|amenity = parking_entrance|
|A entrance to an underground or multi storey parking facility|
|Used on these elements|
|Tools for this tag|
Use amenity=parking_entrance to map a single parking entrance (and/or exit). Group one or more of such entrances into a site relation representing a single underground or multi storey parking facility, as described on Proposed_features/parking.
- A parking entrance always has to be mapped as a node.
- The differentiation between different kind of entrances for different kind of transportation modes (car, foot, …) is defined by setting the correct access tags (access=*).
- If appropriate, the tag can be combined with entrance=*. The tag building=entrance is deprecated.
- Parking entrances should always be connected to a highway, often highway=service, and never be mapped isolated.
- The distinction between entrances which function as exits, entrances or both is defined by the oneway=* tag of the highway=* connected to the parking_entrance node.
- amenity=parking_entrance is normally used for underground or multi storey parking entrances, not for surface parking. Add parking=underground or parking=multi-storey.
|required||amenity||parking_entrance||Mandatory tag for defining a parking entrance.|
|If it is an underground car park. Rendering in openstreetmap-carto: |
If it is a multi-storey. Rendering in openstreetmap-carto:
|optional||ref||String||Internal reference number or alphanumberic code used by the operator of the parking entrance, e.g "2C")|
|optional||name||String||Commonly used name of the entrance. Examples: Main entrance Big Underground Parking, Side Exit 3rd Avenue|
|optional||general tags||*||See chapter General tags in the proposal for tags that can be applied to spaces, entrances and relations.|
- More than one entrance might be grouped into a single parking facility by using a site relation. (see site proposal for details).
- The relation would use the tags type=site + site=parking.
- If a amenity=parking_entrance node is added as a member of a site relation, the role entrance can be used, optionally.
- However, note that this type of relation is not yet supported by many database users.
For a much more detailed explanation of the new scheme using amenity=parking_space, amenity=parking_entrance and site relations, please read the proposal. You will also find information on how to tag access restrictions for certain kind of user roles (parent parking, disabled parking).