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Physical

Highway

The highway tag is the primary tag used for highways. It is often the only tag. There are conventions for its use in particular countries. See Highway tag usage and Road pages for guidance.

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
Roads
highway motorway List Mf way.png 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 motorway_link List Mf way.png The link roads (sliproads / ramps) leading to and from a motorway. Normally with the same motorway restrictions. .. Rendering-highway motorway link.png
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highway trunk List Mf way.png Important roads that aren't motorways. Typically maintained by central, not local government. Need not necessarily be a divided highway. In the UK, all green signed A roads are, in OSM, classed as 'trunk'. Rendering-highway trunk neutral.png Dscf0444 600.jpg
highway trunk_link List Mf way.png The link roads (sliproads / ramps) leading to and from a trunk road. .. Rendering-highway trunk link.png
highway primary List Mf way.png Administrative classification in the UK, generally linking larger towns. Rendering-highway primary neutral.png
highway primary_link List Mf way.png The link roads (sliproads / ramps) leading to and from a primary road.
highway secondary List Mf way.png Administrative classification in the UK, generally linking smaller towns and villages Rendering-highway secondary neutral.png Highway secondary-photo.jpg
highway tertiary List Mf way.png A "C" road in the UK. Generally for use on roads wider than 4 metres (13') in width, and for faster/wider minor roads that aren't A or B roads. In the UK, they tend to have dashed lines down the middle, whereas unclassified roads don't. Rendering-highway tertiary neutral.png Highway tertiary-photo.jpg
highway unclassified List Mf way.png No administrative classification. Unclassified roads typically form the lowest form of the interconnecting grid network.
Note: This is not a marker for roads where we still need to choose a highway tag (see highway=road).
Rendering-highway unclassified.png Highway unclassified-photo.jpg
highway road List Mf way.png A road of unknown classification. This is intended as a temporary tag to mark a road until it has been properly surveyed. Once it has been surveyed, the classification should be updated to the appropriate value.
highway residential List
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Mf way.png roads accessing or around residential areas but which are not a classified or unclassified highway. Rendering-highway residential.png Residential.jpg
highway living_street List Mf way.png a street where pedestrians have priority over cars, children can play on the street, maximum speed is low. Living street osm.png Spielstrasse.jpg
highway service List
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Mf way.png generally for access to a building, motorway service station, beach, campsite, industrial estate, business park, etc. This is also commonly used for access to parking and trash collection. Sometimes called an alley, particularly in the US. Rendering-highway service.png
highway track List
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Way roads for agricultural use, gravel roads in the forest etc.; usually unpaved/unsealed but may occasionally apply to paved tracks as well, see discussion of "tracktype" below. Rendering-highway track.png Frühlingslandschft Aaretal Schweiz.jpg
highway pedestrian List WayArea For Roads , i.e. mainly/exclusively for pedestrians /Shopping Areas. Also for tagging squares and plazas, therefore add area=yes. Pedestrian with area osm.png Calle arenal.jpg
highway services List Mf node.png A service station to get food and eat something, often found at motorways
Paths
highway path List Way A non-specific or shared-use path
highway cycleway List Mf way.png For designated cycleways, i.e. mainly/exclusively for bicycles. If pedestrians are allowed as well, you can indicate this by adding a foot=yes tag (the preferred tagging for combined cycle and footways). Cycleway osm.png Cycleway-markings.jpg
highway footway List
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Mf way.png 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. Rendering-highway footway.png Dscf0487 600.jpg
highway bridleway List Way For horses, (in the UK, these are rights of way for pedestrians, horse-riders and cyclists) Rendering-highway bridleway.png
highway byway List Way An unmade path/track which usually allows vehicles as well as foot, horse and cycle traffic (in the UK, there are byways which allow motor vehicles, and restricted byways which allow non-mechanically propelled vehicles)
highway steps List Mf way.png For flights of steps on footways Rendering-highway steps.png Steps.jpg
highway bus_guideway List Mf way.png A busway that is side guided "rails like", not suitable for other traffic. Please note: This is not a normal bus lane, use access=no, psv=yes instead!
Intersection features
highway mini_roundabout List Mf node.png Very small roundabouts only, larger ones should be junction=roundabout. In the UK, mini-roundabouts have a circular sign with a blue background, instead of the usual triangular sign

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

Mapping-Features-Mini-Roundabout.png
highway stop List Mf node.png A stop sign Stop.png
highway traffic_signals List Mf node.png Lights that control the traffic Rendering-traffic singals.jpg Icon-highway traffic signals.png
highway crossing List Mf node.png Pedestrians can cross a street here - e.g. zebra crossing Zebra-crossing sm.jpg
Barriers
highway gate List Mf node.png Gate-hindeloopen-westerdijk.jpg
highway stile List Mf node.png Allow pedestrians to cross a wall or fence KentStile.jpg
highway cattle_grid List Mf node.png Bars in the road surface that allow wheeled vehicles but not animals to cross. Sometimes known as a Texas Gate, even outside of Texas
Cattle grid.jpg
highway toll_booth List Mf node.png A road usage toll or fee is collected here Toll booth.jpg
Other features
highway incline List Mf node.png slope or hill, may encounter slow moving trucks. Corresponding proposal Proposed_features/Incline was rejected!
Icon-incline.png
highway incline_steep List Mf node.png Just as incline, only steeper. Corresponding proposal Proposed_features/Incline was rejected!
Icon-incline.png
highway ford List Mf node.png The road crosses a stream or river, vehicles must enter the water node Map feature ford.jpg
highway bus_stop List Mf node.png A small bus stop. Larger stations should be tagged as amenity=bus_station instead. Bus.gif Bus prumyslova.jpg
highway turning_circle List Mf node.png 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.
highway construction List Mf way.png For roads under construction, use with construction=* Highway construction 200805041655.png 12Jan05 04.jpg
construction User Defined Mf way.png Any linear highway object may be added, e.g. construction=motorway. Use with highway=construction
highway User Defined Mf node.png Mf way.png
Junctions
junction roundabout List Mf way.png 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
junction User Defined Mf way.png
highway motorway_junction List Mf node.png 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)
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Cycleway

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
cycleway lane List Mf way.png A lane is a route that lies within the roadway Cycle trackinroad.jpg
cycleway track List Mf way.png A track is a route that is separate from the road. Mapping-Features-Cycleway-track.PNG Cycle nexttoroad.jpg
cycleway opposite_lane List Mf way.png lane in the opposite way (a "contraflow" lane)
cycleway opposite_track List Mf way.png track in the opposite way (that is, separate from the road)
cycleway opposite List Mf way.png just permitted to cycle in the opposite way (one way street except for cycles). 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.
cycleway User Defined Mf way.png see Tagwatch site for some other common used values as well

Tracktype

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
tracktype grade1 List Mf way.png paved track or heavily compacted hardcore.
Rendering-tracktype grade1.png
Surface grade1.jpg
tracktype grade2 List Mf way.png unpaved track; surface of gravel or densely packed dirt/sand.
Surface grade2.jpg
tracktype grade3 List Mf way.png unpaved track; A mixture of hard materials and soft. Quite compact
Surface grade3.jpg
tracktype grade4 List Mf way.png unpaved track; tire marks, with plant growth in between. Mostly dirt, but some hard materials, or compressed materials mixed in.
Surface grade4.jpg
tracktype grade5 List Mf way.png unpaved track; subtle tire marks, lack of hardcore, Soft with low grip, subtle on the landscape.
Surface grade5.jpg

Waterway

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
waterway river List Mf way.png For narrow rivers which will be rendered as a line. For larger rivers see waterway=riverbank (Other languages). Rendering-waterway-river.png
Nau im Langenauer Ried 600x450.jpg
waterway riverbank List Mf area.png Used for larger rivers, to define an area between the opposite riverbanks. Rendering-waterway-riverbank.png
waterway canal List Mf way.png An artificial open waterway used for transportation, waterpower, or irrigation.(Other languages).
waterway stream List Mf way.png a naturally-forming waterway that is too thin to be classed as a river. Maybe you can just jump over it.
450px-Marshall-county-indiana-yellow-river.jpg
waterway drain List Mf way.png An artificial waterway for carrying storm water or industrial discharge.
Example Drain.jpg
waterway dock List Mf node.pngMf area.png An 'enclosed' area of water used for loading, unloading, building or repairing ships.
waterway lock_gate List Mf node.png A thing to raise/lower the water level for vessels, often found in canals.
waterway turning_point List Mf node.png A place to turn the driving direction for vessels, where the boats are longer than the river/canal is wide.
waterway boatyard List Mf node.png Boat yard - a place for constructing, repairing and storing vessels out of the water.
waterway water_point List Mf node.png A place to get fresh water e.g. for caravans.
waterway weir List
weir List
Mf node.png Mf way.png A barrier built across a river, sometimes to divert water for industrial purposes. Water can still flow over the top.
Alifakovac Miljacka.jpg
waterway dam List Mf way.png Mf area.png 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.
mooring {{{value}}} List
yes/private/no
Mf way.png A length of bank where boats are explicitly permitted to moor.
waterway User Defined Mf node.png Mf way.png

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Railway

See also landuse=railway.

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
Track
railway rail List Mf way.png Full sized passenger or freight trains in the standard gauge for the country or state Mapping-Features-Railroad-With-Station.png Train.jpg
railway tram List Mf way.png One or two carriage rail vehicles, usually sharing motor road (Other languages) Mapping-Features-Tram-With-Halt.png T14 1.JPG
railway light_rail List Mf way.png Short/light passenger trains. Metro systems.
railway subway List Mf way.png A passenger rail service running mostly underground.
railway preserved List Mf way.png A railway running historic trains, usually a tourist attraction (changed to preserved from preserved_rail as "rail" is redundant).
railway disused List Mf way.png A section of railway which is no longer used but where the track and infrastructure remains in place. See disused=yes for alternative tagging.
Disused railtrack 101 5351.jpg
railway abandoned List Mf way.png The course of a former railway which has been abandoned and the track and infrastucture removed. Designation not to be used if the feature has been turned into another use, eg cycleway.
Abandoned railway line.jpg
railway narrow_gauge List Mf way.png Narrow-gauge passenger or freight trains.
railway monorail List Mf way.png A railway with only a single rail.
Service attributes
service yard List Way Tracks within railway company operated marshalling yards
service siding List Way Relatively short lengths of track, running parallel to (and connected to) a main route
service spur List Way Relatively short lengths of track, built to give one company or entity access to the main line
Stops
railway station List Mf node.png Railway station (Other languages). Mapping-Features-Railroad-With-Station.png
Paddington Station.jpg
railway halt List Mf node.png A small station, may not have a platform, trains may only stop on request. Mapping-Features-Tram-With-Halt.png
railway tram_stop List Mf node.png A tram stop is a place where a passenger can embark / disembark a tram.
Intersections
railway crossing List Mf node.png A point where pedestrians may cross.
railway level_crossing List Mf node.png A point where rails and roads cross.
Level crossing - Chertsey - England - 270404.jpg
railway subway_entrance List Mf node.png The entrance to a subway station, usually going from surface to underground.
Madrid-metro-1.jpg
rail-related features
railway turntable List Mf node.png Mf area.png These are used for changing the direction that part of a train is pointing in.
Turntable of Railroad 001.jpg
railway User Defined Mf node.png Mf way.png

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Aeroway

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
aeroway aerodrome List Mf node.png An Aerodrome (UK), Airport (US), see also military=airfield
600px-20 airtransportation inv.svg.png
aeroway terminal List Mf node.png Mf area.png Airport passenger building
800px-Baghdadairport.jpg
aeroway helipad List Mf node.png Helicopter start/landing pad
Aeroway-helipad.png
Oryx helicopter.jpg
aeroway runway List Mf way.png A strip of land kept clear and set aside for airplanes to take off from and land on. (Other languages) Rendering-aeroway runway.png
Bogrunway.JPG
aeroway taxiway List Mf way.png Where airplanes manouevre between runways and parking areas. Rendering-aeroway taxiway.png
aeroway apron List Mf area.png A place where planes are parked. Osmarender apron.png
800px-HFX Airport 4.jpg
aeroway User Defined Mf node.png Mf way.png see Tagwatch site for some other common used values as well


Aerialway

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
aerialway cable_car List Mf way.png A cabin or gondola cable car run. This includes aerial tramways (just a pair of big cars) as well as gondolas (many cars in a looped cable) Mapping-Features-Aerialway.png
800px-CH Furtschellas aerial tram.jpg
aerialway chair_lift List Mf way.png An open chairlift run. These have a single seat to sit on and are open to the outside air. Beginners may struggle to get off them without making a fool of themselves! Chair lift rendering.png 800px-Chair lift in Bad Hofgastein Austria.jpg
aerialway drag_lift List Mf way.png An overhead tow-line for skiers and riders, known as a T-bar lift, with a T shaped bit which skiers shove between your legs. More difficult and uncomfortable for snowboarders. drag_lift would also cover more simple looped rope drag lifts, or loops of wire with handles to grab same as chair_lift
491px-Orczyk.jpg
aerialway User Defined Mf node.png Mf way.png see Tagwatch site for some other common used values as well


Power

Key Value Element Comment Render Photo
power tower List Mf node.png For towers or pylons carrying high voltage electricity cables. Normally constructed from steel latticework. Should not be used for electricity or telephone cables carried on single wooden poles. Mapnik-power.png Power-tower-ref-uk.jpg
power line List Mf way.png A way following the path of power cables. Osmarender power.png Power-tower.JPG
power sub_station List Mf node.png Mf area.png A tag for electricity sub-stations. Mapnik-power.png 800px-Transmissionsubstation.jpg
power generator List Mf node.png Mf area.png A place where power is generated. Huntly Power Station.jpg
power User Defined Mf way.png see Tagwatch site for some other common used values as well

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Man Made

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
man_made works List Mf node.png Industrial building to produce something
man_made beacon List Mf node.png Help guide navigators to their destinations
man_made survey_point List Mf node.png Triangulation pillars, geodetic vertices, and fixed equipment used by topographers (e.g. DGPS radio stations)
man_made tower List Mf node.png A tall and often lean building or structure e.g. telecoms. Also see "Historic" below.
man_made water_tower List Mf node.png A tower to store water in, usually found on hills beside or in a town
man_made gasometer List Mf node.png Gasometer in Wikipedia Gasometer.jpg
man_made reservoir_covered List Mf node.png Mf area.png
man_made lighthouse List Mf node.png Sends out a light beam to guide ships Lighthouse.png
man_made windmill List Mf node.png Windmill, mostly ancient and out of order, see also man_made=power_wind
Windmill.png
Willesbourgh Windmill, Ashford, Kent.jpg
man_made watermill List Mf node.png Mf area.png Watermill, mostly ancient and out of order
man_made pier List Mf way.png Mf area.png A "bridge into the ocean", usually for recreation
Rendering-area-man made-pier.png
man_made pipeline List Mf way.png A pipe for carrying various fluids, such as water, gas, sewage
man_made wastewater_plant List Mf node.png Mf area.png Facilities used to treat wastewater (known as sewage in some countries)
man_made crane List Mf node.png a stationary, permanent crane, such as those at docks
man_made power_wind List Mf node.png Wind generated power. Deprecated, use power=generator and power_source=wind

Use man_made=windmill for traditional windmills

Power wind.png Power wind.jpg
man_made power_hydro List Mf node.png Power generated by water. Deprecated, use power=generator and power_source=hydro)
man_made power_fossil List Mf node.png Power generated by burning fossils. Deprecated, use power=generator and power_source=*)
man_made power_nuclear List Mf node.png Nuclear power plant. Deprecated, use power=generator and power_source=nuclear)
man_made User Defined Mf node.png Mf way.png see Tagwatch site for some other common used values as well
building {{{value}}} List
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Mf area.png General tag for buildings
Rendering-area-building-yes.png

Leisure

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
leisure sports_centre List Mf node.png Mf area.png
Rendering-area-leisure-sports centre.png
leisure golf_course List Mf node.png Mf area.png The outline of a golf course. The node form may be used to place an icon within the course.
Rendering-area-leisure-golf course.png
leisure stadium List Mf node.png Mf area.png A major sports arena with substantial tiered seating
Rendering-area-leisure-stadium.png
leisure track List Mf node.png Mf area.png e.g. running, cycle-racing, greyhound, horses
Rendering-area-leisure-track.png
leisure pitch List Mf node.png Mf area.png e.g. a field for playing football/soccer, cricket, baseball sports. To describe what kind of sport(s) use sport= tag
Rendering-area-leisure-pitch.png
leisure water_park List Mf node.png Mf area.png
leisure marina List Mf node.png Mf area.png For mooring leisure yachts and motor boats
leisure slipway List Mf node.png Boats can be launched here
800px-Swanage lifeboat on its slipway 1.JPG
leisure fishing List Mf node.png Mf area.png
leisure nature_reserve List Mf node.png Mf area.png
leisure park List Mf node.png Mf area.png
Rendering-area-leisure-park.png
leisure playground List Mf node.png Mf area.png Playground for little children. Rendering-area-leisure-playground.png Children's playground-photo.jpg
leisure garden List Mf node.png Mf area.png
Rendering-area-leisure-garden.png
leisure common List Mf node.png Mf area.png An area where the public can walk anywhere (UK)
Rendering-area-leisure-common.png
leisure User Defined Mf node.png Mf way.png see Tagwatch site for some other common used values as well

Amenity

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
amenity arts_centre List Mf node.png an arts centre
Palette.gif
amenity atm List Mf node.png an ATM or cash point
amenity bank List Mf node.png a bank (for a bank that also has an ATM, use amenity=bank and atm=yes)
amenity biergarten List Mf node.png Beer garden in Wikipedia
Bierkrug32x32.png
amenity bicycle_parking List Mf node.png Mf area.png Parking for bicycles
amenity bicycle_rental List Mf node.png Rent a bicycle (only big rental networks)
amenity brothel List Mf node.png Mf area.png A brothel
amenity bureau_de_change List Mf node.png Bureau de change, Currency exchange, Wechsel, Cambio - a place to change foreign bank notes and travellors cheques
Bureau de change.png
amenity bus_station List Mf node.png Mf area.png Bus Station (this is a big station, a bus stop is highway=bus_stop)
amenity cafe List Mf node.png a cafe
Coffee.png
amenity car_rental List Mf node.png Mf area.png Rent a car
amenity car_sharing List Mf node.png Mf area.png Share a car
amenity cinema List Mf node.png a cinema
Cinema.png
amenity college List Mf node.png Mf area.png a College campus or buildings Mf node.png : College.png
Mf area.png : Rendering-area-amenity-college.png
amenity courthouse List Mf node.png a place where justice is dispensed
JusticeScales.png
amenity crematorium List Mf node.png Mf area.png
amenity drinking_water List Mf node.png A source of drinking water, e.g. for canal boats or RVs.
amenity fast_food List Mf node.png Fast Food Restaurant
amenity fire_station List Mf node.png A Fire station
amenity fountain List Mf node.png Mf area.png A fountain for cultural / decorational / recreational purposes.
amenity fuel List Mf node.png Petrol station; gas station; marine fuel; ... Streets to petrol stations are often tagged highway=service.
Rendering-amenity fuel.png
Preem Karlskrona.jpg
amenity grave_yard List Mf node.png Mf area.png A (smaller) place of burial, often you'll find a church nearby. Large places should be landuse=cemetery instead.
amenity hospital List Mf node.png Mf area.png
Rendering-amenity hospital.png
amenity library List Mf node.png A public library (municipal, university, ...) to borrow books from.
Rendering-amenity-library.png
amenity nightclub List Mf node.png a nightclub
Nightclub.png
amenity parking List Mf node.png Mf area.png Car Park. Nodes and areas (without access tag) will get a parking symbol. Areas will be colored. Streets on car parking are often tagged highway=service Mapping-Features-Parking-Lot.png
amenity pharmacy List Mf node.png Pharmacy
dispensing=yes
dispensing=no or omitted
Pharmacy dispencing.png : dispensing="yes"
Pharmacy nondispensing.png : dispensing="no" or omitted
amenity place_of_worship List Mf node.png A church, mosque, or temple, etc. Note that you also need religion=*, usually denomination=* and preferably name=* as well as amenity=place_of_worship. See the article for details.
Mapping-Features-Church.png
amenity police List Mf node.png A Police station
amenity post_box List Mf node.png Alternative mail-carriers can be tagged via operator=*
Amenity-post box.png
Post Box.JPG
amenity post_office List Mf node.png
Amenity-post office.png
amenity prison List Mf node.png a prison
amenity pub List Mf node.png A place selling beer and other alcoholic drinks; may also provide food or accommodation (UK)
Amenity-pub.png
amenity public_building List Mf node.png Mf area.png
amenity recycling List Mf node.png recycling facilities (bottle banks etc.)
Recycling.png
amenity restaurant List Mf node.png Restaurant (not fast food)
amenity school List Mf node.png Mf area.png school and grounds Mf node.png : Icon-amenity school.png
Mf area.png : Rendering-area-amenity-school.png
amenity studio List Mf node.png TV radio or recording studio
Studio.png
amenity taxi_point List Mf node.png Mf area.png A place where taxis wait for passengers.
amenity telephone List Mf node.png Public telephone
amenity theatre List Mf node.png a theatre or opera house
Theatre.png
Royal Opera House - Floral Hall - Bow Street - London - 240404.jpg
amenity toilets List Mf node.png Public toilets (might require a fee)
Toilets.png
amenity townhall List Mf node.png Mf area.png A town hall building, regardless of whether it is currently used for administrative purposes
Townhall.png
amenity university List Mf node.png Mf area.png a University campus or buildings Mf node.png : Icon-amenity university.png
Mf area.png : Rendering-area-amenity-university.png
amenity waste_disposal List Mf node.png A place where canal boaters, caravaners etc. can dispose of rubbish (trash/waste).
amenity User Defined Mf node.png Mf way.png see Tagwatch site for some other common used values as well

Shop

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
shop page=queryinmap|key=shop|value=supermarket|typ=points-areas Mf node.png Mf area.png Supermarket Rendering-amenity supermarket.png
shop convenience List Mf node.png Convenience Store - a small local store usually selling a small selection of food items plus things like simple first aid, household, stationary and car items
shop bakery List Mf node.png boulangerie
shop butcher List Mf node.png Selling meat
shop bicycle List Mf node.png A shop that sells bicycles, bicycle equipment and may rent or repair them
shop doityourself List Mf node.png A shop that sells tools and supplies to do-it-yourself householders, gardening, ...
shop dry_cleaning List Mf node.png A shop or kiosk offering a clothes dry cleaning service. The actual cleaning may be done elsewhere.
shop hifi List Mf node.png A shop that sells High Fildelity or High End environment to listen music or watch films at home
shop kiosk List Mf node.png Mf area.png A small shop on the pavement that sells magazines, tobacco, newspapers, sweets and stamps.
Kiosk germany.jpg
shop laundry List Mf node.png A shop to get your normal clothes washed. Might be self service coin operated, with service staff for drop off, ...
shop outdoor List Mf node.png A shop that sells camping, walking, climbing, fishing and other outdoor sports equipment (and GPSes)
shop trumpet List Mf node.png A shop that sells instruments to hand made music like guitars, drums or saxophones as well as microphones, mixers and amplifiers
shop User Defined Mf node.png Feel free to use/invent values suitable for your country, a small global set is also being developed for ease of rendering and searching. See Tagwatch site for some other common used values as well

Tourism

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
tourism chalet List
chalet List
Mf node.png Mf area.png
tourism information List Mf node.png
tourism hotel List Mf node.png Wikipedia:Hotel
Rendering-tourism hotel.png
Hcom 1097758 7 b.jpg
tourism motel List Mf node.png Wikipedia:Motel
tourism guest_house List Mf node.png Wikipedia:Guest House
tourism hostel List Mf node.png Wikipedia:Hostel
Tourism-hostel.png
453px-YouthHostelRome.jpg
tourism camp_site List Mf node.png Mf area.png A place where you can pitch a tent
Icon-tourism camp site.png
Campsite.jpg
tourism caravan_site List Mf node.png Mf area.png A place where you can park a caravan overnight or for longer periods
tourism picnic_site List Mf node.png Mf area.png A place where you can have an outdoor picnic. May have facilities such as tables and benches.
tourism viewpoint List Mf node.png A place, often high, with a good view of surrounding countryside or notable buildings, lookout. Sometimes called a vista point or scenic area/point.
tourism theme_park List Mf node.png Mf area.png
Theme park.jpg
tourism attraction List Mf node.png Mf area.png
Rendering-area-tourism-attraction.png
tourism zoo List Mf node.png Mf area.png zoological garden
tourism artwork List Mf node.png Mf way.png Mf area.png A tag for public pieces of art.
tourism museum List Mf node.png Mf area.png see Other languages
tourism User Defined Mf node.png Mf area.png See Tagwatch site for some other common used values as well

Historic

See also railway=preserved for historic trains.

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
historic castle List Mf node.png Other languages
historic monument List Mf node.png An object, especially large and made of stone, built to remember and show respect to a person or group of people. Other languages
historic memorial List Mf node.png Much like a monument, but smaller. Might range from a WWII memorial to a simple plate on a wall.
CIMG4191.JPG
historic archaeological_site List Mf node.png Mf area.png Excavation place for ancient remains
historic ruins List Mf node.png Mf area.png Remains of a castle or alike, usage was abandoned
historic battlefield List Mf node.png Mf area.png The site of a battle or military skirmish in the past. this could be on land or at sea.
historic wreck List Mf node.png Mf area.png Nautical craft that has unintentionally been sunk or destroyed.
WreckIcon.png
LovilleWreckRedsea.jpg
historic User Defined Mf node.png Mf area.png See Tagwatch site for some other common used values as well


Landuse

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
landuse farm List Mf node.png Mf area.png Animals, vegetables, flowers, fruit growing (Other languages)
Landuse-farm.png
landuse quarry List Mf node.png Mf area.png Surface mineral extraction (Other languages)
landuse landfill List Mf node.png Mf area.png Place where waste is dumped upon. Other languages
landuse basin List Mf node.png Mf area.png Other languages
Landuse-basin.png
landuse reservoir List Mf node.png Mf area.png Stores water, may covered or uncovered (Other languages)
Landuse-reservoir.png
landuse forest List Mf node.png Mf area.png Managed forest or woodland plantation (Other languages). See also natural=wood.
Landuse-forest.png
landuse allotments List Mf node.png Mf area.png A piece of land given over to local residents for growing vegetables and flowers (UK).
Landuse-allotments.png
landuse residential List Mf node.png Mf area.png Predominantly houses or apartment buildings
Rendering-area-landuse-residential.png
landuse retail List Mf node.png Mf area.png Predominantly shops
Landuse-retail.png
landuse commercial List Mf node.png Mf area.png Predominantly offices
Landuse-commercial.png
landuse industrial List Mf node.png Mf area.png Predominantly workshops, factories or warehouses
Landuse-industrial.png
landuse brownfield List Mf node.png Mf area.png Describes land scheduled for new development where old buildings have been demolished and cleared
Landuse-brownfield.png
landuse grass List Mf node.png Mf area.png For areas covered with grass.
landuse greenfield List Mf node.png Mf area.png Describes land scheduled for new development where there have been no buildings before
landuse railway List Mf area.png Area for railway use, generally off-limits to the general public
landuse construction List Mf node.png Mf area.png "Under construction" site, should become something different once the construction is finished
landuse military List Mf node.png Mf area.png For land areas owned/used by the military for whatever purpose
landuse cemetery List Mf node.png Mf area.png Place for burials. You can add religion=* (values listed in the {{User:Kolossos/Tag|page=queryinmap|key=amenity|value=place of worship|place of worship page]]). Smaller places (e.g. with a church nearby) may use amenity=grave_yard instead.
Landuse-cemetery.png
Cemetery-photo.JPG
landuse village_green List Mf node.png Mf area.png 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-village green.png
landuse recreation_ground List Mf node.png Mf area.png 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-recreation ground.png
landuse religious List Mf node.png Mf area.png The area used for religious purposes, often surrounding an amenity=place_of_worship (mosques, churches, cathedrals, synagogues, temples, etc.).
landuse User Defined Mf node.png Mf area.png See Tagwatch site for some other common used values as well

Military

See also landuse=military.

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
military airfield List Mf node.png Mf area.png A place where military planes take off and land
military bunker List Mf node.png page=queryinmap|key=bunker_type=pillbox | WW2 pillboxes]].
Pillbox at Curzon Bridges (South) cropped.jpg
military barracks List Mf node.png Mf area.png Buildings where soldiers live and work. Key military.JPG
military danger_area List Mf node.png Mf area.png Usually a large marked area around something like a firing range, bombing range, etc which is an exclusion zone.
military range List Mf node.png Mf area.png Where soldiers have practice with their weapons (firing, bombing, artillery, ...).
military naval_base List Mf node.png Mf area.png A naval base
military User Defined Mf node.png Mf area.png See Tagwatch site for some other common used values as well

Natural

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
natural spring List Mf node.png A place where ground water flows naturally from the ground ((hydrology, land) (3596) Other languages)
natural peak List Mf node.png top of a hill or mountain (summit)
Peak.png
Peak.jpg
natural glacier List Mf node.png Mf area.png Areas (or peaks) covered with ice throughout the year
Glacier.jpg
natural volcano List Mf node.png A volcano, either dormant, extinct or active
natural cliff List Mf node.png Mf way.png Mf area.png Rock face
natural scree List Mf node.png Mf area.png Loose rock
natural scrub List Mf node.png Mf area.png Uncultivated land covered with bushes or stunted trees
Rendering-area-natural-scrub.png
natural fell List Mf node.png Mf area.png Bare upper lying uncultivated land principally covered with grass and often grazed.
natural heath List Mf node.png Mf area.png Bare lower lying uncultivated land with bushes but little or no tree cover.
Rendering-area-natural-heath.png
natural wood List Mf node.png Mf area.png Natural woodland (trees). See also landuse=forest.
Rendering-area-natural-wood.png
natural marsh List Mf node.png Mf area.png waterlogged area (on Wikipedia)
natural water List Mf node.png Mf area.png Lakes, etc.
Rendering-area-natural-water.png
natural coastline List Mf node.png Mf way.png Mf area.png The coastline should run clockwise around water and anti-clockwise around land, i.e. land on the left side and water on the right side of the way (that is, according to the sequence of nodes in the way), for it to show correctly. As the sole exception coastlines do not have to form closed ways, they merely have to connect up (head to tail) to form complete closed polygons.
Rendering-area-natural-coastline.png
natural mud List Mf node.png Mf area.png (Other languages)
natural beach List Mf node.png Mf area.png Beach: sand, gravel or pebble (Other languages)
Rendering-area-natural-beach.png
Beach.jpg
natural bay List Mf node.png Mf area.png Bay (Other languages)
natural land List Mf node.png Mf area.png 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 sequence of nodes in the Way. Layering may also be required. See Relations/Multipolygon for islands in lakes
Rendering-area-natural-land.png
natural cave_entrance List Mf node.png Mf area.png The entrance to a cave.
natural User Defined Mf node.png Mf area.png See Tagwatch site for some other common used values as well

Non Physical

Route

See Relations/Routes for another way how to tag routes. Cycle_routes explains how to tag cycle routes

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
route bus List Way The route a public bus takes
route ferry List Way The route a ferry takes from terminal to terminal
Ferry route mapnik.png
route flight List Way
route subsea List Way
route ski List Way
route tour List Way
route pub_crawl List Way (UK/US) An (unofficial!) route connecting a series of pubs according to some pre-arranged plan or theme
route User Defined Node Area See Tagwatch site for some other common used values as well

Boundary

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
boundary administrative List Area e.g. State, county, local council (unclear how these are specified. Clarify!). Use therefore border_type=*
Rendering-area-boundary-administrative.png
boundary civil List Area
boundary political List Area Electoral boundaries
boundary national_park List Area Area of outstanding natural beauty, set aside for conservation and for recreation (Other languages)



Sport

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
sport * List
* List
Node Area all kinds of sport
sport 10pin List Node Area 10-pin Bowling
sport athletics List Node Area
sport australian_football List Node Area
sport baseball List Node Area
sport basketball List Node Area
sport boules List Node Area The different variations of this sport can be specified by also adding a type=* tag. Values for this type=* tag are e.g.: petanque, lyonnaise, extreme, ...
sport bowls List Node Area Lawn bowls (on Wikipedia)
sport canoe List Node Area canoe (on Wikipedia)
Canoe.gif
sport climbing List Node Area Rock climbing - natural or articial climbs (climbing walls)
sport cricket List Node Area
sport cricket_nets List Node Area Cricket nets for practise
sport croquet List Node Area
sport cycling List Node Area
sport dog_racing List Node Area
sport equestrian List Node Area
sport football List Node Area (Clarification is needed here; does this refer to the game known as "soccer" in North America, or to something like American/Canadian football? Given that sport=soccer is also listed, I'm inclined towards the latter interpretation... Dshpak 23:10, 4 August 2007 (BST)). A less ambiguous way would be to use the true (internationally recognised) names for these sports, i.e. Association Football, Rugby Union Football, American Football, Rugby League Football, Australian Rules Football, FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association), etc.
sport golf List Node Area for golf courses, use leisure=golf_course
Sport-golf.png
sport gymnastics List Node Area
sport hockey List Node Area
sport horse_racing List Node Area
sport motor List Node Area
sport multi List Node Area
sport pelota List Node Area (pelota on Wikipedia)
sport racquet List Node Area
sport rowing List Node Area (rowing on Wikipedia)
sport rugby List Node Area
sport shooting List Node Area outdoor or indoor shooting range
sport skating List Node Area
sport skateboard List Node Area
sport soccer List Node Area
Sport-soccer.png
sport swimming List Node Area
Sport-swimming.png
sport skiing List Node Area
sport table_tennis List Node Area
sport team_handball List Node Area (Team) handball on Wikipedia
sport tennis List Node Area Tennis courts
Sport-tennis.png
sport orienteering List Node Orienteering club or centre

Abutters

This key applies to ways only when, for instance, aerial views are not available. See landuse=* for areas.

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
abutters residential List Way predominantly houses and apartments
abutters retail List Way predominantly shops
abutters industrial List Way predominantly workshops, factories, warehouses Abutters-industrial.jpg
abutters commercial List Way office buildings, business parks, etc.
abutters mixed List Way where there is no clear predominance, for example mixed shops and residences in an inner city ring

Accessories

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
fenced yes List
no List
Way
lit yes List
no List
Way Street lighting


Properties

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
area yes List Area Making a closed way render solid
bridge [1] List
{{{value}}} List
yes/aqueduct/viaduct/swing/...
Way Node A bridge, use together with the layer tag. Value "yes" is generic, or you can specialize. Mapping-Features-Road-Bridge.png
tunnel [2] List Way A tunnel, use together with the layer tag. Mapping-Features-Road-Tunnel.png
mountain_pass [3] List Node The highest point of a mountain pass.
cutting yes List Way A cut in the land to carry a road or tram. Mostly in hilly landscape. Source Picture
embankment yes List Way A raised bank to carry a road, railway, or canal across a low-lying or wet area. Source
lanes [4] List
replace it by Number
Way Total number of physical travel lanes making up the way. For a divided highway represented by two separate ways, each way will have a number of physical lanes
layer [5] List
replace it by-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.
0: ground; -1:under ground layer; 1 (not +1):above ground layer
surface paved List
{{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
Way Apply to all types of highways. If the tag is not present, it is assumed surface=paved, excepted for highway=footway. (sealed/unsealed outside UK).
ele [6] List
replace it by Number
Node Altitude (meter over sea level)
width [7] List
replace it by Number
Way Width of way in metres
est_width [8] List
replace it by Number
Way A rough guess of the width of way in metres
depth [9] List
replace it by Number
Way Area Depth in metres
est_depth * List
replace it by Number
Way Area A rough guess of the Depth in metres
start_date * List
replace it by Date
Way Date feature was created
end_date * List
replace it by Date
Way Date feature was removed
operator * List
{{{value}}} List
replace it by operator name
Node Way Area The operator tag can be used to name a company or corporation who's responsible for a certain object or who operates it.
opening_hours * List
24/7 ; m d hh:mm
Node Way opening_hours describes when something is open or closed. Pharmacy dispencing 24.png
disused yes List Node Way Area For features that are useful for navigation, yet are unused or abandoned.

Restrictions

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
access yes List
designated List

private List
permissive List
destination List
unknown List
no List

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.
Access.png
bicycle yes List
designated List

private List
permissive List
destination List
unknown List
no List

Way Access permission for bicycles. For values see above
Bicycle.png
foot yes List
designated List

private List
permissive List
destination List
unknown List
no List

Way Access permission for pedestrians. For values see above
Foot.png
goods yes List
designated List

private List
permissive List
destination List
unknown List
no List

Way Access permission for light commercial vehicles (LCV) or goods vehicles of category N1 with a maximum allowed mass of up to 3.5 tonnes. For values see above
Hgv.png
hgv yes List
designated List

private List
permissive List
destination List
unknown List
no List

Way Access permission for Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGV) (UK), e.g. for goods vehicles of category N2 and N3 (trucks, lorries) with a maximum allowed mass over 3.5 tonnes. For values see above
Hgv.png
horse yes List
designated List

private List
permissive List
destination List
unknown List
no List

Way Access permission for horse riders. For values see above
Horse.png
motorcycle {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List

{{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List

Way Access permission for motorcycles. For values see above
Motorcycle.png
motorcar {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List

{{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List

Way Access permission for (motor) cars. For values see above
Car.png
psv {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List

{{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List

Way Access permission for Public Service Vehicles (UK), e.g. buses and coaches. See above
Bus.png
motorboat {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List

{{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List

Way
boat {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List

{{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List

Way
oneway {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
Way The permitted direction for a way is indicated by sequential order of nodes within the way (enable arrows in JOSM!). -1 for oneway direction opposite to the sequence of nodes. Concept example
noexit {{{value}}} List Way A dead end road/cul de sac with only one access road
Noexit.png
date_on {{{value}}} List
replace it by Date
Way Date restriction starts
date_off {{{value}}} List
replace it by Date
Way Date restriction stops
day_on {{{value}}} List
replace it by Day of Week
Way Day restriction starts
day_off {{{value}}} List
replace it by Day of Week
Way Day restriction stops
hour_on {{{value}}} List
replace it by Time
Way Time restriction starts
hour_off {{{value}}} List
replace it by Time
Way Time restriction stops
maxweight {{{value}}} List
replace it by Number
Way Weight limit in tonnes
Maxweight.png
maxheight {{{value}}} List
replace it by Number
Way height limit in metres
Maxheight.png
maxwidth {{{value}}} List
replace it by Number
Way width limit in metres
Maxwidth.png
maxlength {{{value}}} List
replace it by Number
Way length limit in metres
Maxlength.png
maxspeed {{{value}}} List
replace it by Number
Way Maximum speed in km/h
Maxspeed.png
minspeed {{{value}}} List
replace it by Number
Way Minimum speed in km/h
Minspeed.png
maxstay {{{value}}} List
replace it by Number
Way Maximum stay, in units given (hour/hours/day/days)
disused {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
Node Way Area For features that are useful for navigation, yet are unused or abandoned.
toll {{{value}}} List Way Toll or fee must be paid to access way, see also highway=toll_booth

Naming

Name

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
name {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
replace it by Name
Node Way Area The common default name. (Note: For disputed areas, please use the name as displayed on e.g. street signs for the name tag. Put all alternatives into either localized name tags (e.g. name:tr/name:el) or the variants (e.g. loc_name/old_name). Thank you.)
int_name {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
replace it by Name
Node Way Area International name
nat_name {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
replace it by Name
Node Way Area National name
reg_name {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
replace it by Name
Node Way Area Regional name
loc_name {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
replace it by Name
Node Way Area Local name
old_name {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
replace it by Name
Node Way Area Historical name
name:lg {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
replace it by language and name
Node Way Area Name in different language eg. name:fr=Londres. See: Bilingual_street_names

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References

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
ref {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
replace it by Name
Node Way Area The common default reference (eg M25, in Germany always with space eg A 5)
int_ref {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
replace it by Name
Node Way Area International reference (eg E 30)
nat_ref {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
replace it by Name
Node Way Area National reference
reg_ref {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
replace it by Name
Node Way Area Regional reference
loc_ref {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
replace it by Name
Node Way Area Local reference
old_ref {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
replace it by Name
Node Way Area Historical reference
ncn_ref {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
replace it by Name
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 {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
replace it by Name
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 {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
replace it by Name
Way The number of the local cycle network Cycle route sign.jpg
source_ref {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
replace it by Name
Node Way Area To record the URI, source reference (eg Landsat) or other link to physical sources.
icao {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
replace it by Name
Node Way Area ICAO International airport codes
iata {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
replace it by Name
Node Way Area IATA International airport codes

Places

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
place {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
Node Area One of the continents: Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Antarctica, Europe, Australia
(from largest in size to smallest)
place {{{value}}} List Node country (on areas and ways, border_type=nation is used instead)
place {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
Node Area state
place {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
Node Area region
place {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
Node Area county
place {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
Node Area As defined by national/state/provincial government. Often over 100,000 people
place {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
Node Area As defined by national/state/provincial government. Generally smaller than a city, between 10,000 and 100,000 people
place {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
Node Area
place {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
Node Area As defined by national/state/provincial government. Generally smaller than a village, just a few houses
place {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
Node Area Named area of town or city. Often a suburb is its own municipality, with separate government, and should be tagged as such.
place {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
Node Area An unpopulated, named place.
place {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
Node Area identifies an island (see also natural=land)

See OSM_tags_for_routing for the guideline to automatic interpretation of this tag.

See also the FAQ for a description how to use areas and nodes when tagging a place.


Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
place_name {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
Area Only for areas. For nodes use 'name' instead (see Notes). It may do no harm to use both, though.
place_numbers {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
Node Way Area For property numbers
postal_code {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
Node Way Area The postal code
is_in {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
Node Way Area For categorisation - for example place=suburb; name=Eccleshall; is_in=Sheffield,South Yorkshire,England,UK
population {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
Node Area Number of inhabitants of the place. Among other things, it might be used in selecting which name to render at a given zoom level at what font size.

Annotation

some keys are allowed with one of the following values.

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
note {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
Node Way Area A note to yourself or to other mappers. There is a map where you can view notes
description {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
Node Way Area Text that might be viewable to the end user (perhaps using a search system or a map with pop-ups).
image {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
Replace it by URI
Node Way Area Reference to an image (use the "source_ref" key below when the image is referencing the source of the element).
source {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
Node Way Area Extension of information from a known source
source {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
Node Way Area Local or common knowledge
source {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
Node Way Area from out-of-copyright mapping or other historical document
source {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
Node Way Area photograph or video
source {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
Node Way Area gpx track or other physical survey
source {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
Node Way Area Voice recordings, eg dictaphone
source {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
replace it by source
Node Way Area
source_ref {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
replace it by source_ref
Node Way Area To record the URI, source reference (eg Landsat) or other link to physical sources.

Editor keys

These keys are set by the editor (usually JOSM or Potlatch) and are not intended to be changed manually.

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
created_by {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
Node Way Area Identifies the editing software which carried out this edit.
history {{{value}}} List
{{{value}}} List
Node Way Area Used to identify a way that has been recovered from an earlier version.


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