|Classification of types / designs of cycle barriers|
|Used on these elements|
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This key describes the layout of the grid elements of a cycle barrier. To describe whether such a barrier can be opened or removed (to allow the passage of e.g. emergency services or winter road maintenance), use cycle_barrier:installation=*.
To determine the passability of cycle barriers more precisely, precise size measurements can be added. Which of these are necessary depends on the type/design of the barrier. The following table shows these dimensions depending on the type/design of the cycle barrier.
|cycle_barrier=*||Picture||Schematic illustration||Description||Dimensions necessary to determine passability|
|single||A barrier across the path with a passage where you don't have to go around a chicane.||maxwidth:physical=*|
|double||A chicane barrier across the path formed by two barriers/bars one behind the other.||spacing=*|
opening=* (only the smallest of the two)
|triple||A barrier across the path shaped as a multiple chicane, usually formed by three barriers/bars in a row.||spacing=* (only the smallest of the two)|
opening=* (only the smallest of the three)
overlap=* (only the widest of the two, if different)
|diagonal||Barrier whose bars/elements are arranged at an angle and can - depending on the spacing of the bars/elements - therefore often be passed more easily and with less loss of speed, e.g. with bicycles.||maxwidth:physical=* is usually sufficient.|
Use deflection=* to indicate the angle (in degrees) you have to deflect from the direction of travel/line of the path to pass through the barrier.
|squeeze||Vertically arranged barrier elements that allow a rather narrow passage.||maxwidth:physical=*, measured at a height of 1 m (= about the height of a bicycle handlebar). Consider using both tilt=* indicating the tilting angle of the barrier elements and height=* for their maximum height to derive the widths at different heights.|