|Defines the oneway rules for cyclists. Commonly used to mark a one-way street available for cyclists in both directions|
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|Documented values: 1|
|Status: de facto|
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Defines the oneway rules for cyclists. oneway:bicycle=no denotes that cyclists may use a one-way street in both directions. If it is not set, the default assumption is that the oneway=* rule for cyclists is identical to those for other modes of transport.
oneway:bicycle=no is tagged when it is indicated by a sign or markings on the street to the same effect (such as bicycle pictograms in contra-flow direction).
Additionally, a oneway street that has a cycleway going in its contra-flow direction and thus enabling cyclists to use this street in both directions, oneway:bicycle=no is tagged. This however only applies if such a cycleway has been mapped as a property on the oneway street itself (e.g. cycleway:left=track or cycleway=opposite_track), not if the cycleway has been mapped as a separate way via highway=cycleway.
- cycleway=opposite_lane or the significantly less popular for that purpose / cycleway:right=lane / cycleway:both=lane - if there is a bicycle lane
- oneway:bicycle=no + cycleway:left=track / cycleway:right=track / cycleway:both=track or the significantly less popular cycleway=opposite_track - if there is a bicycle track
- oneway:moped=* and oneway:mofa=*
- Conditional restrictions - the general tagging framework of which this key is a special case.
- ↑ cycleway=opposite_lane is used solely for tagging contraflow lane and has 8 652 uses, cycleway:left=lane is used just 2535 times on roads marked with oneway:bicycle=no - data as of 2020-09-07
- ↑ See Talk:Key:oneway:bicycle#Statistics for numbers on popularity