries that declare districts within their states or counties.
place suburb Node Area semt, şehrin adlandırılmış bölge ya da ilçesi. (kırsal alandaki 'ilçe' için kullanmayınız.)
place quarter Node Area A named part of a bigger settlement where this part is smaller than a suburb and bigger than a neighbourhood. This does not have to be an administrative entity.
The term quarter is sometimes used synonymously for neighbourhood.
place neighbourhood Node Area A named part of a place=village, a place=town or a place=city. Smaller than place=suburb and place=quarter.
The term quarter is sometimes used synonymously for neighbourhood, but may also stand for borough or suburb and hence is often avoided in OSM. See Wikipedia-16px.png Quarter_(urban_subdivision)
place city_block Node Area A named city block that is part of a place=city. See Wikipedia-16px.png City_block
place plot Node Area A named plot is a tract or parcel of land owned or meant to be owned by some owner.

Populated settlements, urban and rural

place town Node Area kasaba (resmi adlandırma, genellikle nüfus > 10.000)
place village Node Area köy (resmi adlandırma, genellikle nüfus < 10.000)
place hamlet Node Area mezra (köyden küçük, birkaç evlik yerleşim)
place isolated_dwelling Node Area Smallest kind of human settlement. No more than 2 households.
place farm Node Area A farm that has its own name. If the farm is not a part of bigger settlement use place=isolated_dwelling. See also landuse=farmyard
place allotments Node Area Dacha or cottage settlement, which is located outside other inhabited locality. This value is used mainly in Russia and other countries of the former Soviet Union, where a lot of such unofficial settlements exist

Other places

place continent Node Area kıta (Asya, Afrika, Kuzey Amerika, Güney Amerika, Antartika, Avrupa, Avustralya) Place-continent.png
place archipelago Relation Identifies the relation of an archipelago, which contains several islands and islets.
place island Area ada
place islet Node Area Identifies an islet (< 1 km2).
place square Node Area For a [W] square in a town (English: square, French: place, German: Platz, Italian: piazza, Spanish: plaza, Russian: площадь).
place locality Node Area üzerinde yerleşim bulunmayan ancak adlandırılmış yer, yöre
place User Defined Node Area All commonly used values according to Taginfo

Additional attributes

population Number Node Area nüfus
name Text Node Area To define the name of a place.
postal_code Text Node Way Area posta kodu
addr:postcode Text Node Way Area Some communities are using this tag on places, areas, street relations, according Karlsruhe Schema instead of 'postal_code' tag. This is not recommended, since it clashes with addressing.
reference_point yes Node Way Area Named landmarks used to identify locations (common in some countries).
is_in Text Node Way Area Kategori için kullanılır, örn. place=suburb; name=Adalar; is_in=Marmara,Istanbul,Turkey

This section is a wiki template with a default description in English. Editable here.

Notlama / Annotation

some keys are allowed with one of the following values.

Node - Düğüm, Way - Yol, Area - Alan

Anahtar Değer Öğe Açıklama Örnek
note serbest içerik Node Way Area Kendiniz ve diğer haritacılar için not. adresinde notların göründüğü bir harita var.  
description serbest içerik Node Way Area Bir tarama sistemi ya da pop-up destekleyen haritalarda görüntülenebilir bilgi..  
image URI Node Way Area Bir görüntü dosyasına atıf (Eğer görüntü bir kaynağı belirtiyorsa aşağıdaki "source_ref" anahtarını kullanınız.)  
source extrapolation Node Way Area Extension of information from a known source  
source knowledge Node Way Area Local or common knowledge  
source historical Node Way Area from out-of-copyright mapping or other historical document  
source image Node Way Area photograph or video  
source survey Node Way Area gpx track or other physical survey  
source voice Node Way Area Voice recordings, eg dictaphone  
source User Defined Node Way Area    
source_ref User Defined Node Way Area To record the URI, source reference (eg Landsat) or other link to physical sources.  
created_by User Defined Node Way Area Defined by the editor used (JOSM, applet, osmeditor, etc), mainly to deal with Utf8 errors. Should not be changed manually.