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Chiar dacă în mod intenționat OpenStreetMap nu impune restricții asupra conținutului "Cheilor" și a "Valorilor" acestora, este utilă o convenție uniformă la care să adere editorii. Scopul aceastei pagini este de a oferi câteva sugestii sau reguli în acest sens.

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Rândurile tabelelor sunt ordonate după următoarele criterii: 1. relevanță, 2. tematică, 3. ordine alfanumerică.

Date Geofizice

Drumuri

highway este eticheta (tag-ul) folosit cel mai mult pentru drumuri. Foarte frecvent este singura etichetă. Există diverse convenții de folosire a acesteia, dependent de țară. A se vedea paginile despre metodele de utlizare a etichetei highway și despre drumuri.

Cheie Valoare Element Descriere Randare Poză

Drumuri rutiere și pietonale

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

highway motorway way Autostradă - drumul național de mare capacitate și viteză, semnalizat special, rezervat exclusiv circulației autovehiculelor, cu sau fără remorci, care nu servește proprietății riverane, prevăzut cu două căi unidirecționale, separate printr-o zonă mediană sau, în mod excepțional, prin alte modalități, cu excepția unor locuri speciale sau cu caracter temporar, având cel puțin două benzi de circulație pe sens și banda de urgență, intersecții denivelate și accese limitate, intrarea și ieșirea fiind permise numai prin locuri special amenajate; Conform regulamentului de circulație rutieră din România acest drum incepe cu semnul CH-Hinweissignal-Autobahn.svg.
Rendering-highway motorway neutral.png
  • Morgendlicher Berufsverkehr auf der BAB A8 beim Kreuz Stuttgart - panoramio.jpg
highway trunk way Drum important parte din rețeaua natională principală de drumuri. În România, highway=trunk se folosește pentru orice drum național parte din culoar european sau drumurile express (care nu există în România); pe lângă indicativul de drum național (alb pe fundal roșu) RO Roadsign 1.png are și plăcuțe de forma Norwegian-road-sign-723.11.svg Tag-ul ref=* va fi de forma DNn, DNnn sau DNnnx (n=0-9, x=A-Z), în timp ce tagul int_ref=* va fi de forma Enn sau Ennn.
(Exemplu: DN6/E70, DN2/E85).
Rendering-highway trunk carto.png
  • L3005, Eschborn, Germany
  • Cat and Fiddle Road, England
highway primary way Drum principal este acela care leagă două orașe importante. De cele mai multe ori acesta este compus din 2 benzi pe sens. O altă caracteristică a drumurilor principale o reprezintă lipsa balizelor de delimitare a sensurilor de circulație. În România highway=primary se folosește pentru orice drum național care nu este parte din culoarele europene; bornele kilometrice și indicatoarele care le identifică sunt pe fundal roșu cu scris alb ; Atât drumurile naționale primare (ex. DN1) RO Roadsign 1.png cât și cele secundare (ex. DN7C) RO Roadsign 7C.png sunt etichetate ca highway=primary dacă nu sunt drumuri europene. Tagul ref=* va fi de forma DNn, DNnx, DNnn sau DNnnx (n=0-9, x=A-Z).
Rendering-highway primary neutral.png
  • Hunsrückhöhenstraße, Kappel, Germany
  • Tanami Road, Australia
highway secondary way Drum secundar este, în general, un drum care leagă orașe mici, comune sau sate. În Romania highway=secondary se folosește în exteriorul localităților pentru drumuri județene - numărul drumului este scris pe borne și indicatoare pe fundal albastru RO judetean587.png. Aceste drumuri sunt etichetate ca highway=secondary. Tagul ref=* va fi de forma DJnnnx (n=0-9, x=A-Z ). Ex. ref=DJ30, ref=DJ200F.
Rendering-highway secondary neutral.png
  • L134, Meyenburg, Schwanewede, Germany
  • Vatnsnesvegur, Iceland
highway tertiary way Drum terțiar este, un drum care leagă comune sau sate. În Romania highway=tertiary se folosește în exteriorul localităților pentru drumuri comunale - numărul drumului este scris pe borne și indicatoare pe fundal galben RO comunal.png. Aceste drumuri sunt etichetate ca highway=tertiary. Tagul ref=* va fi de forma DCnnnx (n=0-9, x=A-Z ). Ex. ref=DC102, ref=DC101A.
Rendering-highway tertiary neutral.png
  • Bergedorfer Straße, Worpswede, Germany
  • Canol Road, Yukon, Canada
highway unclassified way The least 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
  • Sentiero 00, Cantagallo, Tuscany, Italy
  • Kuskealleen, Vordingborg, Denmark
highway residential way Roads which serve as an access to housing, without function of connecting settlements. Often lined with housing.
Rendering-highway residential.png
  • Taman Ria Terrace.jpg
  • Main Street, Elko, Nevada, USA

Link roads

highway motorway_link way Drum de legătura (pentru autostrada) (rampă) ce face legătura dintre autostradă și un drum de o categorie inferioară. De cele mai multe ori se aplică același seturi de restricții.
Rendering-highway motorway link.png
A5 exit link to A672, Darmstadt, Germany
highway trunk_link way Drum de legătura (pentru drum important) ce face legătura cu drumuri de categorii inferioare.
Rendering-highway trunk link.png
A7 / OAL23 interchange, Nesselwang, Germany
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
B20 exit and entrance to Brunn, Fridolfing, Germany
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
APD-40cloverleaf.jpg
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 this is can use for narrow roads that usually using for motorcycle roads.
Living street osm.png
beginning of a living street with a paving stones surface and some trees and cars parking at the sides
highway service way area For access roads to, or within an industrial estate, camp site, business park, car park, alleys, 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 leading from the High Street to Green Lane Shopping Centre - geograph.org.uk - 942796.jpg
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
  • Asphalt track.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
Fuji Speedway start-finish.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
highway busway way A dedicated roadway for bus rapid transit systems
grade-seperated section of busway outside of station

Cărări și poteci

highway footway way area 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. For ramps (sloped paths without steps), combine this tag with incline=*.
Rendering-highway footway.png
Footway in Stowupland - geograph.org.uk - 1044849.jpg
highway bridleway way For horse riders. Pedestrians are usually also permitted, cyclists may be permitted depending on local rules/laws. Motor vehicles are forbidden.
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
Escalinata del Calvario de Toluca.jpg
highway corridor way For a hallway inside of a building.
HK TST Star House mall corridor interior shop signs Sept-2012.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 horse riders as well as walkers and highway=track for ones which is passable by agriculture or similar vehicles.
Path osm.png
GuideFootPathCycleYes.jpg
highway via_ferrata way A via ferrata is a route equipped with fixed cables, stemples, ladders, and bridges in order to increase ease and security for climbers. These via ferrata require equipment : climbing harness, shock absorber and two short lengths of rope, but do not require a long rope as for climbing.
Mauerlaeufer ueberhang.jpg

When sidewalk/crosswalk is tagged as a separate way

footway sidewalk way Sidewalk that runs typically along residential road. Use in combination with highway=footway or highway=path
Rendering-highway footway.png
200806 Berlin 91sidewalk.jpg
footway crossing way Crosswalk that connects two sidewalks on the opposite side of the road. Often recognized by painted markings on the road, road sign or traffic lights. Use in combination with highway=footway or highway=path. Useful information is presence of tactile_paving=*, wheelchair=* suitability and kerb=* represented as a node on the crosswalk way.
Rendering-highway footway.png
Zebra-crossing sm.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=*, though it may be avoided if default-access-restrictions do 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
Fietsstrook Herenweg Oudorp.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.
France road sign C24a-2.svg
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. Used together with oneway:bicycle=no.
549c Spitzenkiel140923.jpg
cycleway share_busway way There is a bus lane that cyclists are permitted to use.
Busandbike.jpg
cycleway opposite_share_busway way Used on ways with oneway=yes that have a bus lane that cyclists are also permitted to use, and which go in the opposite direction to normal traffic flow (a "contraflow" bus lane). Used together with oneway:bicycle=no.
2010-01-02 15.19.16.jpg
cycleway shared_lane way Cyclists share a lane with motor vehicles, there are markings reminding about this. In some places these markings are known as "sharrows" ('sharing arrows') and this is the tag to use for those.
Sharrows Toronto 2011.jpg
busway lane way Bus lane on both sides of the road. (See also: Parallel scheme for bus/psv lane tagging lanes:bus=* / lanes:psv=*)
2010-01-02 15.19.16.jpg

Street parking tagged on the main roadway (see Street parking)

parking:left / :right / :both
(hereafter: parking:side)
lane | street_side | on_kerb | half_on_kerb | shoulder | no | separate | yes way Primary key to record parking along the street. Desribes the parking position of parked vehicles in the street.
Darby Street Pre-Shared Space Change.jpg
parking:sideorientation=* parallel | diagonal | perpendicular way To specify the orientation of parked vehicles if there is street parking.

Lifecycle (see also lifecycle prefixes)

highway proposed way For planned roads, use with proposed=* and a value of the proposed highway value.
highway construction way For roads under construction. Use construction=* to hold the value for the completed road.
Rendering-highway construction tertiary carto.png
different colours
The T12 link road to Wilmore Road under construction - geograph.org.uk - 4452080.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
bus_bay both | left | right way A bus bay outside the main carriageway for boarding/alighting
1033@970.jpg
change yes | no | not_right | not_left | only_right | only_left way Specify the allowed/forbidden lane changes
Only Only Only (49884679761).jpg
destination <place name of destination> way Destination when following a linear feature
Japanese Road sign (Direction and Lane A).svg
embankment yes | dyke way A dyke or a raised bank to carry a road, railway, or canal across a low-lying or wet area.
Green River Trail - Desimone Levee 01.jpg
embedded_rails yes | <type of railway> way A highway on which non-railway traffic is also allowed has railway tracks embedded in it but the rails are mapped as separate ways.
Ruusulankatu tram rails (at lat 60.18206, lon 24.92450) heading NW.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 % | ° | up | down node way Incline steepness as percents ("5%") or degrees ("20°"). Positive/negative values indicate movement upward/downwards in the direction of the way.
Incline17.jpg
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
2008 03 12 - UMD - Roundabout viewed from Art Soc Bldg 4b.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
lane_markings yes | no way Specifies if a highway has painted markings to indicate the position of the lanes.
Reelsen1.JPG
lit yes | no nodewayarea Street lighting
Berlin speer-leuchte.jpg
maxspeed <number> way Specifies the maximum legal speed limit on a road, railway or waterway.
Zeichen 274-60 - Zulässige Höchstgeschwindigkeit, StVO 2017.svg
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.
Zeichen 331.1 - Kraftfahrstraße, StVO 2013.svg
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).
Difficulty gauge for the grants process.png
mtb:scale:uphill 0-5 way A classification scheme for mtb trails for going uphill if there is significant inclination.
Difficulty gauge for the grants process.png
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
oneway yes | no | reversible way Oneway streets are streets where you are only allowed to drive in one direction.
Schildhb.jpg
oneway:bicycle yes | no | way Used on ways with oneway=yes where it is legally permitted to cycle in both directions.
Sul bxl 01.JPG
overtaking yes | no | caution | both | forward | backward way Specifying sections of roads where overtaking is legally forbidden. Use overtaking:forward=yes/no/caution and overtaking:backward=yes/no/caution when it depends on driving direction.
Overtakinglines.jpg
parking:lane parallel | diagonal | perpendicular | marked | no_parking | no_stopping | fire_lane. way Deprecated variant to map parking along streets. See section on street parking above or the street parking page for more details.
Parkingonstreetlanes2nowide.png
parking:condition free | ticket | disc | residents | customers | private way Deprecated variant to map parking conditions along streets. See section on street parking above or the street parking page for more details.
2013.11.01.104926 Parking sign Kilauea Avenue Hilo Hawaii.jpg
passing_places yes way A way which has frequent passing places (See also: highway=passing_place)
Single-track.jpg
priority forward | backward way Traffic priority for narrow parts of roads, e.g. narrow bridges.
Vienna Convention road sign B6.svg
priority_road designated | yes_unposted | end way Specifying roads signposted as priority roads.
Vienna Convention road sign B3-V1.svg
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
shoulder no | yes | right | both | left way Presence of shoulder in highway
15-05-23-Berlin-Sachsendamm-Tesla-RalfR-N3S 7354.jpg
smoothness excellent | good | intermediate | bad | very_bad | horrible | very_horrible | impassable way area Specifies the physical usability of a way for wheeled vehicles due to surface regularity/flatness. See Key:smoothness for more details.
Jena Track roots.jpg
surface paved | unpaved | asphalt | concrete | paving_stones | sett | cobblestone | metal | wood | compacted | fine_gravel | gravel | pebblestone | plastic | grass_paver | grass | dirt | earth | mud | sand | ground way See Key:surface for more details.
Transportation in Tanzania Traffic problems.JPG
tactile_paving yes | no node way area A paving in the ground to be followed with a blindman's stick.
Tactile paving.jpg
tracktype grade1 | grade2 | grade3 | grade4 | grade5 way To describe the quality of the surface. See Key:tracktype for more information.
Surface grade1.jpg
traffic_calming bump | hump | table | island | cushion | yes | etc. node way Features used to slow down traffic. See Key:traffic calming for more details.
Ležeći policajac 016.jpg
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
Trail visibility good.jpg
trailblazed yes | no | poles | cairns | symbols way Applies to highway=*. Describing trail blazing and marking. See Key:trailblazed for more information.
Trail blazing 10.jpg
trailblazed:visibility excellent | good | intermediate | bad | horrible | no way Applies to trailblazed=*. A classification for visibility of trailblazing. See Key:trailblazed:visibility for more information.
turn left | slight_left | through | right | slight_right | merge_to_left | merge_to_right | reverse way The key turn can be used to specify the direction in which a way or a lane will lead.
Zeichen 297 - Richtungspfeile, StVO 1970.svg
width <number> way The width of a feature.
Height demonstration diagram.png
winter_road yes way A highway functions during winter, probably can't be driven in summer.
Anuisk bilibino sever66.jpg

Alte caracteristici

highway bus_stop node A small bus stop. Optionally one may also use public_transport=stop_position for the position where the vehicle stops and public_transport=platform for the place where passengers wait.
Bus stop.12.svg
Průmyslová str3, Prague Štěrboholy.jpg
highway crossing node A.k.a. crosswalk. Pedestrians can cross a street here; e.g., zebra crossing
Zebra-crossing sm.jpg
highway cyclist_waiting_aid node Street furniture for cyclists that are intended to make waiting at esp. traffic lights more comfortable.
Cyclist footrest 01 Flickr SDOT Photos.jpg
highway elevator node way An elevator or lift, used to travel vertically, providing passenger and freight access between pathways at different floor levels.
Elevator-12.svg
Diag3.jpg
highway emergency_bay node way An area beside a highway where you can safely stop your car in case of breakdown or emergency.
France road sign C8.svg
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. See also emergency=access_point
Anfahrpunkt für Rettungsfahrzeuge HP 108 Alter Lorscher Weg 102 1235.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
Emergency-phone.16.svg
Emergency push-button telephone, Warsaw.jpg
highway ladder nodeway A vertical or inclined set of steps or rungs intended for climbing or descending of a person with the help of hands.
Wooden ladder to the small cave, Hurkutstein.jpg
highway milestone node Highway location marker
3marcoquilometriconovo.png
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 platform node way area A platform at a bus stop or station.
Rendering-highway railway platform line.png
Bayview trstwy.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 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 speed_camera node A fixed road-side or overhead speed camera.
Speed camera.jpg
highway stop node A stop sign
STOP sign.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
2014 Kłodzko, ul. Grottgera 14.JPG
highway toll_gantry node A toll gantry is a gantry suspended over a way, usually a motorway, as part of a system of electronic toll collection. For a toll booth with any kind of barrier or booth see: barrier=toll_booth
CR0344eRoad-MM4-TollGantry (29081629762).jpg
highway traffic_mirror node Mirror that reflects the traffic on one road when direct view is blocked.
Verkehrsspiegel.JPG
highway traffic_signals node Lights that control the traffic
Rendering-traffic singals.jpg
Ampel.jpg
highway trailhead node Designated place to start on a trail or route
Ancient Lakes Trailhead - panoramio.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 turning_loop node A widened area of a highway with a non-traversable island for turning around, often circular and at the end of a road.
Turning circle - geograph.org.uk - 991834.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.


Bariere

Eticheta barrier este folosită, de obicei, pentru noduri de-a lungul căilor în locurile în care circulația este restricționată de un obstacol. Este oferit ca o alternativă mai elegantă decât folosirea lui highway=gate etc. Este aplicabil și pentru căi (de ex. garduri) care sunt ele însele obstacole.

Cheie Valoare Element Descriere Randare Poză

Bariere liniare

barrier cable_barrier way Also called guard cable. This is a road side or median barrier made of steel wire ropes mounted on weak posts. See also the more extensive Wikipedia description.
Wire rope barrier.png
barrier city_wall way area A fortification used to defend a city or settlement from potential aggressors.

From ancient to modern times, they are used to enclose settlements.

  • Right side is bottom, left side is top.
  • If both sides are same height then add "two_sided=yes".

See also historic=city_gate, historic=citywalls and defensive_works=*.

City-wall-render-eg1.png
2014 Bystrzyca Kłodzka, mury obronne 05.jpg
barrier ditch way A trench, ditch or ravine, that is not easily crossed, especially not on foot. Possibly water can flow at the bottom, so it can be used in combination with waterway=stream or waterway=drain.
Barrier fence mapnik.png
Base XXXIV communication trench.JPG
barrier fence way A structure supported by posts driven into the ground and designed to prevent movement across a boundary. It is distinguished from a wall by the lightness of its construction. Use fence_type=* to add details.
Barrier fence mapnik.png
Anglerise.jpg
barrier guard_rail way A guard_rail, also called a crash barrier. Right side is inner, left side is outer.
Barrier fence mapnik.png
CrashBarrier.jpg
barrier handrail way Is designed to be grasped by the hand so as to provide stability or support.
Barrier fence mapnik.png
Geländer am Kulturhaus im Kinderdorf Dittrichshütte 2.JPG
barrier hedge way area reprezintă o serie de tufe și boscheți care sunt foarte apropiate, plantate și crescute în așa fel încât să formeze o barieră sau să marcheze granița unei zone.
Barrier hedge.png
Daniel Fuchs.CC-BY-SA.Morus nigra.Hedge.jpg
barrier retaining_wall way Retaining walls serve to retain the lateral pressure of soil. Right side is bottom, left side is top.
Barrier fence mapnik.png
Retaining wall.png
barrier wall way area A free-standing solid structure designed to restrict or prevent movement across a boundary. Usually made from solid brick, concrete or stone and almost always built so that it is opaque to vision. Add wall=noise_barrier to tag an acoustic screens located along streets or roads
Barrier fence mapnik.png
Dscf0590-800.jpg

Bariere punctuale

barrier block node A large, solid, immobile block that can be moved only with heavy machinery or great effort.

Typically big solid things made of concrete for stopping larger vehicles.

Sometimes natural boulders are used for the same purpose.

Barrier.svg
Roadblock in Palestine.jpg
barrier bollard node way One or more solid (usually concrete or metal) pillar(s) used to control traffic.
Traffic bollard removable with key on a footway.jpg
barrier border_control node This is a control point at an international border between two countries. Passports or other forms of ID will be checked.
EU Swiss border post.jpg
barrier bump_gate node For description see wikipedia:Bump gate, for another photo see flickr example: [1] .
Bump gate from patent.gif
barrier bus_trap node See wikipedia:Bus trap.
Bussluse 05-04-06 02.jpg
barrier cattle_grid node Bars in the road surface that allow wheeled vehicles but not animals to cross.

Sometimes known as a Texas Gate, even outside of Texas.

Barrier cattle grid-14.svg
Cattle grid.jpg
barrier coupure node (way) A cut through a flood protection feature (e.g., (flood)wall, levee, or dyke) for a road or railway, that is readily made flood tight if required.
Coupure Worpdijk Deventer 01.JPG
barrier cycle_barrier node Barriers to bicycle traffic, most typically a pair of staggered steel bars perpendicular to the way itself whose gaps allow pedestrians to pass. Cyclists may pass, but only at very reduced speed. May be installed ahead of a hazard, such as a road or rail crossing.
Cycle barrier-14.svg
473MS Mecklenbeck Bahn Umlaufsp.jpg
barrier debris node A road is blocked by debris with or without ground. This might be for short or long time. Often used as first step in blocking an abandoned road.
Barrier debris.jpg
barrier entrance node A gap in a linear barrier with nothing that limits passing through.

access=yes is implied.

The limitations are the same of the way that crosses it, if there is such.

Entrance through the wall - geograph.org.uk - 2143290.jpg
barrier full-height_turnstile node A full-height turnstile, also called HEET-turnstile (high entrance/exit turnstile), like the ones to access security areas. Note the mix of hyphen and underscore.
Full-height turnstile-14.svg
TR-a.JPG
barrier gate node (way) An entrance that can be opened or closed to get through the barrier. For a permanent opening in the barrier, see barrier=entrance.

Combine with access=* where appropriate.

Barrier gate.svg
Gate-hindeloopen-westerdijk.jpg
barrier hampshire_gate node A section of wire fence which can be removed temporarily.

Combine with access=* where appropriate.

Wire gate.jpg
barrier height_restrictor node Combine with maxheight=*.
Sainsbury's car park height restriction barrier, Chingford, London, England 1.jpg
barrier horse_stile node A horse stile allows pedestrians and horses to cross a gap through a fence, but prevents or makes it very difficult for motorcycles and live stock to cross.
Horse stile on the Doncaster Greenway - geograph.org.uk - 502599.jpg
barrier kent_carriage_gap node A Kent carriage gap is used by local authorities in the UK to prevent motorised vehicles from accessing public rights of way whilst allowing most horse drawn carriages to pass.

These are now becoming common on byways in the UK.

[2]
barrier kissing_gate node A gate which allows people to cross, but not livestock.
Kissing gate-14.svg
TL0452 stile.jpg
barrier lift_gate node A lift gate (boom barrier) is a bar, or pole pivoted in such a way as to allow the boom to block vehicular access through a controlled point.

Combine with access=* where appropriate.

Liftgate-7.svg
Sluitlus.jpg
barrier motorcycle_barrier node Barriers along paths that prevent access by motorcycles.
Motorcycle barrier-14.svg
Motorcycle barrier.jpg
barrier planter node A plant box, or simply a planter, is a structure containing plants for decoration, which (in this context) has the primary purpose of preventing large vehicles from passing.
Radijs in a planter, Hillegersberg, Rotterdam (2021) 01.jpg
barrier sally_port node A sally port is used to pass through thick or city walls, and is a type of covered gate with two doors.
Sallyport.jpg
barrier sliding_beam node Something between barrier=sliding_gate and barrier=lift_gate: it has a quite thin bar like in lift gate, but the bar slides aside to allow through.
Sliding beam.jpg
barrier sliding_gate node Gates open sideways; usually automatic.

Combine with access=* where appropriate.

Wuppertal - Heckinghauser Straße 02 ies.jpg
barrier spikes node Spikes on the ground that prevent unauthorized access. Can also be removable; e.g., after payment in a garage.
20131208 Istanbul 078 (cropped).jpg
barrier stile node A stile allows pedestrians to cross a wall or fence, but never actually "opens" the barrier.

(Unlike a gate, a stile has few or no moving parts.)

Barrier stile-14.svg
KentStile.jpg
barrier sump_buster node A sump buster is a concrete slab or steel structure that prevents passing of two-tracked vehicles with less than a minimum track and ground clearance. (Typically stops normal cars.)
SumpBuster.jpg
barrier swing_gate node Similar to a lift gate but rotates sidewards to open. It is usually made out of metal bars (wood or other material possible) and is intended to prevent cars from access but can usually be crossed by pedestrians and cyclists.
Liftgate-7.svg
Swing gate.jpg
barrier toll_booth node area A road usage toll or fee is collected here. Used with toll=* and charge=*.
Toll booth.svg
Dartford Crossing Toll.jpg
barrier turnstile node A turnstile (also called baffle gate) is used to allow one person at a time to pass. Use this for small turnstiles like the ones in supermarkets or some subways.
Barrier.svg
Stiegel Altebruecke-Marienheim03.jpg
barrier wedge node A wedge-shaped barrier that rises out of the ground to block traffic.
City Hall risen underground barricade jeh.jpg
barrier wicket_gate node A wicket gate, or simply a wicket, is a pedestrian door or gate, particularly one built into a larger door or into a wall or fence.
Blue Anchor level crossing - wicket gate.jpg
barrier yes node way area A barrier which nature cannot be determined; typically only used in mapping using aerial imagery. Should be replaced by a specific value.
Bing imagery showing buildings and barrier.png

Linear barriers or access control on highways (e.g., along or for blocking a path or road)

Cheie Valoare Element Descriere Photo for along Randare Poză
barrier bar node A fixed horizontal bar which blocks motor vehicles but can usually be bypassed on foot or bike. Often placed at trailheads.
Metal bar at Beggs-Snyder Park.jpg
barrier barrier_board node A barrier board to restrict the passage of a way or to block off an area.
Wuppertal, NBT, Treppe Montagstraße, oberer Abschnitt, Abgangssperre.jpg
barrier bollard node way Solid (usually concrete or metal) pillar or pillars in the middle of the road to prevent passage by some traffic. See bollard=*.
Bollards To Spare, Langsett Road South, Oughtibridge - geograph.org.uk - 1239749.jpg
Barrier.svg
Traffic bollard removable with key on a footway.jpg
barrier chain node way A chain used to prevent motorised vehicles.
Barrier fence mapnik.png
Barrier chain.jpg
barrier jersey_barrier node way A Jersey barrier consists of heavy prefabricated blocks to create a barrier. Use material=plastic or material=concrete to express the used material.
Jersey barriers.jpg
Road block.jpg
barrier kerb node way A kerb (or curb) is a short solid barrier, usually found at the edge of a road, path, or sidewalk, which prevents entrance by vehicles and wheelchair users. The height of the kerb is tagged additionally as height=*, if available. Right side is bottom, left side is top.
Obrubnik.jpg
barrier log node way Use this when the passage is barred by lumber (trunk of a tree). This kind of barrier is often also a bench. This barrier partially blocks cyclists but can be crossed by lifting the bike over.
Barrier.svg
Quer auf dem Wanderweg liegender Baumstamm.jpg
barrier rope node way A flexible barrier made of fibres, twisted or braided together to improve strength. As a barrier it is often more symbolic than actually physically preventing pedestrians from accessing.
Black Red Gold Rope at German Bundestag in Berlin 2010.jpg
barrier tank_trap nodeway Static anti-tank obstacles that can take various forms, such as Czech hedgehog (barrier=tank_trap; tank_trap=czech_hedgehog).
Czech hedgehog.jpg
barrier tyres node way A crash barrier made from tyres stacked on top of each other, commonly found at motor racing circuits.
Haren - Am Flugplatz - Emslandring 14 ies.jpg
barrier delineators way A barrier made of plastic/rubber posts, common on one-way two-lane roads where overtaking is prohibited, or on busy roads to prevent forbidden turns or parking along the curb.
Flexible delineator post.jpg
barrier user defined node way area All commonly used values according to Taginfo

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Drumuri și piste pentru cicliști

Drumuri sau piste pentru cicliști. Din păcate, în România astfel de piste și drumuri sunt aproape absente cu câteva excepții în orașe mari precum București și Brașov.

Cheie Valoare Element Descriere și comentarii Randare Poză
cycleway lane way Two cycle lanes, one on each side of the road. Cyclist mapCyclist map-Cycleway-lane.PNG Fietsstrook Herenweg Oudorp.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:right
cycleway:left
share_busway way A bus lane permitted to use only on one side of the road. Left and right depend on the direction in which the way is drawn in OpenStreetMap.
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"[3]. Sharrows Toronto 2011.jpg
cycleway:right
cycleway:left
shared_lane way A shared lane only on one side of the road. Left and right depend on the direction in which the way is drawn in OpenStreetMap.
cycleway asl node A cycleway advanced stop line (ASL), also known as a bike box or an advanced stop box, is a marked area for cyclists in front of the stop line for motor traffic. CyclOSMCyclOSM cycleway asl.png Praha-Černý Most cyklobox 1.JPG
cycleway user defined way All commonly used values according to Taginfo.

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Tracktype

Used to describe the surface quality of the track, path or road.

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
tracktype grade1 way Solid[1].
Usually a paved surface (called also  Sealed road), often also tagged with surface=asphalt;concrete;chipseal;paved etc.
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 Gravel road on Wikipedia.
May be applicable to heavily degraded and crumbled roads which was paved in past.
Often also tagged with surface=gravel;compacted;fine_gravel etc.
Mapnik-tracktype-grade2.png
Tracktype grade2.jpg
tracktype grade3 way Even mixture of hard and soft materials.
An unpaved track.
Mapnik-tracktype-grade3.png
Tracktype grade3.jpg
tracktype grade4 way Mostly soft.
An unpaved track prominently with soil/sand/grass, but with some hard or compacted materials mixed in.
Mapnik-tracktype-grade4.png
Grade4.jpg
tracktype grade5 way Soft.
An unimproved track lacking hard materials, uncompacted, with surface of soil/sand/grass.
Mapnik-tracktype-grade5.png
Tracktype 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

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Waterway

This is used to described different types of waterways. When mapping the way of a river, stream, drain, canal, etc. these need to be aligned in the direction of the water flow. See the page titled Waterways for an introduction on its usage.

Natural watercourses

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Man-made waterways

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Facilities

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Barriers on waterways

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Other features on waterways

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Acest articol sau secțiune poate conține informații nevalabile: Please use the english template Template:Map Features:railway, read more on Template:Map Features:railway/doc. thanks --Reneman (talk) 23:51, 15 November 2015 (UTC)
Dacă știți despre situația actuală, vă rugăm să vă informați pe toți informându-i prin actualizarea acestor informații. (Discussion)

Căi ferate

Cheie Valoare Element Comentariu Rendering Imagine
Cale
railway rail Mf way.png Cale pentru trenuri de pasageri sau de marfă cu ecartament standard pentru ţara respectivă. Mapping-Features-Railroad-With-Station.png MUE-train-Series209.jpg
railway tram Mf way.png Linie de tramvai. Vehicule de unu sau două vagoane pe cale ferată, de obicei construită pe o stradă. (În alte limbi.) Mapping-Features-Tram-With-Halt.png T14 1.JPG
railway light_rail Mf way.png Tren (urban) uşor de suprafaţă. Metrou de suprafaţă.
railway subway Mf way.png Metrou. Cale ferată pentru pasageri, în cea mai mare parte subterană.
Madrid - Estación Marqués de Vadillo - 20060910.jpg
railway preserved Mf way.png Linie ferată conservată. Folosită pentru trenuri de epocă, de obicei obiectiv turistic. (A fost redenumită preserved în loc de preserved_rail deoarece "rail" e redundant).
Railway preserved.jpg
railway disused Mf way.png Cale ferată scoasă din uz. O secţiune de cale ferată care nu mai este utilizată, dar calea şi infrastructura mai există. Vezi disused=yes pentru etichetare alternativă.
Disused railtrack 101 5351.jpg
railway abandoned Mf way.png Cale ferată abandonată. Cursul unei foste căi ferate care a fost abandonată şi a cărei infrastructură a fost înlăturată.
Abbey Barn Lane Bridge, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.jpg
railway narrow_gauge Mf way.png Cale ferată îngustă, mocăniţă.
railway monorail Mf way.png Cale ferată cu o singură șină.
Monorail in Kuala Lumpur
Caracteristici suplimentare
electrified
  • contact_line
  • rail
  • yes
  • no
Mf way.png
  • contact_line: Linie de contact, linie de tensiune deasupra trenului
  • rail: Şină, o a 3a şină aflată lîngă şinele de transport, prin care se alimentează trenul cu energie
  • yes: linie electrificată, dar fără detalii
  • no: linie neelectrificată
Caténaire 1,5 kV 01.jpg
frequency Mf way.png Frecvenţa tensiunii de alimentare. Folosiţi 0 pentru curent continuu. Vezi şi eticheta "voltage".
voltage Mf way.png Tensiunea de alimentare a liniei. Vezi și eticheta "frequency".
Atributele serviciului
service yard way Triaj. Stație tehnică de cale ferată în care se garează materialul rulant, se descompun și se recompun trenurile de marfă sau de călători.
service siding way Porţiuni relativ scurte de cale, desfășurate paralel cu (și conectate la) o cale principală.
service spur way Porţiuni relativ scurte de cale, construite pentru a asigura accesul unei companii la calea principala.
Puncte de oprire
railway station Mf node.png Mf area.png Gară (feroviară) (În alte limbi). Mapping-Features-Railroad-With-Station.png
Paddington Station.jpg
railway halt Mf node.png Haltă. Gară mică, posibil fără peron sau fără casă de bilete. Mapping-Features-Tram-With-Halt.png
Railway halt.jpg
railway tram_stop Mf node.png Staţie de tramvai. Dscf1400-600.jpg
Intersecţii
railway crossing Mf node.png Traversare a căii ferate pentru pietoni. Dscf1407-600.jpg
railway level_crossing Mf node.png Trecere la nivel cu calea ferată, loc unde se intersectează un drum şi o cale ferată.
Level crossing - Chertsey - England - 270404.jpg
railway subway_entrance Mf node.png Intrare la metrou, de obicei de la suprafaţă în subteran.
Madrid-Metro-Tribunal-Entrada.jpg
Alte caracteristici feroviare
railway turntable Mf node.png Mf area.png Platformă rotativă. Folosită pentru a întoarce locomotivele (sau alt material rulant) spre una dintre liniile aranjate radial.
Turntable of Railroad 001.jpg
railway platform Mf way.pngMf area.png Peron. Paralel cu calea ferată. Marchează de asemeni locurile pe unde se poate schimba peronul ca și intrările în gară, deci folosiţi căi pietonale pentru a le conecta. Asta este foarte folositor și pentru rutare.
Dscf0807-800.jpg
landuse railway Mf area.png Teren de pe lîngă calea ferată şi de lîngă gări.
railway User Defined Mf node.png Mf way.png

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Aeroway

These are mainly related to aerodromes, airfields other ground facilities that support the operation of airplanes and helicopters. See the page Aeroways for an introduction on mapping these features.

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Aerialway

This is used to tag different forms of transportation for people or goods by using aerial wires. For example these may include cable-cars, chair-lifts and drag-lifts. See the page Aerialway for more information on the usage of these tags.

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Power

These are used to map electrical power generation and distributions systems. See Power for an introduction on its usage.

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Man made

A tag for identifying man made (artificial) structures that are added to the landscape. See man_made=* for an introduction on its usage.

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Leisure

This is used to tag leisure and sports facilities. See the page titled Leisure for an introduction on its usage.

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
leisure adult_gaming_centre nodearea A venue with gambling machines, usually with a minimum age requirement.
Slot machines in Venetian.jpg
leisure amusement_arcade nodearea A venue with pay-to-play games.
Amusement arcade-14.svg
Dave & Buster's video arcade in Columbus, OH - 17910.JPG
leisure beach_resort nodearea A managed beach, including within the boundary any associated facilities. Entry may also require payment of a fee.
Beach resort-14.svg
Beach resort.jpg
leisure bandstand nodearea A bandstand is an open structure where musical bands can perform concerts.
HornimanBandstandsmall.jpg
leisure bird_hide nodearea A place that is used to observe wildlife, especially birds.
Bird hide-14.svg
Belvide-gazebo.jpg
leisure common nodearea Identify land over which the public has general rights of use for certain leisure activities.
leisure dance nodearea A dance venue or dance hall.
Tango-ballroom-competition.jpg
leisure disc_golf_course nodearea A place to play disc golf.
Disc golfer and basket.jpg
leisure dog_park nodearea A designated area, with or without a fenced boundary, where dog-owners are permitted to exercise their pets unrestrained.
Dog park.svg
DogPark.jpg
leisure escape_game nodearea A physical adventure game in which players solve a series of puzzles using clues, hints and strategy to complete the objectives at hand.
Conundrum Escape Room.jpg
leisure firepit nodearea A fire ring or fire pit, often at a campsite or picnic site.
Firepit.svg
Camp site.jpg
leisure fishing nodearea A public or private place for fishing.
Fishing-14.svg
Angler.jpg
leisure fitness_centre nodearea Fitness centre, health club or gym with exercise machines, fitness classes or both, for exercise.
Fitness.svg
Gym 1-1-.jpg
leisure fitness_station nodearea An outdoor facility where people can practise typical fitness exercises.
Fitness.svg
Outdoor gym in Parque de Bateria, Torremolinos.JPG
leisure garden nodearea A place where flowers and other plants are grown in a decorative and structured manner or for scientific purposes.
Rendering-area-leisure-garden.png
SF Japanese Garden.JPG
leisure hackerspace nodearea A place where people with common interests (science, technology, ...) meet.
Protospace, a Hackerspace.jpg
leisure horse_riding nodearea A facility where people practise horse riding, usually in their spare time, e.g. a riding centre. For a riding arena use leisure=pitch + sport=equestrian.
Warendorf, Reitanlage Josephshof -- 2014 -- 8591 -- Ausschnitt.jpg
leisure ice_rink nodearea A place where you can skate and play bandy or ice hockey.
Pista hielo bakh.jpg
leisure marina nodearea A facility for mooring leisure yachts and motor boats.
Rendering-leisure marina.png
Marina.jpg
leisure miniature_golf nodearea A place or area where you can play miniature golf.
Miniature golf.svg
BigApple-ccby-rw .jpg
leisure nature_reserve nodearea A protected area of importance for wildlife, flora, fauna or features of geological or other special interest.
National park.png
Black Opal Spring in Biscuit Basin.JPG
leisure park nodearea A park, usually in an urban (municipal) setting, created for recreation and relaxation.
Rendering-area-leisure-park.png
3015-Central Park-Sheep Meadow.JPG
leisure picnic_table nodearea A table with benches for food and rest.
Table-16.svg
Picnic table.jpg
leisure pitch nodearea An area designed for practising a particular sport, normally designated with appropriate markings.
Rendering-leisure-pitch.png
Yes NCTU tennis 2.JPG
leisure playground nodearea A playground: an area designed for children to play.
Playground-16.svg
Children playing on a modern playground.jpg
leisure slipway nodearea A slipway: a ramp for launching a boat into water.
Transport slipway.svg
Slipway.jpg
leisure sports_centre nodearea A sports centre is a distinct facility where sports take place within an enclosed area.
Western Lesiure Centre Cardiff.JPG
leisure stadium nodearea A major sports facility with substantial tiered seating.
Notre-dame-stadium.jpg
leisure summer_camp nodearea A place for supervised camps for children or teenagers conducted during the summer months.
Summer camp example wartenberg 2015 01.jpeg
leisure swimming_area nodearea An area for swimming within a larger body of water (such as a river, lake or the sea) that is marked by a rope, buoys or similar.
Swimming-16.svg
SymbolSwimming.svg
leisure swimming_pool nodearea A swimming pool (water area only).
Base layer water.png
Pool i.jpg
leisure track nodearea A track for running, cycling and other non-motorised racing such as horses, greyhounds.
Skyttis athletics tracks.jpg
leisure water_park nodearea An amusement park with features like water slides, recreational pools (e.g. wave pools) or lazy rivers.
Swimming-16.svg
Caribe01.jpg

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Amenity

Used to map facilities used by visitors and residents. For example: toilets, telephones, banks, pharmacies, cafes, parking and schools. See the page Amenities for an introduction on its usage.

Key Value Element Comment Carto rendering Photo

Sustenance

amenity bar node area Bar is a purpose-built commercial establishment that sells alcoholic drinks to be consumed on the premises. They are characterised by a noisy and vibrant atmosphere, similar to a party and usually don't sell food. See also the description of the tags amenity=pub;bar;restaurant for a distinction between these.
Bar-16.svg
Bar MXCT.JPG
amenity biergarten node area Biergarten or beer garden is an open-air area where alcoholic beverages along with food is prepared and served. See also the description of the tags amenity=pub;bar;restaurant. A biergarten can commonly be found attached to a beer hall, pub, bar, or restaurant. In this case, you can use biergarten=yes additional to amenity=pub;bar;restaurant.
Biergarten-16.svg
Hofbräukeller Arkaden.JPG
amenity cafe node area Cafe is generally an informal place that offers casual meals and beverages; typically, the focus is on coffee or tea. Also known as a coffeehouse/shop, bistro or sidewalk cafe. The kind of food served may be mapped with the tags cuisine=* and diet:*=*. See also the tags amenity=restaurant;bar;fast_food.
Cafe-16.svg
Klagenfurt Wörthersee Strandbad Cafe Sunset Bar 11102008 65.jpg
amenity fast_food node area Fast food restaurant (see also amenity=restaurant). The kind of food served can be tagged with cuisine=* and diet:*=*.
Fast-food-16.svg
Burger king kamen.jpg
amenity food_court node area An area with several different restaurant food counters and a shared eating area. Commonly found in malls, airports, etc.
Restaurant-14.svg
FoodCourtVaughanMills.JPG
amenity ice_cream node area Ice cream shop or ice cream parlour. A place that sells ice cream and frozen yoghurt over the counter
Ice-cream-14.svg
Ribnitzer Hafenfest, Ribnitz-Damgarten (P1060946).jpg
amenity pub node area A place selling beer and other alcoholic drinks; may also provide food or accommodation (UK). See description of amenity=bar and amenity=pub for distinction between bar and pub
Pub-16.svg
Pub.jpg
amenity restaurant node area Restaurant (not fast food, see amenity=fast_food). The kind of food served can be tagged with cuisine=* and diet:*=*.
Restaurant-14.svg
Caprice Restaurant.JPG

Education

amenity college node area Campus or buildings of an institute of Further Education (aka continuing education)
Cambridge Regional College main entrance.jpg
amenity dancing_school node area A dancing school or dance studio
Dancing lesson 16507650.jpg
amenity driving_school node area Driving School which offers motor vehicle driving lessons
Shop-other-16.svg
Fahrschulauto VW Austria St Johann.JPG
amenity first_aid_school node area A place where people can go for first aid courses.
amenity kindergarten node area For children too young for a regular school (also known as preschool, playschool or nursery school), in some countries including afternoon supervision of primary school children.
Story Time.jpg
amenity language_school node area Language School: an educational institution where one studies a foreign language.
Sede de Berlitz al norte de Bogotá.jpeg
amenity library node area A public library (municipal, university, …) to borrow books from.
Library.14.svg
Guantanamo captives' library a.jpg
amenity surf_school node area A surf school is an establishment that teaches surfing.
Surfing School at Chapel Porth (2784337863).jpg
amenity toy_library node area A place to borrow games and toys, or play with them on site.
Toy Library storage.jpg
amenity research_institute node area An establishment endowed for doing research.
Aerial View of Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field - GPN-2000-002008.jpg
amenity training node area Public place where you can get training.
Sede de Berlitz al norte de Bogotá.jpeg
amenity music_school node area A music school, an educational institution specialized in the study, training, and research of music.
Music school from Rabnita (1980). (9196267787).jpg
amenity school node area School and grounds - primary, middle and seconday schools
Williamstown school.jpg
amenity traffic_park node area Juvenile traffic schools
Lasten ajoharjoittelu rata Nordenskiöldinkatu - panoramio.jpg
amenity university node area A university campus: an institute of higher education
Brock University campus.JPG

Transportation

amenity bicycle_parking node area Parking for bicycles
Parking-bicycle-16.svg
Bicycle-parking.jpg
amenity bicycle_repair_station node area General tools for self-service bicycle repairs, usually on the roadside; no service
Bicycle repair station-14.svg
BikeRepairMonterrey.JPG
amenity bicycle_rental node area Rent a bicycle
Rental-bicycle-16.svg
Rental Row (3561666697).jpg
amenity bicycle_wash node area Clean a bicycle
Sankt Gallenkirch-Valiserabahn lower station-Bicycle wash system-01ASD.jpg
amenity boat_rental node area Rent a Boat
Boat rental-14.svg
Münster, Boote am Aasee -- 2016 -- 2375.jpg
amenity boat_sharing node area Share a Boat
A Boat To Share.jpg
amenity bus_station node area May also be tagged as public_transport=station.
Bus station-14.svg
Manchester Piccadilly Bus Station.jpg
amenity car_rental node area Rent a car
Rental-car-16.svg
Hertz car rental office Livonia Michigan.JPG
amenity car_sharing node area Share a car
U Car Share Shattuck Hearst.jpg
amenity car_wash node area Wash a car
Car wash-14.svg
Wuppertal - Friedrich-Engels-Allee 130 02 ies.jpg
amenity compressed_air node area A device to inflate tires/tyres (e.g. motorcar, bicycle)
Air compressor Berlin Plänterwald.jpg
amenity vehicle_inspection node area Government vehicle inspection
Vehicle inspection-14.svg
TÜV SÜD-Hauptuntersuchung.jpeg
amenity charging_station node Charging facility for electric vehicles
Charging station.16.svg
Evpost.jpg
amenity driver_training node area A place for driving training on a closed course
Skid pan at Mercedes-Benz World - Flickr - Supermac1961.jpg
amenity ferry_terminal node area Ferry terminal/stop. A place where people/cars/etc. can board and leave a ferry.
Ferry-icon.svg
Ferry Reet.jpg
amenity fuel node area Petrol station; gas station; marine fuel; … Streets to petrol stations are often tagged highway=service.
Fuel-16.svg
Preem Karlskrona.jpg
amenity grit_bin node A container that holds grit or a mixture of salt and grit.
Grit Bin.jpg
amenity motorcycle_parking node area Parking for motorcycles
Parking-motorcycle-16.svg
Motorradparkplatz Gifhorn Mühlenmuseum.jpg
amenity parking node area Car park. Nodes and areas (without access tag) will get a parking symbol. Areas will be coloured. Streets on car parking are often tagged highway=service and service=parking_aisle.
Parking-16.svg
P3030027ParkingLot wb.jpg
amenity parking_entrance node An entrance or exit to an underground or multi-storey parking facility. Group multiple parking entrances together with a relation using the tags type=site and site=parking. Do not mix with amenity=parking. Underground
Parking entrance-14.svg
Multi-storey
Parking entrance multi-storey 14.svg
Christian Wirth - Tiefgarage Hauptplatz.jpg
amenity parking_space node area A single parking space. Group multiple parking spaces together with a relation using the tags type=site and site=parking. Do not mix with amenity=parking.
Rendering-parking space.png
Israel Batch 2 (149).JPG
amenity taxi node area A place where taxis wait for passengers.
Taxi-16.svg
Hong Kong Taxi - 1-12-2006 - Shatin Taxi Stand.jpg
amenity weighbridge node area A large weight scale to weigh vehicles and goods
Lorry on weighbridge, Douglas, Isle of Man - geograph.org.uk - 352285.jpg

Financial

amenity atm node ATM or cash point: a device that provides the clients of a financial institution with access to financial transactions.
Atm-14.svg
ATM 750x1300.jpg
amenity payment_terminal node Self-service payment kiosk/terminal
Payment terminal photo.jpg
amenity bank node area Bank or credit union: a financial establishment where customers can deposit and withdraw money, take loans, make investments and transfer funds.
Bank-16.svg
Dscf1401-800.jpg
amenity bureau_de_change node area Bureau de change, money changer, currency exchange, Wechsel, cambio – a place to change foreign bank notes and travellers cheques.
Bureau de change-14.svg
Bureau de change electronic sign.jpg
amenity money_transfer node area A place that offers money transfers, especially cash to cash
Dortmund, Western Union Brückstraße.jpg
amenity payment_centre node area A non-bank place, where people can pay bills of public and private services and taxes.
Pagofacil2.jpg

Healthcare

amenity baby_hatch node area A place where a baby can be, out of necessity, anonymously left to be safely cared for and perhaps adopted.
Babybox - venkovní strana.jpg
amenity clinic node area A medium-sized medical facility or health centre.
Doctors-14.svg
Bristol , Central Health Clinic - geograph.org.uk - 1360619.jpg
amenity dentist node area A dentist practice / surgery.
Dentist-14.svg
Military dentists in Guatemala.jpg
amenity doctors node area A doctor's practice / surgery.
Doctors-14.svg
Doctors stethoscope 2.jpg
amenity hospital node area A hospital providing in-patient medical treatment. Often used in conjunction with emergency=* to note whether the medical centre has emergency facilities (A&E (brit.) or ER (am.))
Hospital-14.svg
Guantanamo captive's hospital beds -c.jpg
amenity nursing_home node area Discouraged tag for a home for disabled or elderly persons who need permanent care. Use amenity=social_facility + social_facility=nursing_home now.
Social amenity darken 80-16.svg
Hora Svate Kateriny - nursing home.jpg
amenity pharmacy node area Pharmacy: a shop where a pharmacist sells medications
dispensing=yes/no - availability of prescription-only medications
Pharmacy-14.svg
Boots The Chemist At Gunwharf Quays.jpg
amenity social_facility node area A facility that provides social services: group & nursing homes, workshops for the disabled, homeless shelters, etc.
Social facility-14.svg
Salvation Army Citadel, Hill Street , Newport - geograph.org.uk - 1585015.jpg
amenity veterinary node area A place where a veterinary surgeon, also known as a veterinarian or vet, practices.
Veterinary-14.svg
Veterinary Surgeon.jpg

Entertainment, Arts & Culture

amenity arts_centre node area A venue where a variety of arts are performed or conducted
Arts centre.svg
Alhamra Art Centre.JPG
amenity brothel node area An establishment specifically dedicated to prostitution
Walletjes 001.jpg
amenity casino node area A gambling venue with at least one table game(e.g. roulette, blackjack) that takes bets on sporting and other events at agreed upon odds.
Casino-14.svg
Sahara Hotel and Casino.jpg
amenity cinema node area A place where films are shown (US: movie theater)
Cinema-16.svg
Palace cinéma beaumont.JPG
amenity community_centre node area A place mostly used for local events, festivities and group activities; including special interest and special age groups. .
Community centre-14.svg
Greasby Community Centre.JPG
amenity conference_centre node area A large building that is used to hold a convention
Irving Convention Center Exterior.JPG
amenity events_venue node area A building specifically used for organising events
Ludwigsfelde asv2021-03 img08 Klubhaus.jpg
amenity exhibition_centre node area An exhibition centre
Shanghai new international expo centre.jpg
amenity fountain node area A fountain for cultural / decorational / recreational purposes.
Fountain-14.svg
Fountain at Milan citadel.JPG
amenity gambling node area A place for gambling, not being a shop=bookmaker, shop=lottery, amenity=casino, or leisure=adult_gaming_centre.

Games that are covered by this definition include bingo and pachinko.

Bingo cards.jpg
amenity love_hotel node area A love hotel is a type of short-stay hotel operated primarily for the purpose of allowing guests privacy for sexual activities.
Hotel portodiMare Himeji.jpg
amenity music_venue node area An indoor place to hear contemporary live music.
Vaihn2013.jpg
amenity nightclub node area A place to drink and dance (nightclub). The German word is "Disco" or "Discothek". Please don't confuse this with the German "Nachtclub" which is most likely amenity=stripclub.
Nightclub-16.svg
Gatecrasher.jpg
amenity planetarium node area A planetarium.
Planetarium WPKiW.jpg
amenity public_bookcase node area A street furniture containing books. Take one or leave one.
Public bookcase-14.svg
Hannover, public bookcase.jpg
amenity social_centre node area A place for free and not-for-profit activities.
Governor Hotel, Rotary Club of Portland plaque.JPG
amenity stage node area A raised platform for performers.
Jyväskylä - stage.jpg
amenity stripclub node A place that offers striptease or lapdancing (for sexual services use amenity=brothel).
Seattle - Deja Vu 01.jpg
amenity studio node area TV radio or recording studio
DOUG.jpg
amenity swingerclub node area A club where people meet to have a party and group sex.
Swingerclub Cäsars Palace. Spröckhövel.JPG
amenity theatre node area A theatre or opera house where live performances occur, such as plays, musicals and formal concerts. Use amenity=cinema for movie theaters.
Theatre-16.svg
PL - Wrocław - Teatr Lalek - Kroton 001.jpg

Public Service

amenity courthouse node area A building home to a court of law, where justice is dispensed
Courthouse-16.svg
Franklinctycrthsapalchicola01.jpg
amenity fire_station node area A station of a fire brigade
Fire-station-16.svg
Fire station.jpg
amenity police node area A police station where police officers patrol from and that is a first point of contact for civilians
Police-16.svg
Ploizeiautos Davidwache.jpg
amenity post_box node A box for the reception of mail. Alternative mail-carriers can be tagged via operator=*
Post box-12.svg
Post Box.JPG
amenity post_depot node area Post depot or delivery office, where letters and parcels are collected and sorted prior to delivery.
Post office delivery office, Mablethorpe - geograph.org.uk - 1186977.jpg
amenity post_office node area Post office building with postal services
Post office-14.svg
100px-Pošta Praha 025.jpg
amenity prison node area A prison or jail where people are incarcerated before trial or after conviction
Prison-16.svg
Osaka keimusho.jpg
amenity ranger_station node area National Park visitor headquarters: official park visitor facility with police, visitor information, permit services, etc
Talkeetna Ranger Station.jpg
amenity townhall node area Building where the administration of a village, town or city may be located, or just a community meeting place
Town-hall-16.svg
TownHall-Ljubljana.JPG

Facilities

amenity bbq node BBQ or Barbecue is a permanently built grill for cooking food, which is most typically used outdoors by the public. For example these may be found in city parks or at beaches. Use the tag fuel=* to specify the source of heating, such as fuel=wood;electric;charcoal. For mapping nearby table and chairs, see also the tag tourism=picnic_site. For mapping campfires and firepits, instead use the tag leisure=firepit.
Bbq-14.svg
Grillplatzusa.jpg
amenity bench node A bench to sit down and relax a bit
Bench-16.svg
Bench.jpg
amenity dog_toilet node area Area designated for dogs to urinate and excrete.
Dog-toilet.jpg
amenity dressing_room node area Area designated for changing clothes.
Korpilahti beach - changing room.jpg
amenity drinking_water node Drinking water is a place where humans can obtain potable water for consumption. Typically, the water is used for only drinking. Also known as a drinking fountain or bubbler.
Drinking-water-16.svg
Basler Trinkwasser 1341.jpg
amenity give_box node area A small facility where people drop off and pick up various types of items in the sense of free sharing and reuse.
GiveBox an der Schwarztorstrasse 96 im Januar 2020.jpg
amenity mailroom node area A mailroom for receiving packages or letters.
Mailroom of the New York Times newspaper.8d22741v.jpg
amenity parcel_locker node area Machine for picking up and sending parcels
Polish Packstation.jpg
amenity shelter node area A small shelter against bad weather conditions. To additionally describe the kind of shelter use shelter_type=*.
Shelter-14.svg
Réunion Maïdo kiosque pique-nique.JPG
amenity shower node area Public shower.
Shower-14.svg
Znak D-26d.svg
amenity telephone node Public telephone
Telephone.16.svg
Telephone.jpg
amenity toilets node area Public toilets (might require a fee)
Toilets-16.svg
WC-Anlage.jpg
amenity water_point node Place where you can get large amounts of drinking water
Aire de Valuejols.JPG
amenity watering_place node Place where water is contained and animals can drink
Drinking Water For Humans and Animals.jpg

Waste Management

amenity sanitary_dump_station node area A place for depositing human waste from a toilet holding tank.
Aire de Valuejols.JPG
amenity recycling node area Recycling facilities (bottle banks, etc.). Combine with recycling_type=container for containers or recycling_type=centre for recycling centres.
Recycling-16.svg
Recycling.jpg
amenity waste_basket node A single small container for depositing garbage that is easily accessible for pedestrians.
Waste-basket-12.svg
Vuilnisbak-Lebbeke.JPG
amenity waste_disposal node A medium or large disposal bin, typically for bagged up household or industrial waste.
Waste disposal-14.svg
Waste container.jpg
amenity waste_transfer_station node area A waste transfer station is a location that accepts, consolidates and transfers waste in bulk.

Others

amenity animal_boarding node area A facility where you, paying a fee, can bring your animal for a limited period of time (e.g. for holidays)
Holmbyre Cattery - geograph.org.uk - 167661.jpg
amenity animal_breeding node area relation A facility where animals are bred, usually to sell them
Brickfields Horse Centre - geograph.org.uk - 135890.jpg
amenity animal_shelter node area A shelter that recovers animals in trouble
Kennel 2.jpg
amenity animal_training node area A facility used for non-competitive animal training
MTAPD Canine Training Facility (26942355044).jpg
amenity baking_oven node An oven used for baking bread and similar, for example inside a building=bakehouse.
Backofen Emstal.JPG
amenity clock node A public visible clock
Houses Of Parliment Clock Tower (Big Ben).jpg
amenity crematorium node area A place where dead human bodies are burnt
Bushbury Crematorium - geograph.org.uk - 259876.jpg
amenity dive_centre node area A dive center is the base location where sports divers usually start scuba diving or make dive guided trips at new locations.
Diving Center in Marsalforn.JPG
amenity funeral_hall node area A place for holding a funeral ceremony, other than a place of worship.
Okriftel Trauerhalle 08 001.jpg
amenity grave_yard node area A (smaller) place of burial, often you'll find a church nearby. Large places should be landuse=cemetery instead.
Landuse-cemetery.png
Odenbuell Nordstrand St Vinzenz IMGP2940 wp crop.jpg
amenity hunting_stand node area A hunting stand: an open or enclosed platform used by hunters to place themselves at an elevated height above the terrain
Hunting-stand-16.svg
A rised hide closed quadrat.jpg
amenity internet_cafe node area A place whose principal role is providing internet services to the public.
Internet cafe-14.svg
Cafe internet uninorte.JPG
amenity kitchen node area A public kitchen in a facility to use by everyone or customers
Montague Burton Residences Kitchen.jpg
amenity kneipp_water_cure node area Outdoor foot bath facility. Usually this is a pool with cold water and handrail. Popular in German speaking countries.
Wassertreten 1.jpg
amenity lounger node An object for people to lie down.
Coulée Verte du 14ème @ Paris (28484238796).jpg
amenity marketplace node area A marketplace where goods and services are traded daily or weekly.
Marketplace-14.svg
Marche berlin002.jpg
amenity monastery node area Monastery is the location of a monastery or a building in which monks and nuns live.
Kloster Eibingen01.JPG
amenity mortuary node area A morgue or funeral home, used for the storage of human corpses.
LOWE'S MORTUARY.jpg
amenity photo_booth node A stand to create instant photos.
Photomaton.jpg
amenity place_of_mourning node area A room or building where families and friends can come, before the funeral, and view the body of the person who has died.
Funérarium de Wasquehal.jpg
amenity place_of_worship node area 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. Christian-16.svg Muslim-16.svg Jewish-16.svg Taoist-16.svg Buddhist-16.svg Hinduist-16.svg Shintoist-16.svg Sikhist-16.svg Place-of-worship-16.svg
Place of worship.png
amenity public_bath node area A location where the public may bathe in common, etc. japanese onsen, turkish bath, hot spring
Public bath.svg
Blue Lagoon 2012-08-23 (4).JPG
amenity public_building node area A generic public building. Don't use! See office=government.
amenity refugee_site node area A human settlement sheltering refugees or internally displaced persons
An Aerial View of the Za'atri Refugee Camp.jpg
amenity vending_machine node A machine selling goods – food, tickets, newspapers, etc. Add type of goods using vending=*
Vending machines at Haeundae.jpg
amenity 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.

Shop

The shop tag is used as a place of business that has stocked goods for sale or sells services. See the page titled Shop for an introduction on its usage.

Key Value Comment Rendering on default layer (osm-carto) Photo

Food, beverages

shop alcohol Shop selling alcohol to take away
Alcohol-16.svg
Liquor store in Breckenridge Colorado.jpg
shop bakery Shop focused on selling bread
Bakery-16.svg
Bread in Boudin.jpg
shop beverages Shop focused on selling alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. See also shop=alcohol.
Beverages-14.svg
Coca Cola Kisten.jpg
shop brewing_supplies Shop focused on selling supplies for home brewing of beer, wine and spirits (where permitted).
Shop-other-16.svg
Home-brewing set with 5-gallon containers.jpg
shop butcher Shop focused on selling meat
Butcher.svg
Butcher's shop Hong kong.jpg
shop cheese Shop focused on selling cheese.
Shop-other-16.svg
Cheese shop P1010071.JPG
shop chocolate Shop focused on selling chocolate.
Confectionery-14.svg
Chocolate shop.jpg
shop coffee Shop focused on selling coffee.
Coffee-14.svg
Ahrre's Coffee Roastery in Summit NJ interior view.jpg
shop confectionery Shop focused on selling sweets or candy
Confectionery-14.svg
Sweet Shop, Chester.JPG
shop convenience A small local shop carrying a small subset of the items you would find in a supermarket
Convenience-14.svg
Food and wine shop.jpg
shop dairy Shop focused on selling dairy products.
Dairy.svg
Milk Aisle.jpg
shop deli Shop focused on selling delicatessen (fine foods, gourmet foods), possibly also fine wine. Not to be confused with the US delis.
Deli-14.svg
Rome Italian deli.jpg
shop farm Shop or roadside stand focused on selling freshly harvested farm produce
Greengrocer-14.svg
Chatsworth farm shop - geograph.org.uk - 24050.jpg
shop food Shop focused on selling food, more specific value should be used if possible.

shop=food + food=prepared_meals was also proposed/used for type of shop selling prepared meals, not ready for eating immediately (and requiring for example heating/boiling or other simple preparation).

Shop-other-16.svg
Shop with prepared meals.jpg
shop frozen_food Shop focused on selling frozen food.
Shop-other-16.svg
FrozenFoodSupermarket.jpg
shop greengrocer Shop focused on selling vegetables and fruits.
Greengrocer-14.svg
Greenrocer's Interior.jpg
shop health_food A health food shop; selling wholefoods, vitamins, nutrition supplements and meat and dairy alternatives.
Shop-other-16.svg
Holland & Barrett, King Street, Hammersmith.jpg
shop ice_cream Shop selling ice cream. See also amenity=ice_cream.
Shop-other-16.svg
Ice Cream Parlour - geograph.org.uk - 1773794.jpg
shop nuts Shop selling dried nuts/fruits, edible seeds, etc. Not to be confused with shop=spices.
Shop-other-16.svg
Nuts and spices at Mercat de Boqueria.jpg
shop pasta Shop focused on selling (fresh) pasta, ravioli, etc.
Shop-other-16.svg
Ravioli 2.jpg
shop pastry Shop focused on selling baked sweets like cakes, biscuits, strudel and pies.
Confectionery-14.svg
Pasticceria displaying cannoli siciliani.jpg
shop seafood Shop focused on selling fish/seafood.
Seafood-14.svg
Seafood chijin.jpg
shop spices Shop focused on selling spices.
Shop-other-16.svg
Old city, best spice shop (498280882).jpg
shop tea Shop focused on selling tea.
Tea-14.svg
Tea shop by matsuyuki in Nishiki Ichiba, Kyoto.jpg
shop tortilla Shop focused on selling tortillas.
Shop-other-16.svg
Tortillería Ruiz,México D.F.jpg
shop water Shop focused on selling drinking water.
Shop-other-16.svg
Water bottles in Dia.jpg
shop wine Shop selling wine.
Alcohol-16.svg
Wine Shop.JPG

General store, department store, mall

shop department_store A single large store – often multiple storeys high – selling a large variety of goods (see also shop=mall)
Department store-16.svg
Takeshimaya Times Square in the evening.jpg
shop general A store that carries a general line of merchandise. (see also shop=convenience if it sells food).
Shop-other-16.svg
Feinkost Weber Hernals 1994.jpg
shop kiosk A small shop on the pavement that sells magazines, tobacco, newspapers, sweets and stamps.
Newsagent-14.svg
Kiosk germany.jpg
shop mall A shopping mall – multiple stores under one roof (also known as a shopping centre)
Shop-other-16.svg
Dalian large Shopping Mall 2005.jpg
shop supermarket Supermarket – a large store with groceries and other items
Supermarket-14.svg
Supermarket check out.JPG
shop wholesale Wholesale/warehouse club or cash and carry – a store that sells items in bulk to retailers. The branch of industry can be defined with wholesale=*.
Trade-14.svg
Birmingham Wholesale Markets.jpg

Clothing, shoes, accessories

shop baby_goods Shop focused on selling objects for babies (clothes, prams, cots, toys).
Shop-other-16.svg
Mothercare.jpg
shop bag Shop focused on selling bags.
Bag-14.svg
Shop bag berlin.jpg
shop boutique A small shopping outlet, especially one that specializes in elite and fashionable items
Shop-other-16.svg
Inside Sttilo.jpg
shop clothes Shop focused on selling clothes and/or underwear (other related value in use is fashion)
Clothes-16.svg
Hasseen2.jpg
shop fabric Shop focused on selling fabric and other materials for the purpose of making clothes and other products, eg dress making.
Fabric-14.svg
Shop fabric.JPG
shop fashion Shop focused on selling fashion. This is deprecated, please use shop=clothes.
Clothes-16.svg
Shop fashion berlin.jpg
shop fashion_accessories Shop focused on selling fashion accessories.
Shop-other-16.svg
FashionAccessories.jpg
shop jewelry Jewellers shops.
Jewellery-16.svg
Bijouterie.jpg
shop leather Shop focused on selling products made out of leather.
Shop-other-16.svg
Lewis Leathers shop.jpg
shop sewing A shop that sells sewing supplies (fabric, thread, yarn, knitting needles, sewing machines, etc.)
Shop-other-16.svg
W. Wächtershäuser - II.jpg
shop shoes Shop focused on selling shoes.
Shoes-16.svg
Shoes.JPG
shop shoe_repair Shop focused on repairing shoes.
Shop-other-16.svg
Swanson Shoe Repair.jpg
shop tailor A place where clothing is made, repaired, or altered professionally, especially suits and men's clothing
Shop-other-16.svg
Tailor.jpg
shop watches Shop focused on selling watches.
Shop-other-16.svg
Paris Forum des Halles 2012 09.jpg
shop wool Shop selling wool for making of clothes or other products.
Shop-other-16.svg
So called baby merino in a store.jpg

Discount store, charity

shop charity A charity shop is a shop operated by a charity, for the purposes of fundraising.
Charity-14.svg
Cancer Research, Armagh, November 2009.JPG
shop second_hand A shop buying and selling used clothes and other things. See also shop=pawnbroker
Second hand-14.svg
HK Sheung Wan 2nd hand market Tung Street 上環東街.JPG
shop variety_store A variety store retailer is a retail store that sells inexpensive items, sometimes with a single price point for all items in the store.
Variety store-14.svg
100-Emon.jpg

Health and beauty

shop beauty A non-hairdresser beauty shop, spa, nail salon, etc.. See also shop=hairdresser.
Beauty-14.svg
Hair and Beauty, Strabane, January 2010.JPG
shop chemist Shop focused on selling articles of personal hygiene, cosmetics, and household cleaning products (for a shop that potentially dispenses prescription drugs, cf. pharmacy. U.S. drug store, see amenity=pharmacy)
Chemist-14.svg
Kelly Chemist, Omagh - geograph.org.uk - 103193.jpg
shop cosmetics Shop focused on selling cosmetics
Perfumery-14.svg
Cosmetics at Central Ladprao.JPG
shop erotic Shop focused on selling erotic toys, -clothes or other erotic stuff.
Shop-other-16.svg
Sex shops (Paris)-01.jpg
shop hairdresser Here you can get your hair cut, coloured, … See also shop=beauty
Hairdresser-16.svg
Belfast (187), October 2009.JPG
shop hairdresser_supply A shop, where you can buy hairdressing supplies.
Shop-other-16.svg
Zeeb GmbH Friseurbedarf Mannheim S1.jpg
shop hearing_aids Shop focused on selling hearing aids devices
Shop-other-16.svg
Shop audiologist.jpg
shop herbalist Shop focused on selling herbs, often for medical purposes. (See also: healthcare:speciality=herbalism and healthcare=alternative).
Shop-other-16.svg
Hong Kong Museum of Medical Sciences, The Herbalist Shop.jpg
shop massage A massage shop
Massage-14.svg
Thaimassage.jpg
shop [[ Too many Data Items entities accessed. | medical_supply ]] Shop focused on selling medical supplies.
Medical supply.svg
Jt medical supply.jpg
shop nutrition_supplements Shops that sells one or more nutritional supplements (of vitamins, minerals and/or herbs)
Shop-other-16.svg
GNC-store.jpg
shop optician Shop focused on selling eyeglasses, contact lenses (may also check your eyes).
Optician-16.svg
US Navy 021029-N-3228G-001 Adjusting a customer's eyeglasses.jpg
shop perfumery Shop focused on selling perfumery
Perfumery-14.svg
301 perfumery and drugstore in Cala Millor.jpg
shop tattoo A tattoo parlour.
Shop-other-16.svg
Tattoo-by-grisha-maslov.jpg

Do-it-yourself, household, building materials, gardening

shop agrarian Shop focused on selling agrarian products, like seeds, agricultural machinery, animal feed, etc.
Shop-other-16.svg
Shop Buena in Szamotuły.jpg
shop appliance Shop focused on selling large electrical items (aka white goods) washing machines, fridges, cookers, ovens, fans, etc.
Shop-other-16.svg
Small appliance shop in North London.jpg
shop bathroom_furnishing Shop focused on selling bathroom furniture and accessories
Shop-other-16.svg
Villa Tugendhat - Badezimmer.JPG
shop country_store Shop focused on selling rural supplies – a range of goods specifically aimed at country dwellers
Shop-other-16.svg
Countrywide Store Melton Mowbray.jpg
shop doityourself Shop focused on selling tools and supplies to do-it-yourself householders, gardening, …
Doityourself-16.svg
Inside BandQ - geograph.org.uk - 649798.jpg
shop electrical Shop focused on selling electrical supplies and devices
Shop-other-16.svg
Old electrical shop, Paris March 2015.jpg
shop energy Shop focused on selling energy
Shop-other-16.svg
Carrefour Market de Saint-Rémy-lès-Chevreuse le 1er avril 2013 - 08.jpg
shop fireplace Shop focused on selling electric fireplaces, stoves or masonry heaters and required fuels
Shop-other-16.svg
Kaminofen in Betrieb IMG 6067.jpg
shop florist Shop focused on selling bouquets of flowers (see shop=garden_centre for potted flowers).
Florist-16.svg
Butler's Wharf Flower Shop.jpg
shop garden_centre Shop focused on selling potted flowers, maybe even trees (see also shop=florist for flower bouquets).
Garden centre-14.svg
Almondsbury.garden.centre.arp.jpg
shop garden_furniture Shop focused on selling garden furniture (sheds, outdoor tables, gates, fences, ...). See shop=garden_centre if also plants are sold.
Shop-other-16.svg
shop gas Shop focused on selling technical gas, such as argon, oxygen, acetylene, nitrogen, carbon dioxide, etc. in pressurized containers
Shop-other-16.svg
2008-07-24 Bundle of compressed gas bottles.jpg
shop glaziery Shop focused on selling and installing glazing for windows and doors.
Shop-other-16.svg
Double glazed Units.JPG
shop groundskeeping Shop focused on selling outdoor groundskeeping equipment (lawnmowers, chainsaws, small tractors, ...
Shop-other-16.svg
Groundskeeping Store.jpg
shop hardware Shop focused on selling building supplies including screws, bolts & paints, … See also shop=doityourself
Doityourself-16.svg
Tweedy and Popp 03.jpg
shop houseware Shop focused on selling crockery, cutlery, kitchenware, small household appliances.
Houseware-14.svg
Houseware.jpg
shop locksmith Shop focused on selling keys, see also craft=locksmith and craft=key_cutter
Shop-other-16.svg
Locksmiths.jpg
shop paint Shop focused on selling paints.
Paint-14.svg
Artists paints.jpg
shop pottery Shop focused on selling earthenware, stoneware and porcelain and other ceramic ware.
Shop-other-16.svg
Ceramics shop in Bát Tràng, Hanoi (1 March 2018) 74.jpg
shop security Shop focused on selling security items like burglar alarms, vaults, locking systems, video surveillance cameras, firefighting equipment, alarm systems, warning systems, etc.
Shop-other-16.svg
shop tool_hire Shop hiring out tools
Shop-other-16.svg
HSS Hire Shop, Newport - geograph.org.uk - 4772780.jpg
shop trade A place of business that sells to a particular trade or trades, but normally also retails to normal consumers. See also shop=doityourself
Trade-14.svg
Timber yard of Travis Perkins builders merchants - geograph.org.uk - 1025761.jpg

Furniture and interior

shop antiques Shop focused on selling antiques.
Shop-other-16.svg
Antique shop - stock photo.jpg
shop bed Shop focused on selling beds, mattresses and other bedding products.
Bed-14.svg
Bed Shop, Omagh - geograph.org.uk - 129722.jpg
shop candles Shop focused on selling candles and candle accessories (holders, etc)
Shop-other-16.svg
Candle shop, Liberty of London (8370788712).jpg
shop carpet Shop focused on selling carpets
Carpet-14.svg
A carpet seller in Jaipur.jpg
shop curtain Shop focused on selling curtains or drapes (see also shop=fabric)
Shop-other-16.svg
Commerciante di tessuti.jpg
shop doors Shop focused on selling doors
Shop-other-16.svg
shop flooring Shop focused on selling floorings
Shop-other-16.svg
Fake wood flooring.jpg
shop furniture Shop focused on selling furniture, might range from small decorational items to a whole flat interior
Furniture-16.svg
Small furniture shop.jpg
shop household_linen Shop focused on selling household linen.
Shop-other-16.svg
Shop with table-cloths and bedding textiles at ulica Starowiejska, Gdynia 2.jpg
shop interior_decoration Shop focused on selling interior decorations.
Interior decoration-14.svg
LA Showroom1 dakota jackson.jpg
shop kitchen A shop where you can plan and buy your kitchen. (Sometimes called "kitchen studio" and the like, but plain kitchen is the most frequently used tag so far.)
Shop-other-16.svg
Kitchen shop in "The Boulevard" - geograph.org.uk - 1368775.jpg
shop lighting A shop selling lighting fixtures and lamps.
Shop-other-16.svg
Lamp Shop in Bigastro.jpg
shop tiles Shop focused on selling tiles.
Shop-other-16.svg
2.2 Jura Gelb geschliffen.JPG
shop window_blind Shop focused on selling window blinds.
Shop-other-16.svg
Some window blinds.JPG

Electronics

shop computer Shop focused on selling computers, peripherals, software, …
Computer-14.svg
Computer shop, Crossens.JPG
shop electronics Shop focused on selling consumer electronics (TV, radio, …). Larger ones may also sell computers, fridges, …
Electronics-16.svg
Currys Digital.jpg
shop hifi Shop focused on selling High Fidelity or High End environment to listen music or watch films at home
Hifi-14.svg
JB Hi-Fi Wagga Wagga.jpg
shop mobile_phone Shop focused on selling mobile phones and accessories
Mobile-phone-16.svg
3G Mobile Phones fot China Mobile.jpg
shop printer_ink A shop that sells or refills printer ink cartridges.
Shop-other-16.svg
Epson ink cartridges.JPG
shop radiotechnics Shop focused on selling electronic components, electrical products, radio measuring devices, supplies for radio and electronics.
Shop-other-16.svg
Tokyo Akihabara electronic parts shop.jpg
shop telecommunication Shop selling internet, television or similar services, and related hardware.
Shop-other-16.svg
T-Mobile US Retail Store in Waterbury, CT.jpg
shop vacuum_cleaner Shop focused on selling vacuum cleaners and associated products.
Shop-other-16.svg
Panasonic MCE8013 vacuum cleaner close.jpg

Outdoors and sport, vehicles

shop atv Shop focused on selling  atvs (quads), atv equipment and may rent or repair them
Shop-other-16.svg
Honda FourTrax Rancher.jpg
shop bicycle Shop focused on selling bicycles, bicycle equipment and may rent or repair them
Bicycle-16.svg
Fahrradverkaufsraum.jpg
shop boat Shop focused on selling boats, boat equipment and may rent or repair them
Shop-other-16.svg
2018-10-14 Yacht Grot shopfront.jpg
shop car Car store – a place to buy cars or to get your car repaired
Purple-car.svg
Preowned.JPG
shop car_parts Shop focused on selling auto parts, auto accessories, motor oil, car chemicals, etc.
Car parts-14.svg
Auto Parts Store.jpg
shop car_repair Shop focused on car repair.
Car repair-14.svg
Colourful Shops Places In Onehunga II.jpg
shop caravan A shop for caravans, motorhomes & similar recreational vehicles.
Shop-other-16.svg
AskjemsCampingCenter.jpg
shop fishing Shop focused on selling fishing equipment.
Shop-other-16.svg
M.A. Wickham, East Grinstead (15538910361).jpg
shop fuel Shop selling fuels (motor fuel, wood, coal, gas) that can't be considered a amenity=fuel (fuel station). Use fuel:*=yes/no to indicate which fuels are available.
Shop-other-16.svg
Barreled fuel shop.jpg
shop golf Shop focused on selling golf equipment.
Shop-other-16.svg
Pro shop - East Potomac Golf Course - East Potomac Park - 2013-08-25.jpg
shop hunting Shop focused on selling gun and hunting equipment.
Shop-other-16.svg
Artegon Marketplace 07.jpg
shop military_surplus Shop selling used military equipment
Shop-other-16.svg
Military surplus2.jpg
shop motorcycle Shop focused on selling motorcycles and/or related accessories, clothes, parts, and rental services.
Shop motorcycle.svg
KAWASAKI KLR 650.JPG
shop motorcycle_repair Shop focused on motorcycle repair.
Shop-other-16.svg
Motorcycle repair shop in Thailand.jpg
shop outdoor Shop focused on selling camping, walking, climbing, and other outdoor sports equipment (GPSes, etc.)
Outdoor-14.svg
Winfield's Camping Shop - geograph.org.uk - 267174.jpg
shop scuba_diving Shop focused on selling scuba diving equipment.
Shop-other-16.svg
Paradise Dive Shop.jpg
shop ski Shop focused on selling skis, ski equipment and may rent or repair them
Shop-other-16.svg
Skier-carving-a-turn.jpg
shop snowmobile Shop focused on selling snowmobiles, snowmobile equipment and may rent or repair them
Shop-other-16.svg
Snowmobiling in New Brunswick, Canada 2010.jpg
shop sports Shop focused on selling sporting goods.
Sports-14.svg
HK TST East Mody Road Wing On Plaza Shop Kettler Sport Fitness.JPG
shop surf Shop selling surfboards, sailboards, wakeboards, and other types of surf style boards. and/or related accessories, clothes, parts, repair and rental services.
Shop-other-16.svg
The Surfboards (8422914814)
shop swimming_pool A store that sells swimming pool equipment and supplies.
Shop-other-16.svg
Circuit tuyauterie robot hydraulique.jpg
shop trailer Shop focused on selling trailers and parts and/or repairing / renting them
Shop-other-16.svg
Kugelkopfkupplung-Anhänger.JPG
shop truck Shop focused on selling trucks and other commercial vehicles
Shop-other-16.svg
Kenworth Dealer Hall of Fame, 2015 (08).JPG
shop tyres Shop focused on selling tyres.
Tyres.svg
Istanbul Continental tyre shop.jpg

Art, music, hobbies

shop art Shop which sells works of art. May be paintings, sculpture, or other types of art
Art-14.svg
Ruiz gallery.jpg
shop camera A shop mainly selling cameras and lenses
Shop-other-16.svg
Nikkor Lens Showcase @ Berjaya Times Square's Nikon Centre.jpg
shop collector A shop for different collector's items like stamps, coins, action figures, etc.
Shop-other-16.svg
Shop collector.jpg
shop craft An arts and crafts supply store. Commonly sold items are paper, canvas, paint, pencils, crafting wood, crafting tools, etc. – look at craft=*
Shop-other-16.svg
Studio Arts Crafts and Graphics interior - panoramio (1).jpg
shop frame Shop focused on selling frames.
Shop-other-16.svg
Shop frames berlin.jpg
shop games Shop focused on selling board games, card games and/or role-playing games.
Shop-other-16.svg
Essen 2008 0251.jpg
shop model Shop specialising in the sale of scale models.
Shop-other-16.svg
South-Goodwin.jpg
shop music Shop focused on selling recorded music (vinyl/CDs/...)
Shop music.svg
Music shop.JPG
shop musical_instrument Shop focused on selling musical instruments, lyrics, scores. If focused on a specific instrument, specify with musical_instrument=*
Musical instrument-14.svg
Portadown (66), September 2009.JPG
shop photo Shop focused on selling products or services related with photography.
Photo-14.svg
Fujifilm photo shop.jpg
shop trophy Store selling trophies, awards, plaques etc.
Shop-other-16.svg
Geograph-2329589-by-Robin-Stott.jpg
shop video Shop focused on selling or renting out videos/DVDs.
Video-14.svg
Video shop.jpg
shop video_games Shop focused on selling video games.
Video games-14.svg
GameStop on Powell Street in San Francisco, California.

Stationery, gifts, books, newspapers

shop anime Shop focused on selling anime stuff.
Shop-other-16.svg
2013TIBE Day4 Hall2 Greenwood 20130202.JPG
shop books Shop focused on selling books (for a library that lends books, see amenity=library)
Books-16.svg
Strand basement jeh.jpg
shop gift Shop focused on selling gifts, greeting cards, or tourist gifts (souvenirs)
Gift-16.svg
Gift shop interior.jpg
shop lottery A shop of which the main or only purpose is the sale of lottery tickets.
Shop-other-16.svg
12 Kościuszki Street in Sanok (2015), Lotto.jpg
shop newsagent Shop focused on selling newspapers, cigarettes, other goods
Newsagent-14.svg
HK Sheung Wan Po Yan Street 7-11 Shop Newspaper Stand.JPG
shop stationery Shop focused on selling office supplies
Stationery-14.svg
Vănphòngphẩm-InsideStationeryShop03012009606.jpg
shop ticket Shop focused on selling tickets for concerts, events, public transport, …
Ticket-14.svg
Box office of Shosha station.jpg

Others

shop bookmaker A shop that takes bets on sporting and other events at agreed upon odds.
Bookmaker-14.svg
Ladbrokes - 263 Park Lane (2299743817).jpg
shop cannabis a shop primarily and legally selling non-medical cannabis products
Shop-other-16.svg
Venta de cannabis, Ketchikan, Alaska, Estados Unidos, 2017-08-16, DD 58.jpg
shop copyshop Shop focused on selling photocopying and printing services.
Copyshop-14.svg
HK 上環 Sheung Wan 蘇杭街 Jervois Street 24 photo copy print co shop.JPG
shop dry_cleaning Shop or kiosk offering a clothes dry cleaning service. The actual cleaning may be done elsewhere.
Laundry-14.svg
Dry clean rack.jpg
shop e-cigarette Shop focused on selling electronic cigarettes.
Shop-other-16.svg
510N e-cigarette and e-liquids.jpg
shop funeral_directors Providing services related to funeral arrangements, may also be known as a "funeral parlour" or "undertakers".
Shop-other-16.svg
JapaneseFuneralArrangementTokyo.jpg
shop laundry A shop to get your normal clothes washed. Might be self service coin operated, with service staff for drop off, …
Laundry-14.svg
Polarstern laundry hg.jpg
shop money_lender A money lender offers small personal loans at high rates of interest.
Shop-other-16.svg
Money lender Palmers Green.jpg
shop outpost Shop primarily used to pick-up items ordered online.
Shop-other-16.svg
Coles Supermarket Click & Collect service, Corinda, Queensland, 2021.jpg
shop party A shop for party and festival supplies, like costumes, etc.
Shop-other-16.svg
Shop party.jpg
shop pawnbroker A pawnbroker (or pawnshop) is an individual or business that offers secured loans to people. See also shop=second_hand
Shop-other-16.svg
Pawnbroker Oulu 20090906.JPG
shop pest_control Shop selling pest control goods to exterminate rats, insects etc.
Shop-other-16.svg
Atomic Pest Control 2371 Elvis-Presley-Blvd Memphis TN.jpg
shop pet A shop for pets, animals and toys or food for them.
Pet-16.svg
Baby parrots in a pet shop-8a.jpg
shop pet_grooming A shop offering grooming services for pets (most frequently dogs)
Shop-other-16.svg
Psi fryzjer.jpg
shop pyrotechnics Store of pyrotechnics: fireworks, firecrackers, sparklers etc.
Shop-other-16.svg
TNT Fireworks Supercenter, Jennings (East face).JPG
shop religion Shop focused on selling religious articles, church shop. See also religion=*
Shop-other-16.svg
Shop religion.jpg
shop rental Shop that rents different kinds of vehicles or (sport) equipment
Shop-other-16.svg
Vehicles rental.png
shop storage_rental self storage
Shop-other-16.svg
Self storage units.jpg
shop tobacco Shop focused on selling tobacco, cigarettes and their related accessories.
Tobacco-14.svg
Fachgeschäft für Tabakwaren.JPG
shop toys Shop focused on selling toys.
Toys-14.svg
HK Toys R Us.JPG
shop travel_agency Shop focused on selling tickets for travelling. Also known as a tour operator.
Travel agency-14.svg
Shop travel agency berlin.jpg
shop vacant An unused vacant shop. Can be used for an empty or abandoned retail space that seems to be available for lease or purchase where a retail store (or similar businesses) may be opened. No store is being operated in a vacant shop, and neither goods nor services are being offered. This tag can be used after a store was closed or for a newly built shop before any busisness was operated in the shop.
2012-05-02 Carrera de San Jeronimo anagoria.JPG
shop weapons Shop focused on selling weapons like knives, guns etc.
Shop-other-16.svg
Welcome to America - Supermarket with guns.jpg
shop yes A shop of unspecified type – it is always better to use another value that gives info about shop type, if possible. Used also as indicator that feature such as fuel station has a shop.
shop user defined Category:Tag descriptions for key "shop" listing also values not presented here, only widely used shop tags are added to this page. All commonly used values according to Taginfo
Shop-other-16.svg

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Tourism

This is used to map places and things of specific interest to tourists. For example these may be places to see, places to stay and things and places providing support. See the page titled Tourism for an introduction on its usage.

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Historic

This is used to describe various historic places. For example: archaeological sites, wrecks, ruins, castles and ancient buildings. See the page titled Historic for an introduction on its usage.

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Landuse

This is used to describe the purpose for which an area of land is being used. See the page Landuse for an introduction on its usage.

Key Value Element Description Rendering Photo

Common landuse key values - developed land

landuse commercial node area Predominantly commercial businesses and their offices. Commercial businesses which sell goods should be categorised as landuse=retail. Commercial businesses can sell services on site and may include private Doctor's Surgeries, and those non-government services for mental and physical health, such as a Counselor's or Physiotherapist's practice or Veterinary. Commercial businesses can also include office buildings and business parks which have limited interface with the public and sell their services either on site, or externally. Commercial businesses have low amounts of public foot traffic.

Government services and businesses predominantly mapped as commercial too and used as such by data consumers! See more information on operator:type to set it as government to distinguish from private or others.
civic_admin is an abandoned proposal, civic has no documentation, institutional is to ambiguous and all three only find minimal support in the mapping community.

Landuse-commercial.png
Cambourne Business Park - geograph.org.uk - 15908.jpg
landuse construction node area A site which is under active development and construction of a building or structure, including any purposeful alteration to the land or vegetation upon it. Abandoned construction projects and sites should not use this tag.
Rendering-landuse-construction-mapnik.png
Cantiere the Green One dell'area De Gasperi Ovest a San Donato Milanese (Giugno 2022).jpg
landuse education node area An area predominately used for educational purposes/facilities.
Stąporków, Szkoła Podstawowa nr 2.jpg
landuse fairground node area A site where a fair takes place
Honre's Pleasure Fair funfair in Inverness from above.jpg
landuse industrial node area Predominantly industrial landuses such as workshops, factories, or warehouses.
Landuse-industrial.png
Rehuraisio feed plant in Oulu 2008 001.jpg
landuse residential node area Land where people reside; predominantly residential detached (single houses, grouped dwellings), or attached (apartments, flats, units) dwellings. For "Mixed-Use" areas where more than half of the land is residential, tag as residential.
Rendering-area-landuse-residential.png
Lawrenceville.jpg
landuse retail node area Predominantly retail businesses such as shops. Retail businesses sell physical goods such as food (prepared or grocery), clothing, medicine, stationary, appliances, tools, or other similar physical items. Retail businesses have high amounts of public foot traffic. Retail businesses do not exclusively provide or sell their services. For businesses which sell services see landuse=commercial.

Generally a member of the public could freely walk into and access a retail business. Retail is a subset of commercial, but should be used and treated as mutually exclusive in OpenStreetMap.

Landuse-retail.png
Trocadero - London 1.jpg
landuse institutional node area Land used for institutional purposes, see  Institution (disambiguation). Institutional land may include buildings like an office=government, office=ngo, office=association, amenity=social_facility and their associated infrastructure (car parks, service roads, yards and so-on), see also landuse=civic_admin.

information sign

The meaning of this tag is ambiguous and unclear. Consider using another tag that better describes the object. For instance landuse=commercial. See talk page for discussion.
MSF bureau Genève Novembre 2015.jpg
Key Value Element Description Rendering Photo

Common landuse key values - rural and agricultural land

landuse aquaculture node area  Aquaculture is the farming of freshwater and saltwater organisms such as finfish, molluscs, crustaceans and aquatic plants.

Warning: currently, there is no convention on the exact meaning of this tag. Therefore, it makes sense to treat it like "boundary of aquaculture" (without implication of water body), which means, water body should be tagged by its own, using natural=water etc.

Delta Pride Catfish farm harvest.jpg
landuse allotments node area A piece of land given over to local residents for growing vegetables and flowers.
Landuse-allotments.png
Schrebergaerten.jpg
landuse farmland area An area of farmland used for tillage (cereals, vegetables, oil plants, flowers).
Rendering-landuse-farm-mapnik.png
Rye field.jpg
landuse farmyard area An area of land with farm buildings like farmhouse, dwellings, farmsteads, sheds, stables, barns, equipment sheds, feed bunkers, etc. plus the open space in between them and the shrubbery/trees around them.
Rendering-area-landuse farmyard-mapnik.png
Farmyard.jpg
landuse paddy area An area of land where the surface and shape of the land is made suitable for growing rice.
Rice Field.jpg
landuse animal_keeping area An area of land that is used to keep animals, particularly horses and livestock.
Open stable Velm Neuhaus.jpg
landuse flowerbed area An area designated for flowers
Landuse-flowerbed.png
Brussels floral carpet B.jpg
landuse forest node area Managed forest or woodland plantation (Other languages). Some use this to map an area of trees rather than the use of the land. See Forest.
Landuse-forest.png
Fort Nelson Forestry.JPG
landuse greenhouse_horticulture area Area used for growing plants in greenhouses
Rendering-landuse-farm-mapnik.png
Greenhouses westland.jpg
landuse meadow node area A meadow or pasture: land primarily vegetated by grass and non-woody plants, mainly used for hay or grazing
Landuse Meadow.png
Mottey.jpg
landuse orchard node area intentional planting of trees or shrubs maintained for food production
Orchard.png
PikiWiki Israel 29753 Almonds grove.jpg
landuse plant_nursery area intentional planting of plants maintaining for the production of new plants
Landuse plant nursery.png
Cutchogue - Oregon Road - Plant Nursery.jpg
landuse vineyard node area A piece of land where grapes are grown.
Landuse-vineyard.png
Grape vines.jpg
Key Value Element Description Rendering Photo

Common landuse key values - waterbody

landuse basin node area An area artificially graded to hold water.

Together with basin=* for stormwater/rainwater infiltration/detention/retention basins.

Other languages.

Base layer water.png
Boneyard Detention Basin 2006.jpg
landuse reservoir node area A reservoir on Wikipedia. Deprecated variant of natural=water + water=reservoir. See Proposed features/Reservoir for details.
Landuse-reservoir.png
Amagase Dam.jpg
landuse salt_pond area A place where salt (saline) water is evaporated to extract its salt.
Rendering-landuse-salt-pond.png
Salt ponds SF Bay (dro!d).jpg
Key Value Element Description Rendering Photo

Other landuse key values

landuse brownfield node area Describes land scheduled for new development where old buildings have been demolished and cleared
Rendering-landuse-construction-mapnik.png
Former Brickworks ... - geograph.org.uk - 56268.jpg
landuse cemetery node area Place for burials. You can add religion=* (values listed in the place of worship page). Smaller places (e.g. with a church nearby) may use amenity=grave_yard instead.
Landuse-cemetery.png
Jewish cemetery Worms.jpg
landuse conservation area Protected areas (deprecated) Alternate tagging of same thing: boundary=protected_area, protected_area=*
landuse depot area An area used as a depot for e.g. vehicles (trains, buses or trams). Consider using rather standard landuse tags like landuse=railway, landuse=commercial, landuse=industrial, with subtag like industrial=depot.
RET remise Beverwaard (2).JPG
landuse garages area One level buildings with boxes commonly for cars, usually made of brick and metal. Usually this area belong to garage cooperative with own name, chairman, budget, rules, security, etc.
Rendering-area-landuse garages-mapnik.png
Etagen-Garage.jpg
landuse grass node area An area of mown and managed grass not otherwise covered by a more specific tag. Some view this as not a landuse, see the main page landuse=grass for discussion.
Natural-Grassland.png
084 Green grass lawn background, green mowed grass free photo.jpg
landuse greenfield node area Describes land scheduled for new development where there have been no buildings before. A greenfield is scheduled to turn into a construction site
Rendering-area-landuse greenfield-mapnik.png
Greenfields - geograph.org.uk - 1202824.jpg


landuse landfill node area Place where waste is dumped.
Rendering-landuse-landfill-mapnik.png
Landfill.jpg
landuse military node area For land areas owned/used by the military for whatever purpose
Rendering-landuse-military-mapnik.png
REUNION 2007 04.jpg
landuse port area coastal industrial area where commercial traffic is handled. Consider using landuse=industrial + industrial=port for this type of industrial area.
Churchill Seaport 1996-08-12.jpg
landuse quarry node area Surface mineral extraction
Rendering-landuse-quarry-mapnik.png
Steinbruch.jpg
landuse railway area Area for railway use, generally off-limits to the general public
Landuse-industrial.png
OahuRailway&LandCo-switchtrack-signal.JPG
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-recreation ground.png
Outdoor gym in Parque de Bateria, Torremolinos.JPG
landuse religious node area An area used for religious purposes
Landuse-religious ground.png
Cerkiew w Komańczy by Verid1st 09.JPG
landuse village_green node area A village green is a distinctive area of grassy public land in a village centre. Not a generic tag for urban greenery. It is a typical English term – defined separately from 'common land' under the Commons Registration Act 1965 and the Commons Act 2006.
Landuse-village green.png
GrettonVillageGreen.jpg
landuse winter_sports node area An area dedicated to winter sports (e.g. skiing)
First run (3373949916).jpg
landuse user defined node area All commonly used values according to Taginfo

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Military

This is used for facilities and on land used by the military. These may include the Navy, Army, Air Force and Marines. See the page titled Military for an introduction on its usage.

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
military airfield node area A place where military planes take off and land.
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military ammunition node area Military ammunition storage area.