|highway = bridleway|
イングランドとウェールズ: Public bridleways
Many bridleways in England and Wales are rights of way, legally designated as "Public bridleways". This gives a right to travel on foot or horseback. Cyclists are also permitted (by Countryside Act of 1968) unless subject to orders made by local authority. Usually bridleways are signed "no cycles" where this is the case and a reasonable default assumption is that cycles are permitted where not explicitly prohibited. There is no obligation to ensure suitability for use by bicycle.
ドイツ: Public ways vs. forests/farmland
In Germany, bridleways on public land is regulated by the traffic code (Straßenverkehrsordnung). The blue sign StVO 238 designates a way for riding only. Thus using by pedestrians, bicycles and motor vehicles is excluded, as long as no special permission is given by additional signage.
On the other hand, in forests and on farmland the access is regulated in individual law in the federal states. Often, riding is generally prohibited in forests, and only allowed individually on particular ways. This would be posted, e.g., on small signs along these ways.
Thus, as usage for riding is a subordinated aspect on such forestry ways, they should not be tagged as 'bridleways', but instead as highway=track, if they can be used by two-track (forestry) vehicles, otherwise as highway=path. In addition, the access by horse is given with the tag horse=yes. Further details of the state-specific regulation can be found on the respective German Wikipedia page
- 別な access=* の既定値については、 Access-Restrictions を参照してください
- 乗馬ルートについては、 route=horse および network=* タグをつけた経路リレーションを参照してください。