Tag:barrier=select_acces

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Barrier=select acces.jpg
Description
A barrier dedicated to the selection of acces. Edit
Group: Barriers
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesmay be used on waysshould not be used on areasshould not be used on relations
Useful combination
See also
Wikidata
Status: abandoned

A barrier dedicated to access selection.

Generally placed at the entrances of parks and gardens, allows only certain used and vehicles to circulate there.

This type of barrier is a very important discomfort for authorized users, in particular people with reduced mobility and cyclists. It is therefore mainly borrowed by users to destinations protected by these barriers, others will find other ways less restrictive.

How to map

Simply add the tag barrier=select_acces to the node where the barrier is.

This can be placed on a linear barrier, in the intersection node of a linear barrier and a highway way, or at a highway way node.

Avoid tagging highway intersections as that does not make clear which way has the impediment.

See also

barrier=kissing_gate might be what you have in mind, though its origins are in filtering cattle rather than motorized vehicles.